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  • iNUKE NU12000DSP

    Behringer has a new flagship amp to be released for the Inuke series.

    http://www.behringer.com/EN/products/NU12000DSP.aspx
    I came, I saw, I purchased.

  • #2
    wonder what the price will be.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by stormwind13
      wonder what the price will be.

      MAP listing for Non DSP is $899

      MAP listing for DSP model is $999.

      Ive really wanted an amp that is a true 1100-1300 watts a channel @ 8 ohms. The nu6000 was darn close. Though this could be the amp Ive been searching for. However I don't want to wait forever. I wonder what is a realistic release date for this amp.
      I came, I saw, I purchased.

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      • #4
        Most of the processes to manufacture this should already be in place. I would be surprised if production hasn't already started.

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        • #5
          At the bottom of the Behringer link. Looks like production has started and it won't be long before it's available here.

          "This product is currently not available for sale in the United States and Canada pending verification of compliance with applicable technical standards and regulations."

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tesseract
            At the bottom of the Behringer link. Looks like production has started and it won't be long before it's available here.

            "This product is currently not available for sale in the United States and Canada pending verification of compliance with applicable technical standards and regulations."
            I saw that at the bottom of their description. Man I'm hoping these puppies are released soon. I would hate to purchase the CV 5000 amp and this bad boy turns out to be more powerful. I am now a believer in the Inuke line and I merely wanted a few hundred more watts of power. This bad boy should do nicely.
            I came, I saw, I purchased.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by diamonddelts
              MAP listing for Non DSP is $899

              MAP listing for DSP model is $999.

              Ive really wanted an amp that is a true 1100-1300 watts a channel @ 8 ohms. The nu6000 was darn close. Though this could be the amp Ive been searching for. However I don't want to wait forever. I wonder what is a realistic release date for this amp.
              The power figures at 8 and 4 ohms are the same as the inuke6k? It seems like they have have beefed up the power supply from the 6k and made it 2 ohm stable.

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              • #8
                I just wonder, when run full tilt if the 6000 can draw 80amps (in a very peaky waveform - average much lower), what kind of peaks will the 12000 hit?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Gorilla83
                  The power figures at 8 and 4 ohms are the same as the inuke6k? It seems like they have have beefed up the power supply from the 6k and made it 2 ohm stable.
                  I noticed this yesterday as well. I thought maybe they forgot to update the specs? Or else why come out with another amp with the same 8 and 4 ohm specs as the 6000? That would be a waste of time in my opinion.
                  I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by diamonddelts
                    I noticed this yesterday as well. I thought maybe they forgot to update the specs? Or else why come out with another amp with the same 8 and 4 ohm specs as the 6000? That would be a waste of time in my opinion.
                    It's 2 ohm stable so they can in theory double the wattage and market it as the 12k? :D

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Gorilla83
                      It's 2 ohm stable so they can in theory double the wattage and market it as the 12k? :D
                      Lol only Behringer. I sincerely hope this is not the case but who knows with them. I understand they play the shock game with their bull**** peak power ratings as their main selling point. However if 2 ohm stability is the only thing separating this amp from the 6000, then that would be a all new low for Behringer in my opinion.
                      I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                      • #12
                        I wrote Behringer on Facebook and questioned them about the specs of the INuke 1NU12000. Here is their response "The 12,000 version has actually 2 6000 units inside. So it has double the power. There seems to be an error with the specs. Thanks for highlighting."

                        So going by this response the Inuke 12000 will be two 6000's in one unit which is exactly what I wanted. I will be purchasing two of these amps as soon as they are released. This could be EPIC,
                        I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by diamonddelts
                          I wrote Behringer on Facebook and questioned them about the specs of the INuke 1NU12000. Here is their response "The 12,000 version has actually 2 6000 units inside. So it has double the power. There seems to be an error with the specs. Thanks for highlighting."

                          So going by this response the Inuke 12000 will be two 6000's in one unit which is exactly what I wanted. I will be purchasing two of these amps as soon as they are released. This could be EPIC,
                          So each channel would be equivalent to a bridged 6000? If so, you can count me in for 1, if not 2 of them for sure!

                          I'm hoping they update the specs to something other than 3000W 'peak' at 4 ohm. :)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Gorilla83
                            So each channel would be equivalent to a bridged 6000? If so, you can count me in for 1, if not 2 of them for sure!

                            I'm hoping they update the specs to something other than 3000W 'peak' at 4 ohm. :)
                            Yep. Going by the response it will be two bridged 6000's in one unit. I also sent a response asking if they have a release date yet. Be sure to spread the news to the guys in the diy forum at AVS. I'll be hovering in the shadows as always over there watching their reactions to the news today.
                            I came, I saw, I purchased.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by diamonddelts
                              Yep. Going by the response it will be two bridged 6000's in one unit. I also sent a response asking if they have a release date yet. Be sure to spread the news to the guys in the diy forum at AVS. I'll be hovering in the shadows as always over there watching their reactions to the news today.
                              I definitely will, thanks for the info! Keep us posted if you hear anything new. I suppose I should follow them on FB too.

                              Edit - Found your post. :)

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