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A stereo, or amplifier, that is "bi-amped" uses separate power amplifiers for the woofers and the mid-range/tweeters in a speaker system. In a bi-amped system, the audio signal from the radio or tape is passed to an electronic crossover which divides the signal into bass and mid-range/treble signals. Each of these signals is then sent to its own independent amplifier and speakers. Bi-amplification offers the advantage of more sound with fewer watts, less phase error due to elimination of passive crossover. Two 5-watt amps can play louder with less distortion than a single 10-watt amp, used conventionally, and since each such amp has only part of the music to handle, it can do its job with less distortion. Bi-amplification also gives you a more precise bass and tone control.


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