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    Default Bridging an amp??

    How do you bridge an amp?

    I wish to bridge my Adcom GFA-545II amp for my center channel. How would I go about doing this? Hooking it up, etc..?
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    the directions are usually on the back of the amp. Look up your owner's manual in PDF format from adcom's website, it will tell you. You may need to purchase an adapter to feed the same signal into both channels

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    The 535 cannot be bridged, I'm not sure on the 545.

    Like CCR said, check the Adcom website.

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    Last weekend I picked up one of those GFA-545's, AND a pair of Polk Monitor 7's for $42. The Polk's are long sold, and the Adcom (which is staying) has no bridge capability.

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    Thanks GG! Thanx everyone else!
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