Originally Posted by juiceblrc
It looks like you are clipping the amp alot at 1:55. The top light (red) stays on alot. I wonder if the inuke 1000 has enough power for 2 MFW's.
I am using a 3000 DSP with one MFW and it has more than enough power. I am hoping to add a second sub down the road. Maybe another MFW (if I can find one) or I may DIY my own sub.
I agree, I was pushing it, but then I realized it was in the DSP settings. I have since found a balance where at the same knob level I am still getting some great power from them, but not pushing the AMP the same. I am still playing with them to get them just right while I adjust this and that, but so far things are seeming to play very nice and settle down.
Also, if I rewire them in series, then bridge the iNuke, the iNuke is supposed to do 1kw @ 4A in bridge mode. Right now I am getting approx ~400A per channel @ 3A. So this may be another option I can explore to get more out of the current hardware. That would be at least another 200W I could potentially pull out of this NU1000DSP.
I really wanted to buy the 3000W version, I just had the decision to either wait a month, or just pull the trigger. The Talent Unbalanced/Balanced converter was the decider between the 3Kw and the 1Kw, but I decided this was necessary based on all the forums I read and how the converter helped immensely versus the XLR to RCA adapters. So I spent the $49.99 on that instead of the additional $79.99 on the 3Kw. If all worked and it wasn't enough power, I knew I would be able to just get another 1Kw and bridge each one and power a single MFW off each, then I would be sure to have more than enough power. Plus the Converter I bought will handle dual connections allowing me to use two iNukes eventually. Considering that I am not going to be able to push them like this much (I have to wait for the wife to leave to even turn them on), they are fine as they are now. However eventually I may end up buying another iNuke NU1000DSP and running one per MFW.