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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have speakers that are rated to handle at least 600wrms, then I would run each amp in bridge mode, with left going to one and right to the other. If you have 2 pairs of speakers, then you may have to invest in some Y splitter cables or adapters to send right and left to each amp running in stereo.
check out the different configurations you can do in the instruction manual here
The details of exactly the connectors/cables you will need to do this are also all in the manual. the only special thing you need if you go the 2 pair of speakers in a Y adapter. Most electronic hobby shops sell these. Happy to answer any questions you have about this.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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