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    2 questions<br />Can you hook more than 1 amp up to a sub?<br />Can you bridge the front right channel and rear right channel on an amp or do they both have to be either front or back in order to bridge?







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    Originally posted by burton56911:<br /><strong>2 questions<br />Can you hook more than 1 amp up to a sub??</strong><hr></blockquote>

    Depending on the sub yes you can.

    <strong><br />Can you bridge the front right channel and rear right channel on an amp or do they both have to be either front or back in order to bridge?</strong>
    <br />Also dependant on the amp. But most amps can only have the front channels or the rear channels bridged.



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    what i mean with the sub is can your hook up more than 1 amp on a single voice coil




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    what i mean with the sub is can your hook up more than 1 amp on a single voice coil?

    PS: Ive seen a dual voice coil sub with 4 amps hooked up to it in comps




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    It may be possible if you run both amps in series with the sub i.e. (pos.+ of first amp to pos.+ of sub./ neg.- of first amp to pos.+ of second amp/ neg.- of second amp to neg.- sub.) Seems to me like it might work, however I have never heard of anyone trying to do it. If the other guy that responded saw mutiple amps to a coil, like he said 4 amps to two coils, then that is the only way I can see it possible. Keep checking to see if my theory works, or try yourself at your own risk.




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    would running the amps in series affect the impedence of the sub?




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