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That One Guy...
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Probably not advised... because thats not the way its designed but I suppose if you knew specifics on the ohms, and workings of the headunit itself it may be possible. But then again, a headunit was never designed to have adaptable channels so in my knowledge I would have to say no.

Why would you wanna bridge the channels anyway?

Most benefical thing you can do is get an amp and not even use the headunit's power
 
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The only headunit you could have done it to was an older Pioneer unit. They allowed you to bridge the rears for a 4 ohm load.

Any other headunit and you will fry it.

Pick up a small A/D/S off ebay for cheap. You can mount them anywhere they are so cheap.
 
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