Question about Kenwood KAC-7204 Car Audio Amplifier
Posted by Anonymous on
I think you mean bridged.Which it is when you have for example a 2 Channel amp but instead of hooking Ch1's + & - or Ch2's + & - to the terminals on your speaker you would instead hook a + from Ch1 then the - from Ch2 to your speaker. The purpose is to increase the rms wattage being delivered to the speaker. Be sure to check what ohm stable your amp is while bridged though cause if the load is to low the amp will not last long.
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