I have all 3 inukedsp models (ok more than 1 of each lol...)
The 6000 cannot do 2ohms, the 3000 and 1000 can.
There are no issues running the 1000 or 3000 at 2 ohms. A 1000 is rated about 400watts per channel at 2ohms, maybw 500peak, and the 3000 peaks at 1500, with a specified 1000watts as the rms.
Plenty of threads have demonstrated the rated power is higher than reality, but you will get about 80% of what they are rated.
BTH is mostly never wrong about anything sub related...you may not be aware he is not a person he is actually a sophisticated computer algorithm posing as a human in the remote woods, supposedly with 29 subs in his fallout shelter. (You know im right, bth)...
Anyway, if you go 2 ohm you will get enough wattage to put one on each channel. That assumes you want enough power available to really drive them well.
I have enough subs i dont even worry about max capability because living in a city even a house is a few feet from neighbors, so about 105 to 110db is all i usually use subwise.
But for just 2 subs you need a lot of power. Dont be surprised though if you end up wanting 4!
Last edited by RoboAVS; 02-13-2019 at 08:24 AM.