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How can I speakers in such a way that i get the best outcome in terms of power? Answered

Ok i have 4 speaker which can handle 80W continuous power and having an impedence of 4 ohm each. I also have a 4 channel amplifier.

The amplifier outputs are as follow:
60W RMS x 4 @ 4 ohms 
80W RMS x 4 @ 2 ohms
160W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohms bridged

How can i wire the speakers in such a way that i get the best outcome in terms of power?
I've been thinking of wiring 2  sets of 2 speakers in parallel  and connecting them to the amp as bridge stereo.
But the problem is that i don't know if it will cause problem to the amp.
because the amp is 2ohm stable but i don't know if it is 2ohm stable when bridged 

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iceng
iceng

6 years ago

I agree with wiring 2 sets of 2 speakers in parallel.

But I do not understand the wording "bridge" applied to an amplifier.

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ARJOON
ARJOON

Answer 6 years ago

the amplifier is 4 channel. when one speaker is connected across the positive of one chanel and the other wire to the negative of another channel which then doubles or triple the power output depending on the type of amplifier.