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 #392024  by 02SilverSpecial
 
It is a diagnostic port for the amplifier software
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 #392155  by sdugasjr
 
Does anybody know if this amp can be essentially “bridged” to give a SVC sub full power? I’m using a SVC 4 ohm sub, but remembered that there were 2 different leads for sub power from the Azera. I’ve had this question for a while but never really found an answer through my own research, so I was curious if anybody else had tried it/had any insight on it.
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 #392158  by 02SilverSpecial
 
You can bridge the signal by using the positive signal from one channel and the negative from the other.
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 #392159  by sdugasjr
 
02SilverSpecial wrote: October 23rd, 2022, 2:19 pm You can bridge the signal by using the positive signal from one channel and the negative from the other.
Awesome! I wasn’t sure and didn’t want to mess anything up with trial and error lol. Appreciate the fast response.
 #392168  by bbb123
 
On any aftermarket amp designed for bridge operation they are specific on which of the twin output plus and which of the output minus wires are used also generally require a load of 4 ohms again specified in bridging specs

So if (and it is a big if) bridging is ok you still don’t know which specific leads to use


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 #392174  by sdugasjr
 
bbb123 wrote: October 24th, 2022, 9:35 am On any aftermarket amp designed for bridge operation they are specific on which of the twin output plus and which of the output minus wires are used also generally require a load of 4 ohms again specified in bridging specs

So if (and it is a big if) bridging is ok you still don’t know which specific leads to use

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Typically aftermarket is Left power and Right negative for bridging. I have a 4 ohm SVC sub so bridging would be okay
 #392175  by bbb123
 
So with neither sub output pair being left or right as both went to dual coil single sub how are you going to decide


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 #392176  by bbb123
 
I guess the last wiring on very first post in this thread does call out which sun pins are left and which are right

If you try it let us know how it works out


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 #392179  by sdugasjr
 
bbb123 wrote: October 24th, 2022, 4:19 pm I guess the last wiring on very first post in this thread does call out which sun pins are left and which are right

If you try it let us know how it works out


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Left and Right or Channel 1/Channel 2 if they aren't identified. But with C1 C2 you'd have to be a bit more vigilant, if they're like the newer Infinity amps, Channel 2 is Left and Channel 1 is Right for whatever reason.

I'll give it a shot for sure. Haven't been driving the car for the last few months so it's not necessarily on the top of my list currently, but it will certainly get done sometime in the near future lol. I just had the question for a long time and couldn't find anything on it doing my own research.
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