paultucci

ITech in bridged mono

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Once again I don't have an amp in front of me but I am designing. What happens in bridged mono mode? Will both channels of processing show up still? Does one need to treat both channels the same? ie add the same delay to both sides? Or will just one processing side appear and everything is done there?

Paul Tucci

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Both channels of processing will show up but only channel one will be doing anything. In the Bridge-Mono mode it is the output of the channel 1 processing that is sent to both amplification stages. :)

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Both channels of processing will show up but only channel one will be doing anything. In the Bridge-Mono mode it is the output of the channel 1 processing that is sent to both amplification stages. :)

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Thank you David

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