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post #181 of 189 Old 11-06-2013, 06:21 PM
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why's that?

Will rack mount and must have front to back ventilation................I have a 90 CFM blower at the ceiling of my rack which is hooked up to make-up air damper. Is there an amp available with ability to vent as such? Thinking the Yamaha has propensity not use fan much........................
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post #182 of 189 Old 12-22-2013, 08:20 AM
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Modified iNuke 3000DSP using NMB fan from Digikey. Still audible but not as bad as stock fan but with program material playing its not objectionable. My amp is located 5-6 ft away from my main seating position. Will try to remove the shroud completely & place heatsinks on transistors to see if it makes a difference. Forgot to check which way the original fan was oriented before removal. Does the sticker side on the fan face in or out?

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The iNuke DSP works great for me, taming some peaks in the response and making things smoother. The iNuke software limit is 20 Hz, to work below that requires something like the balanced MiniDSP.
Wait, what???
You can't EQ below 20hz with the iNuke?
I almost bought one of these yesterday before I saw this post.
My subs are IB and are very capable of going into the single digits. I would think I would really need <20hz equalization.
Dang. Back to the drawing board for amp selection.
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Wait, what???
You can't EQ below 20hz with the iNuke?
I almost bought one of these yesterday before I saw this post.
My subs are IB and are very capable of going into the single digits. I would think I would really need <20hz equalization.
Dang. Back to the drawing board for amp selection.
Pick up a mini-dsp, and buy a non-dsp inuke.

I don't think any pro-style amps with DSP have functions under 20hz...
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So glad I found this out now!
Thanks!
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Wait, what???
You can't EQ below 20hz with the iNuke?
I almost bought one of these yesterday before I saw this post.
My subs are IB and are very capable of going into the single digits. I would think I would really need <20hz equalization.
Dang. Back to the drawing board for amp selection.
MiniDSP offers several plate amps with integrated DSP. I've not used one yet, but I do intend to.

I wouldn't choose the iNuke series for chasing the single digits either, there are far better choices. Mine starts to roll off below 10 Hz if I recall. Again, in the current configuration, this is of no consequence to me, as the amp rolls off considerably lower than my desired highpass.
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Pick up a mini-dsp, and buy a non-dsp inuke.

I don't think any pro-style amps with DSP have functions under 20hz...
None that I am aware of, in fact some stop at 50 Hz. The DSP implementation in the iNuke is excellent, save for the 20 Hz limit.
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I've asked this before a while back, but you guys have had a lot more MiniDSP experience since then.
Which MiniDSP unit would be the best fit for a Pioneer Elite SC-65 AVR?
Would I be better off contacting someone at MiniDSP about an answer to this question?
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Unless you have a very large room you won't have any room modes <20 Hz, so the workarounds noted elsewhere to get some control down there may be sufficient.

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