monjoviIf the one stereo amp has enough wattage for you and you get the volume you need comfortably without taxing the amp, then I say a definite yes.
am I right to conclude from your comments that I’d be better off just using one of the Nagra MSA’s to power these speakers until I find a replacement amplifier?
As bridging amplifiers has one plus only, increasing the wattage.
Everything else takes a hit.
1: distortion goes up
2: not as stable into low impedance
3: damping factor is doubled (worse)
4: the ability to drive low impedance’s is not as good
I’m sure there are others I can’t think of right now.
I jokingly say, bridging a good stereo amp turns them into a high wattage PA amp.