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Oooo. It's so tiny!
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I've still got the stock head unit in my truck and want to add a subwoofer. I've bought a 240 watt amp, but it doesn't support bridged output. I've got a single subwoofer now and am wondering how I could hook it up? Is there a way of combing the left/right channels before the amp so I could use one channel of the new amp to run the subwoofer? Or am I stuck buying a second subwoofer so I can hook one to each channel?
 

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what kind if amp is it. some are bridged inside and some do not have to bridger marking on them but can still be bridged. what kind of amp is it. i know on JL amps left + right - . you can try that but the best thing to do is call of evry makes it.
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Oooo. It's so tiny!
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No go there. Says right in the manual not to bridge it. I think I'm going to order a small 2 channel bridgeable amp for it and call it good.
 
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