Alright, for anyone who wants to monoblock these guys.
Here's a few drawing showing how to connect the inputs and speaker outs.
First the input. Choose right or left to hook up your signal, and use an insulated piece of wire to connect the pins shown in this picture to avoid contact with others. You can remove the input caps for whichever channel you are not using. It's good to do if you want to run parallel. The less inductance from tracing the better. To the point where you can cut the tracing on the "dead" input you're not using, right before the chip, and just keep the jumper wire in place like drawn in the picture.
Next up you can do the same thing to the speaker output. Use an insulated wire, so it doesn't touch anything it shouldn't. If you're uncomfortable with doing it pin to pin on the chip, you can do it by connecting the two via a jumper wire from one terminal/terminal pin to the other. You can even just connect both positives at the binding post. The chip pin to chip pin will offer the least inductance. You can also cut the "dead" output tracings near the chip, if you did the chip pin to chip pin jumper wire.