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Just buy a behringer Inuke 3000 dsp. It's got all your EQ, dsp, hpf, delay etc...... all in one.

The software is pretty cool too.

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Just buy a behringer Inuke 3000 dsp. It's got all your EQ, dsp, hpf, delay etc...... all in one.

The software is pretty cool too.

Job done.
FYI, the DSP version is double the cost that the website linked to in your post... not your fault. Just letting people know who click on it that it's NOT the one with DSP.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Behringer+-+iNUKE+Series+3000W+Stereo+Power+Amplifier/3180126.p?id=1218382963581&skuId=3180126&st=NU3000DSP&cp=1&lp=1
 

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It looks like you can still apply a wide bandwidth filter at 20hz like with a bfd. It doesn't show what it is doing below 20hz but REW will tell you if it is still boosting below it. And if you are not using a hpf then surely it will affect below 20hz. If anyone has an inuke dsp amp would they be willing to give it a go.
 

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I hope to be going back to the UK for a week or so and plan to have a look in on my friend with the pr sub. If we have time and nobody has done this already, I see no reason why we cant do that :T
 

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Hello
I have got my behringer mic2200 and anti-mode 8033 today.but I do not know how to connect them one after another.
I guess that AV receiver > HPF(mic2200)>antimode 8033> EP4000>Sub, that is right?
 

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Can I use bridge mode (behringer EP4000) for my sub(1 AV-15H + 2 15PRs)?
I afraid that my Ep4000 will destroy.

Bridge mode will better than stereo mode?
 

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The driver is rated at 1000 watts an the EP4000 is about 1800-1900 watts rms into 4 ohms so I would not as you very likely will destroy the driver not to mention the PR's. I am not sure what input power Mike based the model on but the EP4000 runs at 650 watts rms into 4 ohms stereo. The other option would have been to get D4 drivers and wire them in series to get 2 ohms which is about 800-1000 watts rms into 2 ohms from the EP4000. If you have the D2 drivers then run it 4 ohms stereo. The difference between 650 and 1000 watts is not going to be massive.
 

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Hello~
I have a question about EP4000.
I connect my AV receiver (RCA output) >HPF(XLR output and input)>anti-mode 8033(RCA output and input)> EP4000 (XLR input)> my sub

The Gain of EP4000 is full.

I use AV receiver's auto setup, than it complete. I see the result of speaker sound level. The sub sound level is full. Other channel level is about middle.

I adjust EP4000's gain to half.
I use AV receiver's auto setup. AV receiver do not detect sub. It become no sub.

So, how to adjust the gain of the ep4000?

My HT is at 1F of my home. When the gain of ep4000 is full, I feel low-frequency is not powerful (no pounding heart feeling). But, when I play kung fu panda, my mother say that the door is shock at 2F.
 
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