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Bidging how do i bidge 4 channel into 1

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It is not possible. 4 will become 2, and 2 channel can become 1.




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You can't bridge 4 channels into one channel. You can bridge the amp to two channels and drive one dual voice coil speaker.

 

The owner's manual is available from Jensen.

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