Question about Behringer Europower Pmp5000 Powered Mixer Pmp5000
In bridged mode, both sides are used to drive the same speaker. One side is phase inverted relative to the other so the two sides add their voltage. It is important to note that you cannot go below 8 ohm speaker in this mode. The amps can generate about 60volts peak or about 43 volts RMS. So the net will be about 86 volts between the two sides. With 86 volts on 8 ohms you can get about 925 Watts max... yeah it is not the claimed 1200, but it is a lot closer than the shop vacuums claiming 4Hp when running on 120 volts... Those are peak values that have LITTLE to do with actual true values.
You can't run stereo in this mode because BOTH sides are used as a single power source. The PAN controls will have little effect as the system is in monaural mode.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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