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    bridging deck outputs?

    On a custom setup im running on my yamaha rhino i need to bridge the rear channels to get more output to the 1 sub im running in the back. The head unit is a sony gtx 200 or something, like the one in one of my cars. But im running 2 front speakers and 1 sub on the rear channel and wanna know basically if i can hook both channels to the one sub and if that will work fine. Dont wanna burn up my HU or anything







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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

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    that might mean... no?




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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    On many Pioneer HUs, you can.

    Although I would get a cheap 3 channel amp instead.




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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    bridging HU's FTL???



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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    Get a 4 ohm DVC sub...run each of the rear ch's to the sub....unless you use a passive crossover you'll get a lot of voice trying to work through...but due to the subs freq limitations it should have natural roll off...plus with the enviroment of the install it shouldn't really matter....




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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    you're trying to squeeze out 40 distorted watts to a sub? WOW, i've heard it all.





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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    Certain pioneer units can accomplish this, the results = poop but its doable.






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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    Quote Originally Posted by B_Rad_NC View Post
    On a custom setup im running on my yamaha rhino i need to bridge the rear channels to get more output to the 1 sub im running in the back. The head unit is a sony gtx 200 or something, like the one in one of my cars. But im running 2 front speakers and 1 sub on the rear channel and wanna know basically if i can hook both channels to the one sub and if that will work fine. Dont wanna burn up my HU or anything
    do what you just said.. and that will be ur result...

    get a cheep amp at LEAST!!!!




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    Re: bridging deck outputs?

    lets not go bridging anything on your deck..




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