Question about Kenwood KAC-9104D Car Audio Amplifier
I have a kenwood kac-9104D monoblock amplifier. it has 2 positive and two negative output terminals. i have seen this any many mono amplifiers and have always wondered if using 2 of them or all 4 for the same speakers is different. does using just 2 bridge the subs. example: i have to dual 4 ohm voice coil kicker CVRs. if i run wires from each sub to each set of output terminals, is that the same as putting the wires from both subs into 2 of the terminals. i know on a 2 or 4 channel this would bridge the amp, but on a mono what does it do?
Ok i have the same amp and 1 2ohm dvc sub and was woundering the same thing but from futher research and askin sum xsperts. What i found out is that it is only one channel and even tho there are 2 (+) and 2(-) they actually connect inside the amp makein it one . so if u wanted to wire sumthing parralel u wouldnt have to hook wires from one coil to the other on the speaker , u can just hook it up to the amp. so basically both +'s and negatives on the amp are actually one within it so all the power if you only use one set of them and if u wanna add more subs its just easier to add to the amp by using the xtras .
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Mono is mono...it just looks neater and is a lil easier to hook up
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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