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  1. I know this waaaay late, but I see this question a lot. I will not bore you with the math, but based on the specs you posted, I did a nonlinear regression and you should get about 916 watts at 2.67 ohms. The R-squared value is 0.9994, which means the formula is pretty accurate. Excel can generate the formula based on the amp specs, then you just plug & play. Hope this helps someone else someday...
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