According to the manual of the 900/5 found on JL Audio's site:
The R.I.P.S.-equipped HD900/5 gives
you the freedom to use a variety of speaker
configurations that achieve final nominal
impedances between 1.5 – 4Ω per channel
in stereo while maintaining 75 - 100W x 4
of clean power output. When bridged, each
main channel pair will optimize output at
150-200 watts between 3 – 8Ω. The mono
subwoofer channel will deliver its full 500W
output into any impedance between 1.5-4Ω."
So, does that mean that no matter how its wired up, its gonna send 500 watts out to whatever is connected to that output (2 ohm 4 ohm doesn't matter)?
Super confused if that therefore means too much power to these two subs or not.