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im pretty sure no...now you could look into a jl amp which has an ohm range no matter how you wire it.
 

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yeah thats how its listed but the point of that is you can wire the sub any way you want it and still get 500watts rms. that doesnt mean you can have different ohm'd subs. i guess i didnt type that last response correctly. What i was going for was you can use one of your subs with a jl amp and get 500 rms but not both.
 

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You can do it, but you will have a final load of 1.33 ohms in parallel, or 6 ohms in series....BUT.....Having two speakers at a different load running on the same amp channel will have an un-equal distribution of power. This is NOT recommended and is probably never done. whatever you do, get two matched subs. DO NOT MIX.
 
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