Question about Jensen XA92 Car Audio Amplifier
If you are talking about speaker terminals i would have to know the model you are referring to. take a look at where the speakers hook up, you should have +-+- if it is bridgeable it will usually have markings below or above those that only show 1 + and 1 - ... connect your positive to the single specified and negative to the other specified... you may or may not be able to bridge it with a wire, without the amp model, i can not say for sure...
if you are talking about actual power connections, then yes you can bridge them, i have an old amp here that has 1 remote, 2 positives and a large negative.. i bridged the positives using 6 gauge wire and used a 2 gauge for the negative...
hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
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