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i dont like the back of my car rattling apart so im getting rid of my amp

its an american pro vs-1222 600 watt bridgable amp.

140 watt rms 2 channel at two ohms.

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its is 140 rms each channel correct ? so if bridge then it will produce 280 rms then correct ? i would like to pick this up but i would like to know this first
 

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RMS OUTPUT: 140W / 2CH @ 2 OHM
100W / 2CH / @ 4 OHM
BRIDGED: 140W / 1CH @ 4 OHM

it doesnt specify a rms for bridged with a 2 ohm speaker...

hopefully this helps.
 

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RMS OUTPUT: 140W / 2CH @ 2 OHM
100W / 2CH / @ 4 OHM
BRIDGED: 140W / 1CH @ 4 OHM

it doesnt specify a rms for bridged with a 2 ohm speaker...

hopefully this helps.
That's total...so it would be 70 per ch @ 2 ohms and 50 per ch @ 4 ohms

If you bridge it with two subs you will most likely burn this amp up. When you bridge it you lower the ohms which makes more power. I would suggest bridging only to be used on 1 sub. But this amp is probably best for interior speakers.

What did you have this connected to?
 

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RMS OUTPUT: 140W / 2CH @ 2 OHM
100W / 2CH / @ 4 OHM
BRIDGED: 140W / 1CH @ 4 OHM

it doesnt specify a rms for bridged with a 2 ohm speaker...

hopefully this helps.
depending on your configuration, if your speaker is 2 ohm you can bridge to 4 ohm on the amplifier. you answered your own question.
 
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