I am amazed this has not been answered and laid to rest. What seems to be the problem? The 29 amps will only be supplied by the amplifier if the load resistance is low and the voltage is high enough to produce that current. Perhaps its the order of things. Voltage first, then resistance then figure the current. I think we have all come to agree that bridging does not allow the amplifier to provide more than 29 amps. Bridging just allows twice the voltage which increases the OPPORTUNITY for more current to flow, but its still limited to 29 amps. Which, BTW, is not enough current form some ESLs played loud.

I promise you that all amps that are claimed to do 100 watts into 8 ohms, 200 into 4 and 400 watts into 2 ohms have quite a bit more power at 8 ohms than stated. Thats how they do it, Its specmanship and nothing wrong with. They do it for the same reason that some here want to see those numbers keep doubling. If you truly have only 100 watts at 8 ohms you will not be able to double down. Not Possible.

Conventional amps have Emitter or Source resistors whose value becomes significant at low impedance loads, the resistance of wire and traces startes to come into play. Mainly the sag is in the power transformer.

When you look in an amp and see nice heavy wire going to the speaker keep in mind that there are several hundred feet of rather thin wire in the power transformer.

I promise you that all amps that are claimed to do 100 watts into 8 ohms, 200 into 4 and 400 watts into 2 ohms have quite a bit more power at 8 ohms than stated. Thats how they do it, Its specmanship and nothing wrong with. They do it for the same reason that some here want to see those numbers keep doubling. If you truly have only 100 watts at 8 ohms you will not be able to double down. Not Possible.

Conventional amps have Emitter or Source resistors whose value becomes significant at low impedance loads, the resistance of wire and traces startes to come into play. Mainly the sag is in the power transformer.

When you look in an amp and see nice heavy wire going to the speaker keep in mind that there are several hundred feet of rather thin wire in the power transformer.