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WattsI don't exactly know but this may help....if the amp has only 4 inputs (2negative, 2positive) then it will be 300w (around that mark)...if there is 4 negative and 4 positive for 4 speakers then it is likely to be around 1000w WRONG ANSWERThat is not even close. The best way to find out how many watts and amp is is to look at the specifications. If you know the make and model of the amp, look it up on the internet. The amount of "inputs" (which are really outputs) has nothing to do with the power. In fact, the most powerul amps have one channel.

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