How to Bridge Speakers?

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Bridging two speakers to one channel requires connecting them in series. This works by connecting one output from the source to the + of the first speaker and the - of the first speaker to the + of the second speaker. Then take the - of the second speaker back to the source.
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You can bridge speakers by running a wire from the positive post on one speaker to a another speaker. This can be done through any amount of speakers, that you desire.
You can bridge your speakers by connecting a wire from one speaker to the other speaker. You can do this in a series or to a single speaker. If you want a stereo sound you will need to wires.
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