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racer808

When bridging a 4 channel amp; Is it just rear left positive to negative rear right, or does left or right matter? then repeat for front channels. I just cant figure out if it the left of the right matters

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jk13

Which amp? Some are different than others. Also, what speakers are you hooking up bridged (qty. and resistance)?

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racer808

Which amp? Some are different than others. Also, what speakers are you hooking up bridged (qty. and resistance)?

I am bridging a precision power p900.4. I have the selector on 2 channel, so just the front RCA's. I am assume I am right cause it sounds good. I am powering 2 wetsound pro80s & I have another precision power p600.2 power a pair of MB8s.

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MLA

chnl 1 + and chnl 2 - for one speaker and chnl 3 + and chnl 4 - for the other speaker. Make sure both cross-over switches are set to Hi-Pass (HPF).

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racer808

I understand channel 1 2 3 & 4. How is that represented in left rear, right rear, right front left front? Both are set to HPF

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MLA

For an HLCD tower setup, left/right stereo doesnt matter really. In 2-chnl mode, that amp should sum and pass through the signal to all chnls. If it didnt, you would only have music from one speaker.

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racer808

For an HLCD tower setup, left/right stereo doesnt matter really. In 2-chnl mode, that amp should sum and pass through the signal to all chnls. If it didnt, you would only have music from one speaker.

Thanks man, I sort of figured that. After I messed with levels & crossover settings it sounds so frigging loud & clear I couldnt have possibly messed it up. I did think maybe if I had wrong positive to neg I would be getting more power but my head is still ringing like I was at a concert listening to a few songs in front unable to hear myself scream so I am going to assume I did o-tay.

My woman is letting me buy another amp since I am ordering more stuff from wakemakers next week. Currently the interior speakers run off the deck. I was going to get a 5 channel amp so I would have a sub channel in place for future but mostly so I could control the interior speakers and turn them down but have the tower loud. Is there an alternate way around this? I thought maybe buy a EQ & route the interior through that so I could turn things down. Any other cheap options you can think of?

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titanmike

I am glad to hear you like the P900.4, I have two of them and four Rev 10's sitting in the boxes in the garage just waiting on warmer weather so I can install them.

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racer808

I am glad to hear you like the P900.4, I have two of them and four Rev 10's sitting in the boxes in the garage just waiting on warmer weather so I can install them.

I am glad to hear you like the P900.4, I have two of them and four Rev 10's sitting in the boxes in the garage just waiting on warmer weather so I can install them.

If you are new to these types of set ups you are going to be blown away. If not, you will still dig it! My buddies Rev10's sound amazing.

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