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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by pickles, Feb 18, 2006.
I've got the case open but I can't find it
Its in paralel now and I want to make it stereo.
Ah, OK, I found the switch ... hidden on the BACK of the circuit board that houses the output terminals ... wedged between the board and the case back ... but now what position is what?
Is all the way to the left now, if the amp is facing away from you. I think thats parallel.
I figured it out. If you are behind the amp, left is parallel, center is bridged, and right is stereo.
And man does this amp sound good!
I'm glad we could be of help.
P.S. Have you tried the Crest website for a manual?
Yea, you guys are the best!
Couldn't find one for the old models. The current one has an external switch. I searched and searched and searched the web ...
Actually, I am about to pop open my one older model to set it up parallel, so I appreciate you sharing this information!
I spent the day A/B ing things, and the CA9 really is an amazing sounding amp. You'll still have to look a while to find that switch ... even with me telling you where it is!
OK so I just got an old one and I can not find the switch, do not see a switch?
Anyone care to take a stab at it. Current user manual no good for this one.
Maybe I'm missing it but by doggys I can not see a switch.
Like to set it to bridge mode.
OK found it. This must be an older model. No switch, only a Jumper and the choices are Bridged and Stereo, no Parallel.
Some of the older CA9's were internally selectable for stereo, parallel mono, or bridged mono.
Sorry I meant mine must be older than older.
Only two choices,no switch, just a jumper.
Ah, so you have Ye Olde See-Ay IX?
Yes hail Casear!
I love digging up old threads and adding a CPR reply. Just bought 1995 CA9, this is perfect info.
Wow how time passes when your having fun. In 08 I was using a CA-9, I'm using a Streamliner 900 now.
No doubt the CA-9 will kick major patooty, it's just heavy as a boat anchor.