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  • http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/class-d/213071-behringer-inuke-nu3000-measurements

    Here's a link over at diyaudio.com:

    http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/class...surements.html

    I would not be surprised if these measurements are fairly accurate. In the Inuke 6000 thread I stated my best guess is that amp is barely putting out around 600 watts a channel @8 ohms. If the Inuke 6000 is simply two Inuke 3000's in one box, my initial guess was almost spot on.
    I came, I saw, I purchased.

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    Originally posted by diamonddelts
    Here's a link over at diyaudio.com:

    http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/class...surements.html

    I would not be surprised if these measurements are fairly accurate. In the Inuke 6000 thread I stated my best guess is that amp is barely putting out around 600 watts a channel @8 ohms. If the Inuke 6000 is simply two Inuke 3000's in one box, my initial guess was almost spot on.
    Originally posted by craigsub
    ... would have taken the I-nuke 3000 amp, turned off the limiter, and fed one channel to each driver, giving (let's be generous) 312 watts per driver with severe clipping above 312 watts from this cheap digital amp.
    You guys deserve props for your amp knowledge, good call. :salute:

    So, should we rename it to the i-Nuked 300x2?

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      Diamonddelts - thanks. For those looking for the data without having to look, the I-nuke 3000 delivered 282 watts (20 Hz) into an 8 ohm load before clipping.

      In the GTG from this past January, not only was our SS-18.1 pair run with this same model I-nuke, the limiter was turned off.

      My thoughts on this:

      1. We knew the amp clipped during the GTG.
      2. This test is further proof about how little power our subs were actually being fed.
      3. Our toll free number is still available for Archaea, should he want to call. He is also welcome to PM me here, and send his number. It really would be educational for us both to chat about the effects of using a non-limited, 282 watt amp into a sealed subwoofer system (with a relatively small enclosure) at high SPL levels.

      Archaea - I am available to talk. :)

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