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    Bridging a 4 chan amp, have a couple of questions.

    Can you bridge a four channel amp down to 2 channels and run 1 channel to each coil on a DVC sub? Or would you be playing two different channels to the coils

    Or could I bridge to one channel? Is that possible?







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    Re: Bridging a 4 chan amp, have a couple of questions.

    Quote Originally Posted by redamdiculos View Post
    Can you bridge a four channel amp down to 2 channels and run 1 channel to each coil on a DVC sub?

    Or would you be playing two different channels to the coils

    Or could I bridge to one channel? Is that possible?
    Yes

    Rarely is subbass material recorded in stereo

    Not on most amps.



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    Re: Bridging a 4 chan amp, have a couple of questions.

    Ok so do I need 2 sets of RCA's still?




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