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Sensetivity switch and bridging

First of all I use my system for dj/karaoke applications.
What does the sensitivity switch do? where should it be set?/
also, I am going to bidge this unitand it has Speakon jacks, do I need to buy a y type adapter??

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Sensitivity switch select best position of the input level to get full power when you set level control at maximum. in your situation 26db position is better.

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