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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
400 watts delivered to 300 watt speakers the only way to do this would be to wire two subwoofers in series so that the power needed to drive them will be 600 watts to max, however this will increase your impedance on the speaker (8 ohms) load so what you can do to compensate is get an 8 ohm 600 watt resistor and put it in parallel with the speakers you will then have 4 ohms of impedance at a total capacity of 600 watts of power In other words the amplifier won't blow these out now.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
did you read your instruction manual. does it says "it could be bridged to other amp"?. you can't make a bridge to amplifier that is not bridgeable. bridging an amp is a way which it is made through transistor type ampilfier by bridging more transistor inside and more voltage is required for bridging.
I don't know if we could do to an IC type amplifier. ask an experts about bridging IC types how to bridge maybe they know how.
and if you had an successful bridging, you may have a problem through your speakers, they may hit hard but you will experience some errors through your speakers and easy to worn.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
The specs I read on the Pioneer site say the amp is not 1 ohm stable, so keep that in mind.
It partially depends on the impedance of each voice coil on the DVC subs. If they are dual 4 ohm, and you connect the DVCs in parallel ("+"s together, "-"s together), you could run a sub on each channel of the amp(s). This would put about 200W on each sub.
The other option is to still tie the dual 4 ohm voice coils in parallel, tie 2 subs in series (one "+" to the other "-"), and bridge the two channels of the amp (aka put them in parallel). But this, also, would be about 200W on each sub.
Things get different if the subs have dual 2 ohm, 3 ohm, or 8 ohm voice coils.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
It is simple. The MRV1000 can be bridged but only to a 4 ohm load. I am assuming your subs are 4 ohms and run fine stereo, but if you bridge them it will show a 2 ohm load bridged to the amp which means 1 ohm per side. The amp is not stable at the impedance. Get 2 ohm/8 ohm subs or "Dual 4 ohm voice coil" Subs and it will crank fine.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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