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post #1 of 2 Old 07-22-2013, 06:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I have the Pioneer Elite SC-07 and I am only using a 5.1 setup.

Is there a way to put the other 2 Channel amp that I am not using and bridge them to my main front Left and Right speaker? Right now, the amp is rated 140 watts per channel to the Left and Right speaker. If I can bridge the other none use 2 channel amp, I can get 280 watts per channel to the Left and Right front main speakers.

I am not sure if it is possible to even do that. My speaker does not have the bi wiring option.

Thanks for any advice!!
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I am not sure if you are talking about using an external amp or the extra channels on the Pioneer avr. First question is why? What speakers are you driving since the the SC 07 will swing somewhere near 270 watts at 4 ohms. Most of the time you are using less than 5 watts unless you listen extremely loud.

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