is that amp stable at 1ohm or 1.5ohm? if it is then wire them in Parallel / Parallel to 1.5ohm if not the only other way to wire them is in series/parellel at 6ohms! there ya go man hope it HELPS you out!
ok I just looked up the specs on that amp and all I can tell you is your not gonna be happy with it. Go out and get yourself a mono amp thats 600-1200 watts rms for those subs. You need a amp that is stable down to 1.5ohm and puts out good power. Try a jl 500/1 or a kicker 600.1 or jbl 600.1 or 1200.1. Sell that amp or use it for your mids and highs. James
If that is the amp I think it is, it isn't a 1500 watt amp, and it isn't stable at 1 ohm. Can you post the specs on the amp? I have the rockford p8002 and it is rated 800 watt's rms times 1 at 4 ohms for example!
dude its nowhere near 1500 watts its like 10watts(lol) » 125 watts RMS x 2 at 4 ohms » 250 watts RMS x 2 at 2 ohms » 500 watts RMS in bridged mode at 4 ohms » stereo or bridged mono output » 4-ohm stable in bridged mode » CEA compliant » MOSFET power supplies and outputs » MEHSA transfers heat efficiently from the MOSFET devices to the heat sink for high performance » TOPAZ eliminates ground loop noise » trans-ANA circuitry keeps preamp signal clean » NOMAD "intelligent" protection circuitry » Tri-way capable (Tri-Way Crossover required) » variable high-/low-pass crossover (40-400 Hz, 12 dB/octave) » variable Punch Bass boost (0-18 dB at 45 Hz) with wired remote » requires a 4-gauge wiring kit -- wiring and hardware not included with amplifier » 13-5/8"W x 2-1/2"H x 11-3/16"D » warranty: 1 year
its a decent amp if you are gonna be running at 4ohms. why dont you go get another sub and you can run them all in series parellel at 4ohms with 500 watts. not enough power in my opinion but do what you can.