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Author Topic: Bridging Subwoofers?  (Read 17362 times)

Jeff Bankston

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Re: Bridging Subwoofers?
« Reply #30 on: April 09, 2014, 11:33:07 pm »

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Re: Bridging Subwoofers?
« Reply #31 on: April 09, 2014, 11:45:18 pm »



Now, matching RMS to Power means you can't squeeze the last couple of dB out of a cabinet.  But to me, that's like taking the effort to get the extra little bit out of a toothpaste tube.  When the effort to get toothpaste out gets to a certain point, just get another tube.  If you can't get the sound out of one sub at RMS, add another sub.  That'll do the same thing with no risk as doubling the power to the sub and chancing a burnout.
yep ! example > you have a speaker thats rated 1000 watts rms and an amp thats rated 800 watts rms at the same inpedance as the speaker. the difference between the 800 watt amp and a 1000 watt amp will not produce an spl difference that your going to hear. but if your using a 500 watt rms amp with that 1000 watt rms speaker and replace the amp with a 1000 watt rms amp you will be able to raise the spl 3db. 
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