Question about Thump TA1001 Car Audio Amplifier
Yes, it is a bridgable amplifier, if that is what you are talking about. Look at the speaker output terminal and it should have markings on it for stereo output and it will have a line between the 2 terminals to use for bridging it. When you bridge an amplifier it is mono. There may also be a switch on the amp for stereo or bridged. Put that switch in the bridged mode. Connect one speaker to the speaker output and you have your bridged mono amplifier. If you plan on using 2 woofers, it is better and safer to use it in stereo mode with one speaker on each channel.
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Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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