Hi all! I'm building my 4 driver IB. Each subwoofer has a 4 ohm voice coil, and they are DVC's. I can get either a 2 Ohm or 8 Ohm load, and lose almost 100 watts if I went for the 8 Ohm load (from 272 to 180 Watts). Can I use the PE 300-794 in 2 Ohm mode if I add a fan, or if I keep volume levels low? Is it worth it to give it a try? If the amp can't keep up, do you think the amp could be damaged...? I could also try a couple more things, but I'm not sure whether they are good ideas or not... a) Wire one of the voice coils, short circuit the other one on every driver. I'd get a 4 Ohm resistance, but I think I'd lose 3 dB's of output in the process - negating any benefit I'd get from the higher wattage. b) Take a voice coil from each driver, wire them in series and parallel, get a 4 Ohm resistance, and connect this to the 300-794. Then, take the second voice coils, wire them in series and parallel, get a 4 Ohm resistance, and use a second amplifier to drive them. The thing is, the second amplifier would be much smaller (100W @ 4 ohms), and, obviously, a different brand and design. If this could be feasible, then I'd get a very nice 372W output, enough to drive my IB to Xmax. Thanks for your help!