Re: 4-channel amp produce distortion when bridged???
wait, did you just say it takes less voltage for the same power? that only works for ohm load. same voltage= same power for the same load. however, it puts less strain on each side, and takes half the voltage per channel, since it is divided between 2 channels, plus, you have less loss, since you have 2x the components doing the same work. in 4ch amps, the 4 channels are made symmetrical, and perform as such, so if you feed 2 bridged channels the same signal, the only real performance change would be one channel inverts, and works when the other is resting, so you get a push-pull collaboration, on some, and others, double up. either way, you ahve 2x the parts doing the same work, and yes, they sync together, so sq is not sacrificed.
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