- May 28, 2020
Correct on the binding post part and only one wire per speakON part.you don't have to run a wire between the other binding posts or anything, right? Just the special xlr splitter cable?
And then... how do you do it with speakon? Just make a single-wire to each speakon connector?
Also if I don't know what the impedance of the plugs are on my sub, can I damage the amp? Say it was a 2 ohm load... would it just protect or could I damage it? 502mp. If you tell me it matters I guess I can multimeter it. Apparently you just kinda "round up" whatever reading you get off the speaker, at least from what I'm reading.
My amps are coming friday and I'm super excited
Regarding impedance: it is very important you know the impedance before bridging the amp channels. A 4ohm load is the minimum impedance that can be driven by a bridged module. Especially if bridging for subwoofer duty.