Hello all This is my first post here, so please bear with me. I have scoured the net, and not yet found a plausible answer to my question. My system consists of Deftech BP 2000 tri wireable fronts, Deftech CLR3000 tri wire center, and 4 BPVX/P's for rears and surrounds. My question is this. How can I possibly wire the 4 rears and center to 4 ohms. The amps I am picking up are Rotels RB 1090 (380watts x 2) and the RMB 1095 (200watts x 5) I want to wire the channels at 4ohms, so I can have a wattage balance between my fronts, rears, and center. All coming in about 370+ watts. Is this possible? The specs for the speakers state they are stable to 4 ohms, the amps, are also stable at 4 ohms. So far all I could find on the net was to get your ohm load lower, you must wire speakers in sequence. If that is the case, how would I go about it? Is there such a thing as 4ohm speaker wire? If so, where can I find some? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanx.