Thanks for the response,
Great, so it sounds like I have some flexibility in the connection..
The sub is a Canton Plus C, 12" sub. It's pretty old but still works well because it's never really pushed as I've been using it inline with my front speakers. I don't know if this sub has a dual coil driver, not a lot of info on this model.Power ??
The label on the sub says this: 4ohms, can handle 4-8 ohm receiver, 2x50 DIN power 2x70 Music power
, 22-120 hz
The info on this site says it's Nominal Output is 70 whttp://www.ciao.com/Canton_Plus_C_Su...#productdetail
I don't know which it is? 2x50, 2x70 or 70w? So would this 2x50 1x130 watt amp overpower this sub?
If I could use both L/R or single bridged connection. What if I used just one channel in the two channel set up to try to get just 50w in case my sub can only handle 70w as stated in the link above.
I'm currently using it as a passive sub with both L/R front speakers connections from my receiver running through the sub and out to the front L/R mains. But with new full range speakers I recently bought I don't need it to support my fronts.
With this amp I'm hoping I can start taking advantage of the Sub channel (bass management) on my 5.1 receiver I can balance out the use of the sub to more then just the information for the L/R mains in the passive setup.