Sounds right to me. You might want to put a resistor across the unused channel of the amp so it sees a small load. You don't want to have it just sitting there.
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Prpixel: can you elaborate on that? I have a 2/ch amp that cannot be bridged, and when I enquired with the manufacturer about using a single amp channel to power my center speaker in my HT, I was told that it would not be a problem and no adjustments/tweaks were necessary. So I now have the unused channel "just sitting there."