Even if your amplifier only has a single channel, you can still use it to power multiple speakers at the same time. Whenever you want to connect speakers to an amp, first check their impedance levels compared to the amp to determine how you can wire them together. If the speakers have too high of impedance, you may be able to run the speakers in parallel to use them safely. Warning: Never try to power speakers that have too low of an impedance level for your amp since they could cause the amp to blow. Tip: You can also connect the positive terminals of the second speaker and the amp without affecting the total load impedance.
can i hook a stereo receiver to a subwoofer? please answer!!?
Can you hook up two subwoofers to a mono amp – #BBBG
That would be the idea of a "surround sound system". Unless you are talking about hooking up more than one speaker to the same exact port on the receiver. If so than yes, but you will not get true surround sound. For instance: You hook up two speakers to the same port, lets pick the front left channel, and then place one to the front left of the TV and the other to the back right you will get the front left's audio coming from behind you.