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what is the real rms watts bridged 4 ohm of epx2800

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I had ordered then canceled but now thinking of ordering again and price has dropped some. can I get 900 watts rms 4 ohms bridged? specs say 2800 watts 4 ohm bridged but I hear that is way far from the truth
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went ahead and ordered again this time at $220 seems cheap enough just hope I can get at least 800 watts rms 4 ohms bridged.
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says 2000 watts rms even if I get only half that will be plenty more than enough thanks
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if it is useful, this guy tested its big brother, the epx4000.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1384374/the-behringer-epx4000-amp

looks like about 83% of spec power is what he was getting per channel, so 70% of the spec power is probably a decent guess for what you will get bridged, or somewhere around 1400+/- watts into 4 ohms.
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