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    How to Bridge Rockford 1051s?

    I was wondering how would i go about bridging the rockford 1051s to 4 ohms. I sorta have an idea but im not really sure. I think u take a postive from one channel and the run it to the negative of the second channel and then the 1 positive and 1 negative is left to plug the subs into. But my subs are wired to 4 am i gonna have to change the wiring on the subs or anything ?







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    Re: How to Bridge Rockford 1051s?

    You dont wire an amp to get a certain ohm. Its the speakers wires that affect this. Wire your sub to 4 ohms and connect it to the amp.

    www.rockfordfosgate.com/forum

    Lots of help here.




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    Re: How to Bridge Rockford 1051s?

    The subs are already in 4 ohms. I have already wired them for 4 ohms. Here are the specs of the amp.

    Power 1051S Specifications

    265 W X 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS

    525 W X 2 @ 2 Ohms RMS

    1050 W X 1 @ 4 Ohms Bridged RMS

    now how do i go about the bridging part. How exactly does the amp become bridged.




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