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Default Re: bazooka tube identification

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Originally Posted by ldtzbme View Post
thank you very much for all your help. I have one more question. The bta6250d is 2ohm stable correct? and if i have the bt6014, how would i wire the both of them to operate at 2ohms?
Yes, the 250D is 2 ohm stable. To operate the 250D with the slave unit all you need to do is connect the brown wire (High Level Output +) to the positive terminal of the slave unit and the yellow wire (High Level Output -) to the negative terminal of the slave unit.
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