OK so I am currently using the following equiptment.
MB Quart ONX4.80 front amp this does 80x4@4
Re Audio 6.5C Front door components 75rms
Kicker DS65.2 rear door components 60 rms
SO my question is this. I currently have them wired to the MB just fine and everything is all great. I have the gains on the rear down a little as the kickers do not handle the same as the RE's even though it is only a small difference.
If I was to get the AQ200.2 it would do 220X2@4 and 340x2@2
So if I took my components which show a 4 ohm load at the amp from the crossover and wire the front right and rear right door together in parallel would it show a 2 ohm load at the amp?
I am figuring that is how I would do it as the right side would be one channel and the left side would be the other, I would just lose my front to rear fading.
Here is the other question. Would it be a problem wiring them together like that, as they are different brands and models of speakers. Like I am not sure if it would just send both sets the same power or if things would get screwy as normally when I see stuff wired in parallel they are the same unit LOL.
If I changed both sets of components would there be a gain using the AQ 2 channel or am I good just sticking with what I have and wait until I go for something like a 125.4 or 175.4 unit?