can you bridge deck power?

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just curious, since a lot of people by a separate amp to power their fronts and leave the rear speakers on deck power, could you essentially bridge the power to those rears from the head unit the same way you bridge a regular amp?

 
Short answer: No.

Head unit outputs are already internally bridged. There's no possible connection that could give any additional output votage or power.

 
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