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I've always wondered if there was a better wary to wire my subs. I've currently got 2 DIY Danley TH-SPUS (the ones with 2-8" drivers), that are rated at 400 watts continuous at 8 ohms. I've got the Crown XLS-2502 which is rated at 440 w at 8 ohms dual, but also 2400w 4 ohm bridged, and 1550 w 8 ohm bridged. Currently I have the sub out of my AVR to the MINI DSP, split and eq'ed with the DSP, then each channel on the Crown handling one of each sub. Would it make sense to bridge the amp, to wire the 2-8 ohms subs in parallel to provide a 4 ohm load allowing me to provide 2400 w to the subs? Does it work like this? 2nd part to the question, I know running the MINI DSP I should only be sending .775Vrms, but do have the sensitivity on the Crown switched to .775. If my Ashley Protea is capable of the full 1.4Vrms, would there be any benefit to switching?