Running Benchmark AHB2 in bridged mode and 4 Ohm Speaker

Does running this amp in bridge mode mean each channel will see half the impedance i.e 2 Ohm each when connected to a 4 Ohm speaker.  If so will this cause a problem when the speaker dips to 3 or 2 ohms?. 

Anyone running Benchmark AHB2 in bridged mode with low impedance speakers?. 
It’s clear that you Benchmark bridging "experts" have no idea what happens to a stereo amp electronically when it’s bridged.

Guarantee whoever spends the bucks and does it here, will be back asking for other alternatives after they lived with their bridged amps.
When they’ve realized it was a backward step from using the same amp non bridged, even though it didn’t have the watts to go loud enough.
And they’ve realized all they gained was watts, and everything else sound quality wise took a hit.

Cheers George
@kijanki My amps manual says the same i.e 29A peak into 1 Ohm. Is this per channel I am assuming?. Most amp state this number per channel if I understand that right.

@kijanki never mind the website does mention 
  • 29 A peak, per channel, both channels driven"
@georgehifi look at the following from Benchmark AHB2 manual page 22.

Signal to Noise Ratio
132 dB A-Weighted, Stereo Mode
135 dB A-Weighted, Bridged Mono

1 kHz, 80 kHz LPF, at full rated output into any rated load 
   < -118 dB (< 0.00013%) - Stereo Mode
   < -118 dB (< 0.00013%) - Mono Mode
1 kHz, 20 kHz LPF, at full rated output into any rated load 
   < -119 dB (< 0.00011%) - Stereo Mode
   < -120 dB (< 0.00010%) - Mono Mode

This only leaves damping factor. 

Any thoughts?.
geek101 OP
Any thoughts?.
Yes! believe me? it’s in the wording, you need to read like a tech to find the tricks, as this is very misleading to the novices, as the last two distortion figures are NOT I repeat NOT in bridged mode, but measured one mono channel only.

Then find the output "current rms" output for a single channel and then what it does with two channels in bridged mode. And you couls also do peak current for both.

Then find the damping factor single channel and compare to bridged.
Also the output impedance for both, which is in relation to damping factor.

Cheers George