Not sure if this goes here or in the amp forum, but here goes. What is the theoretical advantage of bi-wiring a speaker? Practically speaking, how much inprovement in sound quality can be achieved in bi-wired mode? Specifically, will retaining bi-amped speaker wiring and using the low level pre-amp outputs to get a signal to my Definitive Tech SuperCube III subwoofer be superior to running one set of speaker leads to the monitors and the other set of speaker leads to the subwoofer as many suggest?
I understand bi-amping and have used such for some time with some JPW monitors and an Exposure 2010s integrated and Parasound HCA-600 but just recently purchased said subwoofer and have reverted to running the JPWs bi-wired off of the Exposure amp with a low level signal going to the sub. The addition of the sub (which I think is pretty well dialed in now) has made a huge imporvement in the overall balance of the system, I'm just curious what folks think of going to all high level signals to the speakers and the sub over what I'm doing now.
Thanks in advance,