I've been trying to teach myself, and I'm just making sure I've got this right so far.
My setup = 2 DVC 4 ohm subs
Amp in example = 650W x 1 @ 4O, 1200W x 1 @ 2O, 2000W x 1 @ 1O
Say I have 2 amps rated at 2k RMS @ 1 ohm each. This means their output is 4k @ 2 ohms bridged, and each amp would be seeing a load of 1 ohm each. If I were to wire my subs at 1 ohm, the amps would see a load of 0.5 ohms and likely fry. So my only option would be to wire at 4 ohms. Does this mean that each amp sees a load of 2 ohms, and the final output would be 2400W at 4ohms? Which makes sense because each sub would be seeing 1200W at 2 ohms if wired individually.
On another note... if someone locally wants to trade 2 DVC 2 ohm XFLs for 4 ohm in the future... Contact me I doubt my current electrical would support 2 2kw amps running at 1 ohm though...