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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by MrFortuneCookie, Sep 12, 2001.

  1. Can someone explain to me what this means on an amp head? Like the SWR Mo'Bass is said to be Bridgeable. Is that the same as Stereo? Someone please help.
  2. PJR


    Jun 20, 2001
    N.E. PA
    ....in the case of the Mo-Bass (which I own ), it means you may run the amplifier in a mode which combines the 2 stereo outputs into one, more powerful single channel amp.

    The Mo runs at 250 watts/side @ 8 ohms, running it in bridged mode you get 900 watts/4ohms output in a single channel mode. It's important to observe and obey the posted minimum ohms , which is 4 ohms.

    I use the Mo in bridged mode pushing a SWR Goliath sr (6-10's) ....with really good results.

    BEWARE.....if you don't heed the ohm warning....it will shut down.


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