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post #1 of 4 Old 02-16-2013, 08:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Thinking of building a sealed 3cuft sub using a flat pack from Erich (DIY) and an UM15-22. What do you guys suggest I use for amplification? I have been considering either the Class D Crown XLS1000 or the more traditional Behringer EP2000.
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I run Behringer EP4000's in my theater setup and absolutely love them! They are the absolute best value for your money. If you can afford the Crown XTI models with DSP then I would recommend those. If you are seeking super low extension then I would stay away from the iNukes as they roll off at 20hz due to some limitations in their DSP. I saw go with the Behringer EP4000 and if you need some EQ you can always add in a miniDsp.
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I run Behringer EP4000's in my theater setup and absolutely love them! They are the absolute best value for your money. If you can afford the Crown XTI models with DSP then I would recommend those. If you are seeking super low extension then I would stay away from the iNukes as they roll off at 20hz due to some limitations in their DSP. I saw go with the Behringer EP4000 and if you need some EQ you can always add in a miniDsp.

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I run Behringer EP4000's in my theater setup and absolutely love them! They are the absolute best value for your money. If you can afford the Crown XTI models with DSP then I would recommend those. If you are seeking super low extension then I would stay away from the iNukes as they roll off at 20hz due to some limitations in their DSP. I saw go with the Behringer EP4000 and if you need some EQ you can always add in a miniDsp.

The Inukes don't roll off at 20hz but rather it is a limitation of the DSP that it does not offer XO's under 20hz which is the same as the XTI series.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/class-d/213071-behringer-inuke-nu3000-measurements.html
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