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Old 1st April 2012, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Using two SI T-amps for left and right channels

Howdy yall, I've been planning on building a boombox and I have a quick question before I order parts.
My plan is to take the audio signal from an mp3-player, and send the left stereo signal to one T-Amp and the right signal to another T-amp. Each T-amp will be powering two full range speakers.
My question is, since each amp is only getting one half of the stereo signal, will it send that signal to each of its speakers, or only one?
Thank you for your help
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