Opinions please. 2 x "identical" woofers for a single centre channel, 8 ohms nominal each and a sensitivitly of 85.5dB (2.83V/1m). In series, therefore, 16 ohm, 4 ohm in parallel. The separate mono amp to drive these quotes (RMS) 190W into 8 ohms, 300W into 4 Ohm and also 300W into 2 Ohm. So it would appear it should be able to "happily" drive these units in parallel.

On paper, correct me if I'm wrong, (be gentle, novice here!), I would prefer them in parallel due to their relatively low sensitivity compared to the single midrange to be used which has a quoted sensitivity quoted of 91dB. So, in parallel the combined woofer output would be relatively greater, therefore requiring less "correction" in the XO due to the sensitivity difference?? The less "correction" required in the XO the better IMHO.

I would be grateful for and comments and any other factors to consider. Thanks.