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    Posted: 19 May 2022 at 8:56pm
Hi everyone,
I bought an powersoft K2 for my subs and wan't to bridge my amp but don't really know how to do it... In the manual they write: Bridge-tied load connection can be achieved as described in FIGURE 12. In analog mode, only the input of channel 1 needs to be wired: link channel 2 to channel 1 by means of the link pushbutton located on the rear panel.
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I can't upload the image, its the image on the right under corner on page 12 of this manual: https://www.powersoft.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/powersoft_KSeries_uguide_mul.pdf
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Channel 1+ and channel 2+ is normaly the way to bridge a stereo amp, 2+ being the virtual negative for your speakers. On that Amp it is vague  .it seems to suguest  each speakon has 1+ and 2+ joined together . so you would need 2 speakon plugs  , one for + and the other for -.... More importantly !Why do you want to bridge it ??


Edited by Tinnitus Rex - 19 May 2022 at 10:00pm
"couldn't we just like... use headphones?"
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If i try that, i don't get any sound...
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Because then i have more headroom, if i don't bridge my amp doesn't give enough watt....
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what  speakers are you trying to destroy?
I just looked at the manual and in section J  it clearly shows you use 2 speakons
one wired 1&2 + and a  the other speakon wired 1&2 -  using input one only with link switch on,
Next question "how much for recone of........?"
4800 W @ 4 Ω
Frying tonight !




Edited by Tinnitus Rex - 20 May 2022 at 5:38pm
"couldn't we just like... use headphones?"
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It's for 2x Void v18. So that is 2x 1000w/8ohm.
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VECTORSONICS Auburn, Maine USA for woofer recone work......Thanx.
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