Ok this is my problem....

I want to connect 4 speakers to an amp, (2) 6.5" speakers to front doors, (2) 6x9 speakers to rear). I don't understand much about ohms and how to wire everything to be safe and get max power handling. I don't know what amp i should get, i was thinking Sony's Xplod XM-280GTX 2-channel amplifie 480 watts, or sony's Xplod XM-2150GSX 760 watts(I'm not sure it this one is too much amp for my speakers).

Info on Speakers:

6.5": 150 watts RMS, 300 watts Peak Power (each) Impedance: 4 ohms

6x9: 175 watts RMS, 350 watts Peak Power (each) Impedance: 4 ohms

I found this example to guide myself buy i don't understand how to wire it to the amp to be 4-ohms giving an output power of 150 watts x2 (amp #2 below)

Assuming they are speakers not sub woofers....

This is the info i found on the amps i'm thinking of using.

(1) XM-280 GTX 480W max power,

80 watts RMS x 2 at 4 ohms

120 watts x 2 at 2 ohms

240 watts x 1 RMS bridged output at 4 ohms

4-ohm stable in bridged mode

(2) XM-2150GSX 760W max power,

150 watts RMS x 2 at 4 ohms

190 watts x 2 at 2 ohms

I don't know at 1 ohm

i don't know if 2 or 4-ohm stable in bridged mod

I believe amp #2 works best for me but i don't know if i would blow the amp of the speakers if wiring it as the diagram giving the speakers 190 watts rms when is says 150 rms???

Please somebody explain with details and how to wire everything. Or if i should just do it and shown is the diagram above?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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**edited by:**J P at 7:34 PM (GMT -5) on Mon, Dec 20 2010] Chagned to discussion.