Question about Car Audio & Video
You need to specify what you are talking about and maybe i can help you but as of now i have no clue. are you talking about bridging an amp to make it run mono or single channel if that is the case you typically use the left channel positive and the right channel negative but on most bridgeable amps it is marked somehow whether it is something like the pos and neg are circled or there is a line drawn on it showing the 2 connecting but regardless it is typically the left pos and right neg. if this is not your question please clarify and i will try helping.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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