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Its ought to. Thats what it was really marketed toward with the 2 channels bridged somehow and then put to individual subs in tandem. However, there is no built in crossover. This is a twenty year old amplifier and popular demand had not made it such that built in active crossovers came standard. In that sense its not a great choice for subs. My brother got one and it sounded like a## because he never bothered to add a crossover. Class a/b amps are sooper cheap right now. If moneys no object get a "2000w" amp for about 80 bucks on amazon or whatnot.