if i got subs with dvc and a 4 channel amp that puts out 300 per channel could i hook up 2 channels to one sub for 600

Mike Bray
What ohm are the voice coils on the sub? What is the lowest ohm load the amp is stable at? But, you cannot run a DVC sub off both sides of the amp. You can run channel 1/2 to one sub and channel 3/4 to the other sub. Hope that helped

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