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I want to know how to bridge my 6ch amp to make 2ch to run 2 subs 1 12'' sub and one 15'' sub atm there on 1ch together but i dnt wanna leave them like this cause its not gud for them

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  • clinga_ants Jul 27, 2008

    not sure how stable it is there is no writting on the amp how to bridge it has 3 sets of rca inputs 2 front 2 rears and 2 subs on the other side of amp where u put speaker wire in there is 6 sets of terminals there 4 do fronts 4 do rears 2 do subs and 2 i am unsure what there for maybe a centre speaker these are the pos/neg terminals . i might get some photos to make it easyer

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When you want to bridge the amp... Take a look at the speaker terminal on the amp. I guess there is vritten how you connect ordinary and bridged.

Many amps have a button where you can choose how many channels you want. If you just have one pair off signal cable, you must choose 2 on the switch

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  • Torbjørn Paasche Jul 21, 2008

    Do you know the how stable the amp is on one output??

    2ohm?

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