Why do you have to bridge the amp? Also, look up the user manual for your amplifier to find the exact details on how to bridge you amp. On an old Kenwood Amp I had, you set the amp to bridge mode and used a single pair of RCA inputs and the amp did the rest. Without knowing what you have, we are just pulling stuff out of our asses to try and help.
Protip: If you don't know what you're doing, don't do it.
I took off my rear 6X9s speakers and only have 2 speakers in the front and i want more power going to the front speakers
You can only bridge channels, not 4. you may as well hook up your rear speakers to channel 3 and 4. by the way bridging your front speakers will make the sound quality crap. If you want good advice hook up speakers to 1 channel each. if you still wanna know how to bridge speakers, if your amp is bridgeable, it will have have a diagram on the wire connections. you would need one set of rcas for channels 1 and 2 (left and right). If you want to use channel 3 and 4, you will need another set of rcas and you can run those to rear speakers
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