I'm using a Yamaha P2201 poweramp (the manual and all the info on are here: http://www.yamaha.com/ycaservice/mp4model/p2201.htm ) It puts out 200w at 8 ohms per side, and I need a bit more power than that. The manual offers a fairly complicated explanation on bridging the channels: apparently you have to send the signal to one channel, reverse the polarity of it, and send it to the other, then take a speaker wire from one binding post on each side (one positive, one negative) to connect to your speaker. My cabinet doesn't have binding post inputs, just 1/4" and speakon. Do any tech guys here know how I can make this process simpler? If I have to buy a splitter box to reverse the polarity, can anyone recommend a particular brand/model that would work well? Also, could I make a "plain speaker wire to 1/4" cable by just removing the 1/4" from the end of a regular 1/4" speaker cable?