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Hello, my name is Rusty. I'm a sound engineer, I can help you. Yes, this will work. You will need to make a series circuit. Connect the - from the amp to the - on speaker 1. Connect the + to the next speaker input - on speaker 1. Connect the last + on speaker 1 and run it to speaker 2 -. Connect the + to the next - and the last + connect to your amp +.
This will make a 1,000 watt RMS circuit at 16 ohms. That will compensate for the amplifier's over-power, and will give you about 800-900 watts RMS, so you won't have to worry about blowing up your speakers.