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Bridging One Alpine S-W10D4 Dual 4 Ohm Sub to 2 Channels?

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Posted: April 18, 2021 at 2:38 PM / IP Logged  
Let ME go do some research on amplifiers.
I suggested a Dual 2 ohm driver so you could wire the coils in series to accomplish a 4 ohm load. But that may be hogwash to some.
Picture of bottom of page 5. Notice it has a woofer bridged to channels 3 and 4, notice it says 4-8 ohms. Notice the speakers connected in stereo to channels 1 and 2, it says 2-4 ohms.
The second line of page 6 in the manual reads. And I copy and paste: ● Use speakers with an impedance of 2Ω or 4Ω (4Ω to 8Ω when used as bridged amplifier)
The eclipse amplifier is not 2 ohm mono stable either. It too is 2 ohm per channel or 4 ohm mono stable.
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