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    Default What is L+R mono switch on amp?


    I have a 2 channel clarion amp that I want to use for a subwoofer. It has three possibilities for output.

    stereo, bridged, and L+R mono

    I was wondering if anyone could explain the l+r mono. Is that only for bridging or can i use that with both channels and get an output signal sum of both left and right?

    KEF Q50 mains, M&K center, Boston Acoustics surround, marantz sr5001, pioneer dv-46av, sunfire hrs12

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    From what i am going to guess is the L+R Mono means the amp when switched to L+R Mono the left & right channels become mono channels not stereo so it is like listening to a single channel but with 2 different channels, and the bridge output is what you want to use for the subwoofer.
    Giving a model # of the amplifier would of helped a lil more, but i am taking a wild guess at the L+R Mono!

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    yup, sums the two stereo channels to mono.
    all the best,

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