Originally Posted by fischris
Steve thank you for your answer but there is only one chanel!...
what can i do with the other?
Mike thank's too I can bridge the amp for a subwoofer but for speakers?
Steve's diagram is intended for bridging, and yes, you can bridge speakers as they are just smaller subwoofers....or is it that subwoofers are just big speakers.
It's probably safe to say that your 2 chnl is a full-range amp, so it will work with speakers or subs.
Just to clarify, my replay wasn't about bridging, but drawing the conclusion that the amp is indeed 2 Ohm stable based on the fact that it shows a bridged spec. Bridging with a 4 Ohm load puts a 2 ohm load on each chnl, therefor, i'd say that amp is stable at 2 Ohm. So I see no issue in running your 4 speaker off that 2 chnl amp - 1 pair wired parallel on one chnl and the other pair wired parallel on the other chnl. Based on the specs you posted, that would net 225 watts to each speaker.