I did a search on the forum to see if this topic has come up before, but I can't find anything related. I want to try bi-amping my Mark IIIs and ST-70 in a horizontal configuration. I'm not sure if I will hear any improvement by doing this but I am curious - not to mention that proponents of Bi-amping swear by it and claim that it does make a lot of difference.... Comments/opinions seem to go from "improved clarity" to "ensuring World Peace" (in other words, the usual outrageous claims one see in the audiophile world).
So, in short, the configuration I am planning to use is as follows:
* Preamplifier has dual outputs
* First preamp output set driving my Mark IIIs (which are connected directly to my Mission MX3 woofer terminals)
* Second output set driving my ST-70 ( corresponding channels connected to the HF terminals on my MX3s).
Do you gentlemen see any problem doing this at all? Is there a better way of doing it? The so-called "Vertical" configuration does not make sense to me considering the monoblock / stereo nature of combining monoblock Mark IIIs and a single ST-70.
Thank you for your opinions!
-- Jan in BC