You SHOULD NOT run a 4-channel amp in bridge mode into a pair of KMT6. You are showing a 1.5-ohm load to each amp channel. Too low.. You will thermal the amp sometime later this summer if you keep it this way.
That amp delivers 120 watts per channel into a 4-ohm load. As Gangstar Joe suggests, use half the amp on the KMT6 and use the other half on another pair of speakers... The KMT6 will handle more, but 120 will do decent for ya.
There is too much historical mis-information out there and it goes back 20 years to the heyday of the car audio craze. Except for the occasional subwoofer application and the rare special application, there is absolutely no need to bridge an amplifier with today's electronics. Still, almost every day I read somewhere, (not only on this forum) about someone recommending buying a 4-channel amp specifically to run a pair of speakers. Captain, don't do it!
Just so I do not paint myself into a corner, there are the rare occasional situations where bridging an amp makes sense, but they are not many, and this is not it...
Tony, re-wire the KMT6's to just half of the amp, and either let the other half go unused, or see if there is another pair of speakers you can drive with it... It will work a lot better and longer for ya... Otherwise, consider selling that amp and trading for a ZX450.2 which will be the perfect 2-channel amp for a pair of KMT6...
(Message edited by philwsailz on May 07, 2009)