I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this is okay to do before I do it. Before I begin, I know most people feel that running rear speakers is not the best option, but that is what I would like to do. Here is my plan:
Set of components both the front and rear and two 8 inch subs in the rear deck mounted underneath the 6x9 slots.
I want to run these with two Eclipse XA4000's. The plan is one of the amps to power the mids in the front and the rear, so they will be running at 4 ohms all channels. The other amplifier, I would like to wire the front and back tweeters (both 4 ohm) on the drivers side in parallel creating a 2 ohm load and run them off one channel which would produce 175 watts. I would do the same for the two tweeters on the passenger side. With the last two channels on the 4 channel amplifier, I will wire the two dvc 4ohm subs series and then wire the two each other parallel creating a 4 ohm load and bridge the last two channels of the amplifier producing 350 watts for the two together.
I am wondering if the plan I have for the tweets and the subs seems okay. I have never run different channels of the same amplifier at different loads before. Thanks for any help with this.