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eugene silva Posted on Sep 23, 2006
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Installing PA5422 in two channewl mode

What are the options to install the PA5422 in two channel? I want to connect my front speakers. Also, what is the difference amongst the MONO/STEREO/L+R switch options available on both Front and Rear AMP X-over Sections of the PA5422?

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Since your first paragraph is leading to your question paragraph, I'll adress that. "what is the difference amongst the MONO/STEREO/L+R switch options available on both Front and Rear AMP X-over Sections of the PA5422?" Mono is same sound output on each channel, stereo is what you want as it gives out stereo sound, and L+R is most likely blending the channels together.

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