- Apr 30, 2018
I'm planning to buy another NAD C370 an want to bridge both of them. Now i read that bridging an amplifier means that you demping facor wil be 50% less. So 8 ohm will be 4ohm. What are the implications bridging amplifiers?. For instance could it mean that besides getting on the plus side a double amount of power but on the minus side my Low frequencies will be compromised and both amplifiers will get quite hot that is not what i aming at. Some confusion here. I was aiming at a more controlled low an more space/imaging between voices and instruments. Is it mabey better to buy an amplifier with double amount of elco capacity than the NAD C370 (which has 40.000 microfarad of capacity) but with a correct demping factor than a second NAD in bridging mode?. Will i hear between the 2 of them any difference?.