I'm pretty sure this will do roughly do it's 300W RMS into 4 ohms, but 500W RMS into 2 ohms I think is pushing it pretty hard. As for 800W RMS into 1 ohms - I have very strong doubts about that (and if it does, it surely won't for very long at all). I normally run mine into a 2 ohm load, and the two single 4 ohm subs do sound great with excellent punch and clarity. However - I've got the gain dialed back to limit power to 250W RMS (so the sub's compliment the rest of my system as opposed to being louder) - and I notice the amp gets a little too warm to the touch (it's not burn your skin up hot, just it should run a little cooler). Features - well, the 18db bass boost is ridiculous. If you had this properly dialed to put out the 500W RMS, you really think a 3 db boost is good idea let alone an 18db boost? It's also at 50hz, and that is way too high up the frequency spectrum in my books. So I say it's better to control the sub with your deck's sub level if needed. The crossover is 2nd order and adjustable, and works fine. And thats it for features. Peaked at the internals, and some aspects impress while other's don't. Beefy transformers, appears to be a double sided board, no trace wires running around, only one short bus bar, but still built to a budget - couldn't help but not notice the short life capacitors (only rated for 2000 hours and a max temp of 105 degree's). Not sure who actually makes the board, but the model number etched into it is definitely not the Pioneer model - defiantly a rebadge. For the money, it can work for you (It does work fine and it has been reliable for me) - but frankly I'd skip over this amp as you can get much better bang for your hard earned money else where.