I dont know how to connect to the mono channel, because i bought it to ebay but the owner did not have the manual factory. Can you maybe send me a picture or something else please.Do you have costumer service phone number of jbl
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JBL do not suggest bridging this amplifier. As it is a mono block, the "stereo outputs that are on the amplifier go to the same contacts inside", so effectively both Left and Right outputs are the same, (like using a headphone splitter.) this is designed for ease of use when installing more than one subwoofer.
if you run your sub/s at two ohms you will be able to get the full 700WRMS out of this unit.
so in effect if you "bridge" this amplifier it will not be any different if you hadn't. Bridging is designed for TWO or more channel amplifiers to increase the power going to the speakers, but not needed in a mono block amplifier.
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just get positive terminal of the right channel and the positive terminal of the left channel. this is were u hooked up ur speaker. and thats is thats the bridge connection. u just mixed the L. & R. output of ur amp.
prepare the following item from( radio shack):- 1-3-ft gold series stereo y-cable(42-2550). 2-two of-mono phone jack to1/4 inch mono plug.(274-320). connect item number(1)in speaker out in your computer(green socket). connect item number(2)in the free jacks of item number(1). connect the two jacks in two channel of amplifier in(line in)
The BP300.1 is a mono (1 channel) amp. You cannot bridge a mono amp. Bridging is a method of combining the outputs of 2 or more channels of a multichannel amp into a single mono load. On your amp you would connect a single sub to one of the +'s and one of the -'s (either one is OK, they are connected internally). The other pair of terminals is just for convenience, making it easier to connect, if you want to power 2 subs.
I would definately say, in the world of amplifiers you usually get what you pay for. I would recommend getting a Memphis or MTX amplifier. Go to ebay, specifically search for memphis then in the search options make sure to put in mono or 1 channel. All memphis mono block amps are 2 ohms stable. In particularly I would recommend for you the PR series. it is the Power reference series and they are really boomy for the money. Anything that has the "ST" is getting a little old so I wouldn't recommend it but It still is a good amp, just not sure how long it would last and how badly it's been beaten in the past. Good luck. If you find an amp and are unsure let me know which one and I can help verify it for you.
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.
You can try and download the manual through pdf here. Just copy and paste into your browser but if the manual doesnt help let me know and i will be happy to be of more help to you