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Mmats d500.2 ive got an mmats d500.2 is it bridgeable&what ohms is it capable of.. whats the wattage ratings on it.. ive got2 15w0 8ohm JL also a 15w6 JL audio & would like to know the best way to hook them up any help would be great thanks BATMAN

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  • It is capable of driving a 2 ohm load.
  • It is a single channel amp, so bridging is not applicable. There are two speaker connections, true, but they are tied together internally.
  • It's rated at 500W @ 2 ohms
  • The issue you're going to have hooking up the subs you own is that you're not going to be able to optimize the output of the amp. If you hooked all of them up in parallel (both 15w0 as well as the dual voice coils of the 15w6), you'd be putting a 1.7 ohm load on the amp, which it may not like. In my mind, your best bet is to either put both 15w0's in parallel (125W per sub) and not use the 15w6.....OR.......use only the 15w6 with the dual voice coils in parallel (350W to the sub).

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