hi friend !
nice to see that u read the manual!!
...atleast ...n u r interested too in bi-wiring !
i had owned a Norge 4242 and i had experimented too!
i had bi-wired my speakers with all the available options,
i request you to trust me if you like a friendly advise..
i will explain you how to bi-wire in plain simple steps:
1. observe how you have connected your speakers now with single wire for each speaker. each wire contains a RED/copper n a Black/aluminium wire. Use the RED indications to exactly connect these wires to RED n BLACK posts of speakers, no matter how many wires you connect.
2. Bi-wiring means two wires will run between left speaker n left port on amplifier, and two wires will run between right speaker n right port of the amplifier.
3. take another wire of same length and connect it to the upper terminals of speaker, now you have two wires with two RED heads and two BLACK heads. Join them and insert into left terminals,, RED terminals into RED post, n BLACK terminals into BLACK posts of left side. Do the same with Right side.
4. Make sure that you have removed the plates between the 4 ports of each speaker, or else it may short circuit your amplifier.
Now the problem with NORGE terminals is that their posts are very small, so you will probably not able to insert two wires into the given hole. It is the only place where you can find yourself in trouble.
But , my friend, DO IT ! Bi-Wiring DEFINITELY make your music CLEAR !
before bi-wiring, i found the vocals with a shrill when i go about the 50% volume mark, or 12 O'Clock position in volume dial.
after Bi-wiring, there IS a REMARKABLE separation of frequencies and the vocals became crystal clear n very fluid !:clapping:
i have heard IT, and i believe in Bi-Wiring, NORGE can definitely DRIVE a Bi-Wiring speaker, Mr.einstein is trying to confuse his Bi-amping fundas with bi-wiring too!! what the hell ?? hey Mr. do u even know what IS bi-amping?? do your homework! Wat the hell is a two amps for a single channel for speaker A/B?? :lol:
that is true, exactly,, BUT not inside an amplifier dude ! there are separate amps for each channel, like two NORGE 1000,, one for left, & one for right, RIGHT?
but don't even think of that setup, where do you suppose the soundstage will be?? hi hi hi two NORGE in Bi-Amping ! ha ha haaa
NORGE have fantastic soundstage, they are very clear with mids, but not enough musical(IMO) as compared with cambridge audio, thats 6K vs 24K.
whole :clapping::clapping::clapping: for NORGE though !
Shyam Ji ! i love you ! (not like gay)
Also friend ! i have tried connecting with speaker A, & speaker B outlets for both different posts given on speaker, but i felt something/ or some frequencies are lacking / or some imbalanced sound output from speakers, but with NORGE 1000, i guess there is no such option as speaker A/B, or else you will be having 8 ports on back of amplifier.
to be more technical, i was also confused with funda of just moving a separation of wires to the amplifier post making a difference?? but.. IT DOES !
it actually load the speaker network that has been internally separated to the Amplifier posts directly, drawing the current from there. This reduced the crosstalk between the mid n low network separation circuits to minimum.
Also friend, the lower posts on speaker are for Woofer(low frequencies, BASS) and the upper posts in speaker is for tweeter n vocal driver(high n mid frequencies, TREBLE) , though this info. is not relevant here, but it is used for complex Bi-Amping.
so do it noww, just buying an extra pair of cable wont harm ur wallet much, n if u can find improvement then ...YIPPIEE !:yahoo:
do post your experience, first listen to same song before biwiring and then after biwiring. Please tell me your findings n experiences!