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Old 2nd April 2004, 09:41 AM   #1
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Question Channel Bridging

hey guys any of u knows how to bridge two channels of an amp tp make it to power an sub woofer ..... any body knows how ... any schematics
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most amps have written on them how to do it. You usualy use the + of one chanel and the - of the other and ignore the other wires but what is the mke and model of your amp
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What kind of amp? Commercial or DIY?
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now it's a ic based stereo ready made .... jus 40 + 40 rms.... each channel.... now the problem is there is no + or - in the out puts... as both the out puts are thru the ic s pins.... help me
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