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post #631 of 644 Old 05-18-2014, 01:23 PM
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So how does this part work?..or better yet how do I install it? This hum is driving me crazy!

It installs inline from the wall to my Directv receiver. Make sure you have an extra piece of coax cable to go from the out of this to the directv receiver. I just removed the coax from the back of the receiver, plugged this in and then to the receiver. It works for me but might not work for others, don't know for sure but it was worth the $15 shipped.
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Don't the level lights still blind you?

I just ended up covering all the lights with masking tape. It's still bright enough through the tape.

I still see them a bit through the felt, I may put electrical tape over them.

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I still see them a bit through the felt, I may put electrical tape over them.

I used blue masking tape, and I still see them, but it darkens it enough it isn't annoying. I still want to be able to see what it's doing, I just don't want to be blinded by it.
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Can anyone tell me what CFM the stock fans push on the inuke 1000? I am about to do the mod, but want to make sure it is getting enough air.

Also, I assume it voids the warranty to do that? I am giving up a 3 year warranty in Germany if I go that route, so want to make sure I don't jip it of air flow...
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I still see them a bit through the felt, I may put electrical tape over them.

Or a black permanent marker?
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If you do the mod carefully, you won't damage anything, so un-doing it in the future is possible if you need to.

Just go with any of the fans recommended here (or check their specs and at least meet them) and you should be fine.


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Anyone have issues with their inuke shutting down periodically? Didn't have problem a while ago, but it's starting to get hotter here (and by hot, I mean 70deg :P). Wondering if the fan mod is causing low flow resulting in thermal shut-off. I swapped stock for 2x http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005ZF64TQ/
may need higher flow without the super loud stock.
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Anyone have issues with their inuke shutting down periodically? Didn't have problem a while ago, but it's starting to get hotter here (and by hot, I mean 70deg :P). Wondering if the fan mod is causing low flow resulting in thermal shut-off. I swapped stock for 2x http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005ZF64TQ/
may need higher flow without the super loud stock.

I use those same fans. Are you sure the fans are still running? The connection comes loose easily.

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I use those same fans. Are you sure the fans are still running? The connection comes loose easily.
Actually, I think the problem is something else. The amp felt cool under load, and the fans were blowing. Trying to think of what else will cause the amp to shut down into protection for a second then restart (happened at loud and quiet times).
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Actually, I think the problem is something else. The amp felt cool under load, and the fans were blowing. Trying to think of what else will cause the amp to shut down into protection for a second then restart (happened at loud and quiet times).

Mine did that once, then exhibited other odd behavior. Now it's dead going on 2 weeks sent out for RMA. I did not mod mine either.

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The inuke DSP 12,000 is on sale at <$800 at amazon. (new price?)
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-NU12...inuke+dsp+6000

Did the issue on these with the wrong firmware ever get ironed out?

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The inuke DSP 12,000 is on sale at <$800 at amazon. (new price?)
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-NU12...inuke+dsp+6000

Did the issue on these with the wrong firmware ever get ironed out?
@Mfusick pointed that out to me last night. According to a amazon price tracking site its the cheapest price every listed.

http://camelcamelcamel.com/Behringer...uct/B00HRKWS0Q

Do they use a 220 volt plug? Anyone remember?

This is almost the same price as a clone amp, for the reliability factor alone that would make me want to go with a behringer over it. Its still no 14,000 watt rms but this does have 4000rms per channel @ 2 ohms with DSP.
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Did you find a site that tested output? The results that Brian, from speakerpower returned were a little disappointing right, unless you do need 2 ohm operation, you're just as well off to buy the dsp 6000 right? Now that it's basically double the 6000 in price it makes more sense though.

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That's how I understand it. Just a 6000 that is 2 ohm stable. Not worth double the price.

I'd much rather have a clone amp.
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