Originally Posted by suba3333
Thanks for the links, Apocalysee.
I see there is serial and parallel wiring....in my case the amp has 2 terminals (one for the left and one for the right speaker).....so not sure how this applies here?
Wrt the bi-wire on the speakers I found four bridges which convert their terminals to standard wiring.
The serial and parallel connection occur inside the speaker itself (normally within the crossover) Most speaker uses parallel wiring AFAIK, unless you DIY it
I never looked at bi-amped speaker before, but I believe if you use it separately, you can mixed any sort of impedance without any problem (because woofer and tweeter uses different amp/channel to drive them, unless you connect them together because you don't have bi-amped amp).
Even though your amplifier isn't capable of bi-amped, you can use it. But the combined impedance is too low (2.67ohm) so you can' use it because it's too low for your amp. Read speaker/amplifier FAQ here