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    Default Can someone expain what exactly Tri-Way capable means

    the amp i want to buy has these specs...


    75 watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms

    125 watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms

    255 watts RMS x 2 in bridged mode

    4-ohm stable in bridged mode

    2-, 3-, or 4-channel output

    Tri-Way capable

    variable 40-500 Hz low-pass and high-pass crossovers,
    12 dB/octave

    variable bass boost (0-12 dB) at 45 Hz


    i was thinking about this being the first amp that I buy and running it tri way to the fronts and to the subs..

    so does that mean.. that i can run the fronts @ 75 watts max & the sub @225

    normally i would just buy a mono amp and just push my subs but i want something in the front until i get my other amp


    thanks
    Whiskey Moodz

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    Tri-way output - when a special passive crossover is used with an automotive amplifier to safely power a subwoofer in bridged mono (low pass circuit) as well as a pair of stereo speakers (high pass circuit). Normal inductors and capacitors can be used for Tri-way output.

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