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Old 24th January 2011, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default Bridge the SP-P?

Is it possible to bridge the outputs of the SP-P board to operate in mono, thereby doubling the power into one channel? If so, what are the details and parts required to accomplish this? I'd like to get another board from George and try this. (I'd never attempt to figure this on my own, as disaster is sure to be the result... ).
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