I know there are other far more qualified "speaker gurus" out there", but anyhow, be sure to account somehow for the lower impedance that would be in play with 2 "8 ohm" speakers connected in parallel, and make sure everything is wired in phase, and technically I think you should be golden. If done correctly, including good driver symmetry, I think 2X the speaker should almost always be better than 1 (on paper at least), though sometimes with certain room acoustics, less can turn out to be more. Also, there can often be a big discrepancy between theory and practice for many reasons. Try it and let us know how it works out.
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