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My friend has a 250x2 watt amp that runs at 500x1 bridged. (these numbers are made up but it's something like that) He is running two subs. He tells me that if he bridges the amp, each sub will be receiving 500 watts. I tell him no, the power still has to split up to each sub, so it will only be 250 watts to each sub. He says it was noticeably louder when he bridged the amp. It seems sort of unlikely to me that a 500x1 amp could be giving out 500 watts to 2 channels, but who knows, I'm a n00b. Who is right?
 

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the only advantage of bridged is each sub gets exactly the same amount of power and the same signal. the 500 W gets dived by the 2 subs so they each get 250 Watts.
 
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