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TwinEdge 14th June 2007 12:30 AM

combining 18/18 watt amp and a bose acoustimass bass in a car
hi all

just need some info on how could i do this....
i have a bose acoustimas bass,i'am not sure but i think they are 8 ohms 6" and i think they are 2 inthe speaker box...supposly they are compatible with amplifiers rating from 4 to 8 ohms..
then i also have an amplifier a YAMAHA power amplifier YPA-100 18/18 watts...

my question is how can i make this work inside my car?..any answers would be apreciated..thank

TwinEdge 14th June 2007 02:44 PM

come on guys help me out,this is all i have....
i know mabe this sounds stupid but all i want is to hear a little boom....

and thought if i take the amp and bridge it to make it 36 watt mono for these speakers it might work...

Perry Babin 15th June 2007 05:59 AM

If the amp is a chip amp, the amp is already bridged. Measure the DC voltage on the speaker output terminals (amplifier on, no audio input, meter set to DC volts, black lead on chassis ground, red lead on the speaker terminal). If the voltage on the speaker terminal is ~1/2 of B+, it's a chip amp and is already bridged.

Dominick22 19th June 2007 01:37 AM

What you are suggesting does not even sound like it would be worth the trouble to be honest. You may have a sense of accomplish for one day, but then you will be dissapointed.


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