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  • Inuke nu6000dsp or XTI 4002

    I have to buy a new amp.

     

    I will be using the amp on my SRX712 for Monitors.

     

    Inuke's any good for sub duty?

     

    Thanks


  • #2

    What about QSC?

    Anything ~600-800 watts per channel at 8 ohms is fine, potential reliability issues are your call.

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    • twostone
      twostone commented
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      agedhorse wrote:

      What about QSC?

      Anything ~600-800 watts per channel at 8 ohms is fine, potential reliability issues are your call.


      ^
      This since they have 6 year warranty and long track record of reliability.


  • #3

    They are in different leagues price wise. I can get a pair of 6000's for what a XTI runs.

    I am using the 6000dsp for subs but I know their limitations. I would have picked up something else if the budget would have allowed it. You can bridge the XTI or run it 2 ohm stereo, you can't do that with the berry.  

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    • RoadRanger
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      jonthomas wrote:

      I am using the 6000dsp for subs but I know their limitations. I would have picked up something else if the budget would have allowed it. You can bridge the XTI or run it 2 ohm stereo, you can't do that with the berry.  


      The iNuke6000 is already bridged - it's a pair of iNuke3000's in one case permanently bridged. So, what subs do you have that need more that it's 1200w into each 8 ohm driver?

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