Do I have to bridge this amp?


Silver Member
Username: Jaguar600

Post Number: 118
Registered: Jul-05
I have an kenwood KAC-9102D amplifier, and one kicker 15' cvr 2ohm DVC I am connecting to it. It is a mono amp, at least I thought it was, but it has a left and right speaker configuration, meaning 2 sets of positive and negative speakers connectors. Am I suppose to bridge these 2 together like a 2 channel amp? Or do I just plug my subwoofer into one of the sets of positive and negative and leave the other set?

Bronze Member
Username: Mercsable

Kalamazoo, MI USA

Post Number: 63
Registered: Apr-06
My mono amp has the same set up and I just wired it to the one set. That is how my user manual showed me how to do it. You dont bridge it.

Gold Member
Username: Nd4spd18

Southeast PA

Post Number: 1082
Registered: Jul-06
It does not have left and right channels. It is a mono (1 channel) amp, it just has 2 sets of terminals. So no you can't bridge it.

Silver Member
Username: Jaguar600

Post Number: 122
Registered: Jul-05
ah ok thanks. Why does it have 2 terminals though? Just curious

Gold Member
Username: James1115

Use a simple...

Post Number: 9742
Registered: Dec-04
so you don't have to stuff 2 sets of wires into 1 terminal.

Silver Member
Username: Jaguar600

Post Number: 124
Registered: Jul-05
sounds good
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