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"Maybe confused it with the 2 channel dsp?"
yes. it is very confusing.
the nu-6000dsp is a two channel amp and each channel is good for 4 ohms. if going that route, dual 4 ohm drivers is what you want. wire the coils in series for 8 ohms per driver, then parallel two drivers per channel for a net of 4 ohms. this will give you 1100 watts per driver which is pretty much perfect.
the nu4-6000 is a different amp. it has no dsp. it has four channels and each channel can handle a 2 ohms load. if going that route, dual 4 ohm drivers is again what you want, but each driver would have the coils wired in parallel for net of 2 ohms per driver. one driver would be connected to each channel. the power would be the same 1100 watts per driver.
behringer says 1500 watts, but that is a fantasy number. actual measured results are 1100 watts.