Is a B&K EX4420 a common ground amp?

Just wondering if I can use this with the blade/blade SDA SRS 2's I'm picking up tomorrow.
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  • TNTsTunesTNTsTunes Posts: 600
    I just checked the B&K 200.2 that is replacing the 4420 in my main system tomorrow and it reads .2ohms on the 200ohm scale when reading from the l to R speaker grounds. It appears that it is a common ground amp, hopefully the 4420 is too. I'll check it once it's out of the system.

    If not I'll use my Halo A23, I just like that B&K amps sound. I could use my B&K ST2140 too I believe.
    "Make a man a fire and he'll be warm for a day. Light
    a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."

  • NightfallNightfall Posts: 7,131
    It is. I've used my 4420 with both 1.2's and 2B's without issue.
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