Splitting a sub channel

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Can you run two speakers off one channel?

I have a two channel amp that puts about 500wrms EA at 4ohm. Im wondering can I split each channel into two, in order to run 4 speakers? If so what does that do the output with regards to the ohm rating?

 
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Im not sure yet since i havent baught them.

The amp puts out

2 x 300W RMS @ 4 Ohm Stereo

2 x 500W RMS @ 2 Ohm Stereo

1 x 1200W RMS @ 4 Ohm Mono

I was thinking about splitting the channels for the front and rear speakers. 6.5" comps pup front and probably 6" mids in the back or 6"two ways.

 

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yea you can, i had a 4122 thunder mtx that i was using to power four subs so im sure your ok. plus this was such a small amp and still it worked up until i got a bigger one

 
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