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Kole amp in protect mode?

I have a kole amp nitric XP2-2000 hooked up to two Memphis subs the subs are dual voice coil 4ohms and can handle 500 watts RMS when i tried to bridge the subs to the amp the protect light comes on but the amp works fine when subs are not bridged is the amp able to handle two 4ohm subs bridged? Thanks

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  • sommers_dona Mar 09, 2009

    ok thanks for the information i will probally just run the subs normally without being bridged when i bridged the subs they were in two seperate channels its probally just my amplifier not able to run 2ohm load cause isnt two 4ohm speakers bridged a 2ohm load?

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Are you setting the bridge switch for both left and right or are you trying to run both subs off of one set of terminals? If you running the subs off one set of terminals you are effectively running the amp below 2ohms and thus the amp is not 2ohm stable and you will destroy it.

Some amps actually all ready run a bridged output for left/right operation, this could also be the reason why the protection circuit is kicking on.

Either way it's a component mismatch and you either need a stronger amp or different subwoofer setup.

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