Whats happend if i connect a ported box kicker L5 at 2ohms into a JBL GTO 600.1 in bridge, in the manual say cant be bridge the amp, how much power is in bridge at 1 ohm, can be dangerus if i ruing bridge?
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I believe series.....hook a wire to the positive of one voice coil to the negative of the other.....with the remaining two wire that to the amp.....check on google to see if your amp is able to be bridged.....Most of the time on the bottom of the amp there will be a diagram or the the two outer speaker outs on the amp itself....let me knoe if this helps you...thanks
If the amp is 1200 watts at 2 ohm stable you will want to set up the speakers as parrallel and bridge the amp. That means conncect the speakers with + to + and - to -. Look at the amp connections. Usually thereare connects that look like this:
+ - + -
If yours look like this use the diagram on top. You will use the + for the left ouput on the amp to the right - on the amp. This will allow you to use all the power from the amp. Be sure to lower the gain as to not pop the speakers or amp.
Check the voltage at the amp. It's possible that the voltage is either too high (above 16V) or too low (below 8.5V). Also make sure that the amp case is not grounded. If these check out OK, the most likely cause is that the amp itself is defective and requires service.
It's rare that 2 channels will fail simultaneously, are you sending 4 signals to the amp or just 2?
If you are sending just 2, perhaps the problem lies before the amp in the cabling to it, or the output from the headunit. If you are sending 4 signals then there may be a fuse in the amp that drives 2 channels out of the 4. Of course this may be the case should you just be sending 2 signals.
it seems rather redundant to bridge a mono amp. Unless the instruction manual states otherwise, i would assume that one speaker output is identical to the other (ran in parallel, like an A or B speaker, not like Left or Right), and you would present the amp with a two ohm load by wiring one speaker to each output. Bridging it may or may not work, but, again, it just seems redundant.