Help! Amplifier max output for Speakers!

Prudencio

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Feb 24, 2020
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Greetings to everyone!

Guys, just a simple question regarding amplifiers.

I bought a 500w amp, 2-channel bridge. So, do I have 500w on each channel (for 2x 500w speakers) or I should consider the sum of both (for 250w speakers)?

I bought 2x speakers, for rear only (Alpine SXE-6925S, 6 x 9 Speakers (280 W)), but it seems like the amp still way stronger than the speakers without using the amp GAIN. I wonder if it can handle some 500w speakers instead and go louder.

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Thanks for the support!
 

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2RZ-FE

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Ignore the 500w thing go by RMS ratings only. That amp does 60w x 2 at 4 ohm stereo or 190 x 1 bridged at 4 ohm. Connect one speaker to the Left + and - and one to the right + and -.
 
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Prudencio

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Ignore the 500w thing go by RMS ratings only. That amp does 60w x 2 at 4 ohm stereo or 190 x 1 bridged at 4 ohm. Connect one speaker to the Left + and - and one to the right + and -.
Got it! Thanks for the support @2RZ-FE!
 

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