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    Icon10 MB Quart PCE 216 - HELP

    I have a ZED audio Draconia......on my MB Quart PCE 216 and the coaxils to match in the rear......the Draconia this amp does 70x4 into a 4ohm load.....and can do 280x2 bridged into 4 ohms..............I have been reading....and these Quartz are a little power thursty......so I was thing about bridging this thing.....would that give me a better sound......I feel like I don't have enough power......and there is only like a 3rd lef on the gains......



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    Re: MB Quart PCE 216 - HELP

    The best way to do it would be to forget running the coaxials and bridging the Drac to run the MB's in the front.

    Maybe later you could find an inexpensive 50w or so amp to drive the coaxials if you want the rear fill?



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    Re: MB Quart PCE 216 - HELP

    What he said, only meaner.




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    Re: MB Quart PCE 216 - HELP

    I have some MBQ premiums too (the older ones) and yes they do like to be fed. 280 seems like quite a bit, but if you have to choose then 280 up front would be the way to go...and ditch the rears. Just be carefull how you set the gain...




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