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    Bringing more Power into a 4435

    While thinking how I could bring most power in my (not yet finished) 4435 I had the following Idea:

    I have 2 stereo Amps with each 2x300 Watts into 8 Ohm. They are not bridgeable.
    I could use an Y-Adaptor and split the signal from one preamp channel to the two amp channels.
    Then connecting one amp channel to the low (to 100Hz) 2234 and the other channel to the 2234 / 2426(2344) combo.

    Could this work?
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    Sure, but You might want to use an active xover between the Pre and amps.

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    Thanks Alex!

    I have a 5235 and could easily assemble the cards for the 4435. But I don't want to use it.

    I build the 4435 xover clones with high end components and want no additional electronics in the signal.

    See here:

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...5&pagenumber=3

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    As long as you don't mind making a crossover mod to seperate the second 2234 the inductor will serve as your low pass filter.

    Rob

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    Question DIY bridging

    Quote Originally Posted by Guido
    While thinking how I could bring most power in my (not yet finished) 4435 I had the following Idea:

    I have 2 stereo Amps with each 2x300 Watts into 8 Ohm. They are not bridgeable.
    I could use an Y-Adaptor and split the signal from one preamp channel to the two amp channels.
    Then connecting one amp channel to the low (to 100Hz) 2234 and the other channel to the 2234 / 2426(2344) combo.

    Could this work?
    My idea: mirrow the signal of one channel by using an op amp and bridge the negative outputs...you should think about if it is possible
    16 Hz can not be substituted

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