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Re: Subs in bridge - are we doing it wrong?
      16/12/11 12:54 PM
If you've been pushing the volume and feeding 3600W into an 800W speaker then I'm not surprised that it sounds a little tired. You should probably just connect each bin to one channel and make sure that the amp doesn't clip.


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