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Still new at this so please bare with me. Everyone on this forum has been awesome with helping me out. I'm working with a friend on his Nissan Frontier. He only has 2 speakers up front and we're working with the below amp. Is there any reason we can't run the front speakers @ 4 ohms for the 65w rms and run the rear channels bridged for a sub @ 250rms?

RMS Power measured at 12.5 Volts DC:
25 Watts x 4 into a 4 Ohm load with less than 0.1% Thd+N
50 Watts x 4 into a 2 Ohm load with less than 0.3% Thd+N
100 Watts x 2 bridged into a 4 Ohm load with less than 0.3% Thd+N

Dynamic Power (IHF-202 Standard) measured at 14.4 Volts DC
65 Watts x 4 into a 4 Ohm load
125 Watts x 4 into a 2 Ohm load
250 Watts x 2 bridged into a 4 Ohm load

Signal to Noise Ratio:
110dB A-Weighted

Damping Factor:
>200

Frequency Response:
20Hz-20kHz±0.25dB

Maximum Input:
8Vrms

Thunder EQ:
Variable Bass Boost (0-18dB) centered at 40Hz
Crossover: Variable 40Hz to 200Hz, 12dB/octave high pass,
24dB/octave low pass with mono output
 
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