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I have an old yamaha ypa-800 amp i kneed an manual to know how much wattage it is running just 2 10in subs

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I have a ypa 1000 and a ypa 300 and each says exactly how many watts it runs right on the top cover.
The 1000 is 120wpc x 2, the ypa 300 is 35 wpc x 2.
So pick a middle figure closer to 100 wpc.
Peace.

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I have the manual you are seeking.....
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The power is in the title, 800 watts

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