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Obviously you are going to use the Front pre-out's on the Sony to drive the Adcoms. its pretty straightforward, just do not use a speaker that is less than 8 ohms. and make sure that you always have the power switch off on the adcoms, let them sit off for 5 minutes, THEN hit the bridge switch on the back of the adcom's and follow their instructions for bridging. it's pretty easy and tough to go wrong. Good luck...Rob
impedance mismatch cud be the culprit. make sure ur speakers are the right ohms for ur amp. most amps are designed to operate on a 4 ohms speaker load on bridge mode. some amps are never designed for bridge mode. so if u bridge these amps u will get less output. u have to be very careful when u make the connections. plus when u bridge two amps for 4 ohms load, the total impedance becomes 8 ohms. make sure ur speakers are 8 ohms. few ohms can make big difference on power amps.