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  • Sherwood 100AX 500watt rms 2-4

    the amp is bridgeable to 2 chanels at 250rms per channel at 4 ohms, and i use a dual 4 ohm VC sub and send 1 channel per coil?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mach1stang View Post
      the amp is bridgeable to 2 chanels at 250rms per channel at 4 ohms, and i use a dual 4 ohm VC sub and send 1 channel per coil?
      Thats a bad idea. There was just a thread on that a week ago.

      A dual 4ohm sub can be set up at 2ohm or 8ohm.

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        double post
        Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mach1stang View Post
          the amp is bridgeable to 2 chanels at 250rms per channel at 4 ohms, and i use a dual 4 ohm VC sub and send 1 channel per coil?
          Sure, thats a fine idea. 4 channels bridged to two at a 4 ohm load will work perfect with a 4 ohm DVC sub. (2 coils, each 4 ohms). Just make sure you send it a mono signal
          Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

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