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    precision power art series question

    I have a precision power A404 amplifier. I lost the manual and have no idea what the proper setup is. I just want to be sure I am properly brdiging the amplifier because I am only using 2 channels of it.

    Does the 2/4 button need to be pushed in or left out?

    Do the wires get connected to the front channels or the rears?

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    Re: precision power art series question

    google your amp and look for the manual in pdf format. Try PPI's website too.




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