All amplifiers are bridgeable. The bridge setting is for driving a large speaker by using the power output of 2 or more channels. The power will be summed if a bridge is made. For example, if you have a 800W, 4 channel power stage, you can connect 2 component speakers in the channels 1 and 2 and bridge the channel 3 with the 4 to drive a subwoofer.
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Use the left and right to connect the positive and negative to the respective speakers in the right and left. Please make sure of the polarity and so be cautious. next you can connect the sub woofer from the left and right channel as the amp is bridgeable. Use the lead to connect from the R- positve to L negative. test and check the phasing of the speakers, must get good low bass or else you can reverse the sub woofer and check again. If you ae having frint speakers connect accordingly the the other channel. Helpful Good day
you cannot bridge them together. if they are bridgeable, you can bridge one amp to one speaker and the other amp to the other speaker. make sure not to go lower than the required ohm for each amp. also, you probably will get a different output wattage for each amp.
This amp isn't bridgeable. It's a mono amp (only one channel). You need two independent channels to bridge. Some mono amps are bridgeable if you have two identical amps but I don't think Kenwood recommends that with this amp.