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tido
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tido Oct 28, 12:24am - #311675 

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bridging amps

i bought an amp thats for bridging but i dont know really what that is. can anybody tell me about it??
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pinoyricer Oct 28, 1:52am - #311676 

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its like for example a 2 channel 200W max, 100Wx2, when you bridge it you get 200W in one channel. normally you would use the + from one channel, and the - from the other channel to bridge it. hope that makes sense lol

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silverOOgts Oct 28, 4:44am - #311677 

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bridging means putting 2 channels into 1 series circuit.

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Brian63 Oct 28, 5:59pm - #311678 

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Thats correct. Like said before a 2x100 watt amp would be bridged into a 1x200. All you do is conbine the two channels into one.
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