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The iNUKE NU3000DSP has been tested, results showing 315 watts per channel @ 1000 Hz (stereo) and 230 watts a side @ 40 Hz. Both ratings into an 8 ohm load.

Do you have a link to those tests?

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No new link. 312 watts (not 315, sorry) is from the German site.

http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...r-iNuke-NU3000

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I skimmed the Tools4musik test again, and I didn't read anything about output at 40Hz.

The continuous 1kHz figures you cite came from that review.

There's also an FR graph in that review that shows the NU3000DSP to roll off a bit down low. But nothing too serious: it's down maybe 0.3dB at 20Hz. That's why I'm puzzled where you got the 230W/ch/8Ω @ 40Hz figure.

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I couldn't quickly find the same numbers for a class G/H amp.
Here is some data from Yamaha on their P series amps. It doesn't include full power specs as no amp used for audio at home /HT is going to spend much time there, but maybe you want to extrapolate.

 

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I skimmed the Tools4musik test again, and I didn't read anything about output at 40Hz.

The continuous 1kHz figures you cite came from that review.

There's also an FR graph in that review that shows the NU3000DSP to roll off a bit down low. But nothing too serious: it's down maybe 0.3dB at 20Hz. That's why I'm puzzled where you got the 230W/ch/8Ω @ 40Hz figure.

PE tested out an iNUKE, and got the 230 wpc/8Ω @ 40Hz figure.

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