Can I bi-amp my speakers with two different amps?


I’m hoping this is an amp question.  Can I bi-amp my Revel F52s with two Mark Levinson power amps? A #331 for the top and a  #335 for the bottom.  How would I make the connections to my preamp?  Any other recommendations?
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The requirement to do this simply is if they have equal gain OR a gain adjustment.
jokomo Can I bi-amp my speakers with two different amps?

Put the amp with the better controlled bass on the bass
https://www.av2day.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/biamp1.jpg

Use this on input of the amp that's louder, so you can equalize the gains (volume)
https://www.schiit.com/products/sys

Use a pair of these from your preamp
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Valab-Gold-Plated-RCA-Y-Splitter-Adapter-1-Male-to-2-Female-RCA-Adapter-1pcs/283760200309?hash=item42116d0a75:g:RXwAAOSwGBhaYNGt

Cheers George



 
I had some Kef R from the early 90's that I would use a 200w stereo amp for the bass and a 100w amp for the top with excellent measured results. When I tried the exact same amps with the f52 the bass became thick and indistinct! really surprising as I really liked the results with a single amp. No, with the f 52 pick a single good amp or bi amp with the same model is my experience.
Thanks very much to all for input. I checked and found the gain for 331 and 335 are both 26.8db.  May try it just for giggles.