I know this topic is mentioned in many threads and I think I've read about all of them but still don't know the best solution to my setup so I need some assistance.
I currently have two outdoor speakers wired as a stereo pair, driven by an AudioSource 100 amp. I have an apple airport express connected to the amp and I use the system for airplay while on my deck.
The problem is that the sound from the stereo pair is (obviously) only good when standing in the middle of the speakers. Both seating areas on the deck are off to the sides near one speaker only so it doesn't sound great.
Can I somehow rewire things at the amp so I could use both speakers as mono? The amp doesn't have a stereo/mono switch. I know you can use the amp in bridged mode but I don't know how to use this to drive 2 separate speakers both in mono.
Due to budget, I can't buy another amp, different speakers, or run more wires. I already paid an electrician buddy of mine to help me run the wires. They are long runs from our basement to the outside and up to the speakers.
Therefore, I'm looking for a solution centering around the wiring at the back of the amp.
Thanks for any help.
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