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Default Re: Can i bridge my bt10250d

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Originally Posted by Jade_monkey07 View Post
Im looking to take the slave outputs for the secondary sub and re rout it to the 10250d itself, is the amp capable of bridging? Or is the woofer going to handle it?
The outputs of the 250D are to power a slave unit only, the BT1014. However, to drop the impedance of the unit down to 2 ohms mono you will have to change out the driver to the DVC 4ohm driver and parallel the voice coils. Only use the internal wires of the Tube to connect to the replacement driver, do not do anything with the output wires.
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