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Weak rear left amp output?

Hello..I installed a new head unit,alpine cda 9886 with two rear alpine 5.25 in a jeep wranglers roll bar.I bridged the speakers with an alpine mrp-250.the right speaker sounds great,but the left barely has anything emmitting from it.I double checked all the connections and even flipped the speaker connections with the same result...any suggestions..crutchfield thinks i have a bad amp...

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Hey whats up bud i got an ALPINE V-POWER MRP-M350 these amps are great go to a walmart od any music shop buy a set of R.C.A cables that plug into your amp than that Ys off to a single connection its a male cable that run a set from the back of your cd player heres the trick ONLY PLUG YOUR BLACK COLORED RCA INTO HEAD UNIT MAKE SURE YOU RAP THE RED ONE WITH TAPE OR GET A RUBBER CAP TO PUT OVER IT SO YOU DONT GET ANY STATIC FREQUENCIES COMING OUT OF THE RED ONE THAN RUN THAT SET TO YOUR AMPLIFIER AND AGAIN ONLY TIE INTO THE LEFT CHANNEL OF YOUR AMPLIFIER.... Hope you know wnat i mean by that Y adapter ther is 2 prongs that tie into amplifier than it splits into 1 were your rca cables will plug into just that one thats how you bridge these confusing amps.... TRUST ME BOTH SUBS WILL SLAM HARD I RUN 2 JL AUDIO OFF OF MINE NO PROBLEM.... WRITE BACK TO ME IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS OR WHEN YOU GET IT HOOKED UP MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS gordo8785@yahoo.com hope to hear from you soon...

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