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post #81 of 425 Old 08-27-11, 07:57 PM
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I don't know much about Peavey IPR amps but make sure they play low enough to use for your sub some amps tend to roll off after 20hz or there abouts. I imagine the iNuke would have had issues there anyways seeing the control software stopped at 20hz. Good luck.
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Is there consensus on the quality of sound produced by class-D designs? Seems to me that power savings is always a plus until you start to compromise the quality of your sound reproduction.
Most real noise problems inherent in (older) class-D designs tend to not manifest themselves with the frequencies used with woofage. This statement assumes a lot, but it isn't like the technology is new anymore. Class-D is almost purpose-designed for bass reproduction.
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Most real noise problems inherent in (older) class-D designs tend to not manifest themselves with the frequencies used with woofage. This statement assumes a lot, but it isn't like the technology is new anymore. Class-D is almost purpose-designed for bass reproduction.
Class D is perfect for bass, that's what I read and understand from the technical explanations. But OTOH, Pioneer is getting very good reviews with it's Class D amps within their AVR's. I believe Class D is desirable for AVR's because it's almost free from heat build-up.

Anyway, no such concerns for me with the iNUKE 6000, since it's subwoofer power only.

Come on, Behringer, that's almost a year since you announced them. How hard can it be?

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There are 4 models of the inuke series in stock at Music123.

http://www.music123.com/search/searc...question=inuke




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There are 4 models of the inuke series in stock at Music123.

http://www.music123.com/search/searc...question=inuke
Ha, you beat me to it: I just discovered that the NU3000 was finally in stock. There's a link to a German review (NU-3000 DSP version) on Behringer's website. The fact Behringer linked to it means the review is favourable...

The link (pdf):
http://www.behringerdownload.de/_pdf...8-10_Rev.0.pdf

The NU3000 is specced for 2 x 880 Watt @ 4 ohm. The test shows about 600 Watt.

Pro:
+ Low price (FYI, only about €220 for the standard NU3000 in EU)
+ Very low weight
+ Good editing software
+ Effective protection circuits
+ Very high efficiency
+ Stable power output
+ With / without DSP Controller
+ Different models to choose from

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- Non-existing loop through the input signals
- No terminals
- Plastic front panel
- Relatively loud fan

That last thing sounds familiar. Though I read of a user that it's not as loud as the EP2500, but still louder than ideal. It also has a bridge option (3000 W - 4 ohm specced)

I will wait for the NU6000, which is specced for 2 x 3000 W - 4 ohm. My Maelstroms can eat about 1500 W, so this should be ideal.

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i ordered (well my dad did) the inuke 300dsp. Supposed to have been in stock so should have shipped. Once we get it (since ill be th eone setting it up) ill try to play around with it and provide feedback if anyone cares for it. Cant do actual measurements for it but can least try to answer any specific questions people have
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Ive just ordered one as well from Amazon (uk) which claim to have them in stock for a passive radiator build I am about to start. The only reply I have had so far is that I will be notified when its despatched, which hasnt happened yet and its been a week or so thus far. I assume they dont actually have it in stock but time will tell. I hope they do get it to me though because I am interested in having a play with it, and BFD hum issues should no longer be a concern as well.
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Dan that will mean its out off stock. They do that just to get your order. All other sellers advertising them in the Uk are all out of stock. I read the German review on the 3000 and it looks promising.

I am interested in the 6000dsp model for when I get two new single 4 ohms blueprints BDP-04's.
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Yeah I pretty much figured on that one. They listed as having 1 in stock, on every model, which seemed a bit suss but I was hoping they maybe got one of each model in to begin with as stocks might be short.

I only ordered the 3000 as I am only needing to power one driver (an FiQ18D2), but its the DSP thats going to interest me the most. Fingers crossed.
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If it saves ordering a mini dsp then it's defo a winner. Looks very similar, although more basic in what it can offer in terms of flexibility but just under 400 for the 6000DSP you really can go wrong.
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