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Exactly as the header says, I've got a brand new in box, never even opened Audio Control LC 6-1200. Already have one don't need a second, love the capabilities and the support from them is stellar, everytime i called with questions on seeing up etc got someone super helpful and knowledgeable. Great amp.

$500 shipped

features

Configurable as 6/5/4/3/2 channel amplifier

6 x 200 watts @ 2 ohms

6 x 125 watts @ 4 ohms

400 watts @ 4 ohms bridged

AccuBASS Processing

MILCTM Maximum Input Level Control (Patent Pending)

GTOTM Signal Sense

3-way Independent Linkwitz-Riley Alignment crossovers

Summable active speaker-level inputs (8 channels) for OEM integration

6 preamp inputs

2 assignable preamp outputs

PFM Subsonic Filter

Optional ACR-1 assignable remote control

Solid One-Piece Aluminum Chassis



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do you know if running this amp in 5 channel, are those bridged 5th channel 2ohm stable?
 

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Not 2 ohm stable when bridged, it's only 2ohm stable in stereo mode.

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I took a quick look at the manual but did not see the power ratings on the 5th bridged channel when set up in that configuration. Any idea what that is? Based on the rest of the specs I would assume the 5th channel would be 200-250w @ 4 ohms?
 

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No, it's 400 watts bridged. So 5-6 bridged would be 400 watts. The channels are 125 each at 4ohms, 200 watts per channel 2ohm stereo

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It's a 6 channel amp which you can bridge each pair into one channel . Do you can run a bunch of different options.

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No, it's 400 watts bridged. So 5-6 bridged would be 400 watts. The channels are 125 each at 4ohms, 200 watts per channel 2ohm stereo
Ok I guess I am confused. 6 channels and each channel is 125w into 4 ohms correct? So if you bridge 2 of those channels together you should see a max of 250w into 4 ohms.

This is assuming running channels 1-4 in stereo and bridging 5-6 mono to drive a sub.
 

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Nope not quite. 4 corners and the sub would be like this;

4x125 for the 4 corner channels 1-2,3-4 at 4ohm
1x400 for the sub 5-6 bridged 4ohm

400 watts if plenty for a decent sub
 
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