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In Bridge-Mono the two amp channels are combined to make one big Mono amp. The two speaker line conductors would be connected to the Channel 1 + (Red) and the Channel 2 + (Red) amplifier output terminals. (CH1+ being the positive for the speaker line and CH2+ being the negative for the speaker line)
You donít say the impedance of the speaker so I went to the manufactures site and found out they are 8-ohms each. Two of these boxes together would present a 1000 watt, 4-ohm load to an amplifier. The CE2000 in Bridge-Mono will do 1950 watts into a 4-ohm load. That is almost twice as much power as the speakers are rated and very close to the Peak Power rating. This would allow each speaker to be getting almost their Peak Power rating at full amplifier output. I wouldnít recommend Bridge-Mono in this case. They are better power matched with one per channel in two channel mode.
Input Sensitivity doesnít change because the ampís output mode is set for Bridge-Mono. I would leave it at 1.4 volts.