hello friends. What i am going to ask is likely to sound stupid and i many of you will laugh but please answer my question. Is it possible to drive single speaker by 2 amps simultaneously? The story goes like this. I have built a 3 way open baffle pair. In some songs , i find it to be lacking in bass dept. I dont like the sound if i increase the bass setting of my avr. So i want to give bass out to my second amp and drive the speakers(those which are connected to low freq terminal of the crossover) through the second amp . By doing this i hope to get better bass output without adding an extra driver. So the bass drivers will get signals from avr (200-800hz) &sub amp(<200 hz) simultaneously. The problem is that i dont know whether this is possible even theoretically. The sound source will be same. so speakers wont be damaged by distortion. But what will happen to the amp. i mean what will happen to the impedance if the same voice coil is simultaneously connected to 2 amps ? Thanks in advance.