FAQ | What is the difference between Full Range and Bi-Amp/Tri-Amp?
Gain an understanding of the differences between Full Range and Bi-Amp/Tri-Amp sound systems.
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Full range means you are sending a full range signal to an enclosure with a single amplifier.
Bi-Amp and Tri-Amp utilizes two or three amps to split the source audio between two or three components in a speaker. This is segmented between the Hi Freq driver and Mid/Low driver(s) in a cabinet, which helps with clarity and definition of the system and allows you to adjust volumes of these drivers independently.