This is related to another thread where I'm planning my PA, but this is a specific technical question that others in the future will find useful. For example let's say you have a couple of speakers rated at 1200W at 8 ohms and you're hooking up to a 2400W amp like the Crown XLS 2500 Stereo, 2 ohms: 1200W Stereo, 4 ohms: 775W Stereo, 8 ohms: 440W Bridged mono, 4 ohms: 2400W Bridged mono, 8 ohms: 1550W When you put speakers in parallel that reduces the ohms. So if you have: amp -> speaker 1 -> speaker 2. Than both speakers are pulling 4 ohms instead. So if I'm understanding everything correctly if you take those two speakers and daisy chain them and plug only use one channel on the amp, you're pulling the full 2400W but if you plug one speaker into each channel (i.e. stereo mode), you're only pulling 440W?