Bridging two identical amplifiers to increase the rms output power Answered
Hi, i was wondering if i can bridge two identical amplifiers, to drive a 4ohms 400w-rms dvc subwoofer, the second problem is what about the power supply, i don't think i can use one 24volt car battery for the two amps so can i use two separate car battery, below is the amp i want to bridge.
JBL GX-A3011SI 1200W Class D Mono Car Subwoofer Amplifier.
Low Distortion Class AB Design
Active Low Pass Filter
Noise Rejecting Differential Inputs
Filter Range 30Hz to 320 Hz
Peak Power Output 1200 W
4-Ohm Power Output 200 W RMS x 1, <1% THD+N
2-Ohm Power Output 300 W RMS x 1, <1% THD+N
Design Low Distortion Class AB
Input Variable Line Level and Speaker Level
Signal to Noise Ratio 93dB
since the output rms @4-ohms is "200 W RMS" so bridging two of this amps will give me a 400w-rms.