Can i bridge two bridged amplifiers? Answered
Well, the question itself tells a lot (mostly how bad it's asked).
I have a quad amplifier that i'm using as a stereo bridge. So is there a possibility to bridge those two (or parallel em?)
This amplifier is not some factory made amp, It's a simple amp i made with TDA7375.
The output is somewhere between 2x30 and 2x40W , but i'm only using one channel and it seems like a waste (I'm using it as a small woofer driver, didn't have another amp so this one had to do)
So, The question is Is there a way i can make this Mono so i can get some more power out of it (or just use both channels so i don't only use one). The amp is TDA7375 and the speaker is Novex sps250i (yeah, it's crappy but sounds decent) Also it says nowhere that this one can be bridged to mono.
Also won't it work if i parallel two channels and then bridge them to mono? (as in parallel four into two then bridge those) From what someone told me if i want to parallel it i'll need some 0.1ohm 5W resistors (those are really cheap and easy to find here)
Thanks in advance.