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As you see in the pic at 2ohms 250 Watts
So instead of 2 speakers I Now have 2 pairs of 4ohms speakers, now paralled will make 2ohms and each speaker would get 125watts if I’m correct? Right?
You got the ohms correct, but each channel will push 125/2 or 62.5 w/ speaker.
 

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How about if bridging them from 2 speakers to 4 speakers what’s the wattage per speaker then?
I thought you were talking about running 4 speakers. You bridge the channels, not the speakers. A 2 channel amp can bridge down to 1 channel increasing the out-put wattage.
 

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Ok that’s what I thought, I’m wanting to figure out how to get @125 Watts 4 speakers 4 ohms without a lot of amp comsuption.
 

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Ok that’s what I thought, I’m wanting to figure out how to get @125 Watts 4 speakers 4 ohms without a lot of amp comsuption.
With that amp alone, you can't.
 

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If you series two pairs, you would then have two 8 ohm pairs. If you then parallel the two pairs you would have a 4 ohm load between all four speakers. Bridge the amp mono and you would have 125 watts per speaker. Unfortunately, you would only have one channel, but it would solve your math problem. ;)
 
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