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Username: Perrydog

Flint, Michigan USA

Post Number: 83
Registered: Jan-05
when an amp says that it is like 2 ohm stable does that mean each channel is 2 ohm stable, i have an amp that says 2 ohm stable and 4 ohm brigeable
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Username: Carguy

Post Number: 2135
Registered: Nov-04
What that means is, it is 2ohms stable in stereo mode and 4ohms stable in bridged mode. This is normal for most amps.
 

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Username: Perrydog

Flint, Michigan USA

Post Number: 87
Registered: Jan-05
ok well would it be better for my amp to be in stereo mode or in bridged mode and does stereo mode mean that it wants 2 ohm per channel of 1 ohm per channel to = a 2 ohm load total(channels combined)

 

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Username: Perrydog

Flint, Michigan USA

Post Number: 88
Registered: Jan-05
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Username: Byrumjr

Post Number: 160
Registered: Jan-05
Most amps run as low as 2 ohms on each channel. When you bridge an amp both channels are running together at 4 ohms. If you bridge at 2 ohms each channel is running at 1 ohms.Not good can burn the amp up. Stereo mode or bridged mode, I think most run speakers in stereo and subs in mono or bridged.
 

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Username: Perrydog

Flint, Michigan USA

Post Number: 89
Registered: Jan-05
so 2 ohm stable means 2 ohm per channel-------of course 4 ohm bridged means 4 ohm bridged lol
 

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Username: Tragedy

San Jose, CA

Post Number: 167
Registered: Feb-05
yes adam.
 

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Username: Tragedy

San Jose, CA

Post Number: 168
Registered: Feb-05
"so 2 ohm stable means 2 ohm per channel"

when it says 2ohm stable stereo...
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