Can i run 2 channels to one sub ????????please help?ive tried many times but no replies


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thats what i got now it says dual 4 ohm so if i were to get a 4 channel amp that runs say 300x4 at 4 ohms would i be able to put channel 1 & 2 to one sub for a total of 600 and 3 & 4 to the other for the same?

or would i have to use a 2 ohm amp or can you even run two channels to one sub??????????

if the subs ahve dual 4 ohm voice coils, hook each channel up to each voice coil. this will be a 4 ohm load...if it is dual voice coil, each coil will take 350 rms...if the amp is 300 RMS x 4 it will be good...but if its just 300 watts x4 it wont push'm very hard

well can i use a 2 channel amp instead.....i kinda already ordered it. i plan on putting 400 watts to each channel at 2 ohms. would that work or will it only be able to take 350 and is that goin to be loud?
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