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Since I never tried it, what would happen if you hooked up both channels of a non-bridgeable amp to one sub? Would it blow the amp or would it work?
 

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I'm serious about this, btw. I want to see what happens with this old amp I have but I don't want to fry my electrical system.
 

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See? I told you it was a stupid question.
 

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UHHHHHHHH..............................Wut dat means?



(I assume you mean dual voice coil or single voice coil but I'm not sure how it applies to the amp)



I can tell you this: It's a cheap Audiovox piece of junk someone gave me once that I never used. It works and I know it's not bridgeable but other than that, I'm not sure.
 

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I really have no experience with amps, I can tell you what is a good amp and why, but I can't tell you anything else. I have no experience when it comes to wiring amps and especially bridging amps. Sorry I'm of no use on that one, and yeah Wilson I'm with you, I have no clue what Ally is saying
 
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