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    4 channel amp bridging help

    Hey all, I'm still new to this whole amp wiring thing, so go easy. I want to take a 4 channel amp and bridge it to run a 4ohm DVC subwoofer. is it possible to bridge the amp from 4 channel to 4ohm stereo, running each of the bridged channels to 1 voice coil? The amp I am looking at using is the MTX 6304. any help would be great thanks!







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    bridging an amp

    If your amp is bridgable then yes you can do that for more power without any trouble.. Just make sure you do as the MFG has suggested when bridging often times there is a wrong way to do but varies from product to product.

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