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Old 13th August 2003, 09:31 PM   #1
lilnigg99 is offline lilnigg99  United States
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i have 2 (4 ohm speakers) and a Power Acoustik mt820-2 amplifier. when bridged, it puts out (4 ohms) can i damage my amp like this? or over heat it?
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The Power Acousitik is 2 ohm stable for each channel already.

As long as you have a stereo 4 ohm amp and two 4 ohm speakers, why not just run one speaker to each channel?
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