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  • Behringer Inuke 6000 with DSP

    Is showing as available and ready to ship at Musician'sfriend.com

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-a...NTWXX&ZYXSEM=0

    So who wants to be the first guinea pig for this thing?:biglaugh:
    I came, I saw, I purchased.

  • #2
    I think you would make the perfect candidate. :peeping:
    Denon 4311ci; MINIdsp; XPR-5; LS6 Line Arrays; LS-C Center Channel; A/V-1RS Surounds; Quad DIY LMS-Ultras Powered By LG Clones; Panny AE-8000u; 110" 2:35 Screen; Oppo BDP-103; Belkin PF60; Harmony ONE

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    • #3
      Tempting!

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      • #4
        I have been waiting for this. My next subwoofer upgrade is either another pair of sealed 18.1s, with a DSP amp powering all four sealed subs, or using my Dayton with a pair of VS18.1s.

        Decisions...

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        • #5
          Guys ... I am planning on getting the Nuke 6000 and Peavey IPR 5000 or 7500 forest with the SS- 18.2's as a pair and also the TC Sounds subwoofers. I will be April before testing starts.

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          • #6
            The Nuke 6000 seems too good to be true at that price point and weight. Hopefully, we're in for a surprise ... !
            Don
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            • #7
              How about this amp with the VS18's?

              Also is white the only color option? No black??? What the hell...!

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              • #8
                Inuke 6000 is on the way.
                I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                • #9
                  Good deal, looking forward to your impressions DD :applause:
                  Dana

                  Zu Omen Def's, M22's, QS8's, CHT SHO-10, Dual CHT SS-18.1's, Onkyo TX-NR3008, Mitsubishi WD-73740 73" DLP, Sony PS3

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                  • #10
                    I received the Behringer Inuke 6000 with DSP yesterday. I only had time to play with it a little this morning. From what I've heard thus far I must admit I am not impressed. My Samson SX 3200 gets much louder at lower volume settings.

                    Now I know this can possibly be attributed to a different gain structure but this is disheartening to say the least. I'm only using this amp with my pro monitor right now but it does not seem to power it very well. No way in hell I would use this amp with subs. Though this might be an okay amp for large speakers. Amp does have a great tone in my opinion though I know many people believe you can't hear differences in amps.

                    I will dive into this more tonight when I get off work. But Behringer will always be Behringer. They inflate their numbers too much to ever be considered a serious sub amp.
                    I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                    • #11
                      Okay. I did some fiddling around with the Inuke 6000 again tonight. Downloaded the DSP software from Behringer's website.

                      I only fooled around with a few minor filters tonight. Tried the Butterworth EQ setting at 48 db. Opened up the gain structure a bit with a 5db boost. Boosted the gain in the Dynamic EQ section and just for ****s and giggles boosted the 50hz frequency 5 db just to see if I could get a tickle of midbass slam out of this unit.

                      All I can say is holy ****. This DSP eq can put out boosted midbass slam that makes Audyssey dynamic eq seem faint in comparison. I will continue to research what type of settings other DSP users around the net are using. Also, my friend who is a audio consultant for live shows will be in town from San Antonio so he will help get this eq dialed in if I choose to keep this amp.

                      But for you EQ wizards out there I can attest this DSP is for real. Though I am still not quite convinced about this amp's true rms output. I would like to see this amp bench tested soon.
                      I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for your impressions DD...:salute:

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Bass Addiction
                          Thanks for your impressions DD...:salute:
                          No problem. The DSP function on this amp is simple to use and is just plain awesome. But my gut tells me this amp might be putting out around 550 watts rms @ 8 ohms. Still a very good amp. But eq can only do so much. I don't know if this amp can handle a big sub. But I will try it with my LMS 5400's if they ever get here.
                          I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                          • #14
                            Thanks DD!!!! :D

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by boober
                              Thanks DD!!!! :D
                              No problem boob:D
                              I came, I saw, I purchased.

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