Not to be confused with bi-amping, bi-wiring uses two sets of speaker cables to connect a single pair of loudspeakers to an NAD amplifier. This technique is specific to the crossover of the loudspeakers and offers some of the advantages of bi-amping with two separate NAD amplifiers, but without purchasing a second amplifier. To bi-wire your loudspeakers they must be equipped with a crossover specific for bi-wiring and two sets of binding posts; one for the mid-range/tweeter driver (high frequencies) and one for the woofer (low frequencies). This allows for the high frequencies to travel in a separate cable and drive the tweeter circuit without interfering with the lower frequencies travelling to the woofer circuit.
If you need help bi-wiring loudspeakers with an NAD amplifier, please contact the NAD Support Team.