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    Mixed mono/stereo use of an amp? Using subwoofer and components on one 2ch amp

    So here's something from the manual for a PPI 2-channel amp. has anyone tried it? Does this mean a sub and a set of components could be run off this one amp and sound okay?

    "....The ability to run stereo speakers while simultaneously running a
    mono output from the same amplifier is accomplished by running the
    stereo speakers normally and tapping into the appropriate wires for
    the "mixed mono" channel (left channel positive for the positive
    speaker wire and right channel negative for the negative speaker
    wire). Speaker impedance should be no lower than 2 Ohms on the
    stereo channels and 4 ohms on the mono channel.
    NOTE: Passive crossovers must be used for "mixed mono" operation.
    Choose a low pass crossover around 100Hz for your subwoofer, then
    choose a high pass crossover for your stereo channels. The high
    pass crossover must be at the same or slightly higher frequency than
    the low pass crossover to maintain the correct impedance. See your
    PrecisionPower dealer or call 1-800-62POWER for more information
    about passive crossovers.
    Mixed Mono Output......"
    Last edited by azngurlbaybee; 04-29-2003 at 11:10 PM.







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