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    Bridging a HU ?

    Can a HU be bridged if its like 50w x 4 can u bridge to channels?







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    Re: Bridging a HU ?

    Depends on the deck.


    In all honesty, I wouldn't try it. A 4ohm bridged load would be a 2ohm load on each channel, not something I'd really suggest trying on all headunits.




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    Re: Bridging a HU ?

    Quote Originally Posted by squeak9798
    Depends on the deck.


    In all honesty, I wouldn't try it. A 4ohm bridged load would be a 2ohm load on each channel, not something I'd really suggest trying on all headunits.
    lol x2, its not gonna give ya anywhere near 50w/channel either



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    Re: Bridging a HU ?

    k thanks, maybe if i get a new HU ill try it with the old one just in case it messes it up, be cool to see if it does




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