If you are installing a subwoofer for a custom car audio system you are likely using a single channel "monoblock" amplifier. Some of these amplifiers will have two sets of output connections. Why is this? Do we need to use two subwoofers? Do we need to bridge the monoblock amplifier outputs? How do we wire one subwoofer to a mono block amp? Let's explore!
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