Yes it does.

I would say that in general wired in series (1000 watts) but wired in parallel give fewer watts at 8 ohms and more amperage into low impedances.

Most bridged amps do not do so well into low impedance loads. that is why Bryston offers the alternate method of 'bridging' to better handle the low impedance.

Think of a pair of pumps.

'Series' is one pump followed by another pump. each adding pressure (watts) with 'less' area

'parallel' is like two pumps side by side, both pumping into the same tank. Less pressure (watts) but more volume in square inches 'area' (amps)

Low impedances need more area. high impedances need more pressure.

If this analogy does not help you please just ignore it.

I would say that in general wired in series (1000 watts) but wired in parallel give fewer watts at 8 ohms and more amperage into low impedances.

Most bridged amps do not do so well into low impedance loads. that is why Bryston offers the alternate method of 'bridging' to better handle the low impedance.

Think of a pair of pumps.

'Series' is one pump followed by another pump. each adding pressure (watts) with 'less' area

'parallel' is like two pumps side by side, both pumping into the same tank. Less pressure (watts) but more volume in square inches 'area' (amps)

Low impedances need more area. high impedances need more pressure.

If this analogy does not help you please just ignore it.