NU3000 test mentioned here:I am considering iNuke3000 or 6000 amp but leaning towards 3000 to run two IXL18 MK2 subs in 4 cuft sealed boxes. They are rated at 4 ohms with 800watts RMS. Not sure if iNuke amps are rated as peak power or RMS power. With 3000 I figured I can just change the fan & get some heatsinks. Not sure if fan swap will be enough to cool the 6000. The amp will be located in the theater room.
You will be sending high current from your iNuke so cable needs speakon (sp) at the amp side and banana plug to a binding plate at the speaker side. I get a 2 post circle binding plate from parts express, while you are cutting you front baffle holes for driver and ports with your router/jig cut hole for binding plate on rear.In the process of building a 12" ported sub with plans to add another if needed and plan to use the iNuke 1000 to power them. I have existing RCA cable runs for my current 2 small powered sub's. I think I've got the connections from my AVR to the iNuke all figured out but am a bit confused as to what my options are at the sub box itself. I'm thinking that a flanged panel mount RCA jack will be the ticket but am not sure. Any guidance or advice is needed and will be greatly appreciated.
Did you see my post right above yours?It isn't mentioned whether the amp has frequency response down to 15 or even 10Hz (for HT use). Does anybody know?
Is it possible to set a HPF lets say from 12Hz upwards through the software for cone excursion pretection?
Hey fellas just wanted a though here since this is iNuke related.
2 Stereo Integrity D2's wired @ 4 ohms in a 6 cubic foot ported box - iNuke 3000 DSP or iNuke 600 DSP?
Prefer to go with the 3000 DSP for cost, but if the 6000 DSP is worth the extra I may do it.
Yes, each sub takes its own channel of the iNuke 3000. Each single D2 can be wired to be a 4 ohm load correct (2 + 2), and each D4 can be wired to be a 2 ohm load (4/2).I assume you are using a single amp channel per driver? You won't be able to get a 4 ohm load with two of those drivers wired together (you may know this, but your post was a little unclear).
I have the NU6000 with each channel feeding a single D2 wired to 4 ohms. I have been contemplating getting two more, to make two dual front facing boxes, but then I'm stuck with either a 2 ohm load or an 8 ohm load (or 0.5 haha). The 8 ohm load would ~halve the power, negating the doubling of drivers, and the iNuke won't be happy with 2 ohms.
In any case, the NU6K is more than enough in my current application.