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Help with Inuke3000dsp needed

I know its Christmas eve, but can someone give me their settings from the inuke remote screens I do not think I have them right. Info: Marty cube with 18" D4 (wonderfully constructed by the master himself) thanks Donny. Room size 15x20 x8. I have it set for bridged. I get lost when i get to the four screens in the remote sw program.
More info: Receiver is a Yamaha speakers set to small xover set to 80.

I will try to get pics of my current settings. I just want to see if I need to tweak it just a tad. Or buy a second unit.

Merry Christmas to all and forget about that silent night stuff I want a amp that goes to 11
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Why not just use front panel controls. I find it fast and easy. What settings do you want to change ?
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I don't think you can use the D4 in bridged mode unless you run it in series at 8 ohms which is a waste of that amps potential. You could wire in parallel and use one channel of inuke at 2 ohms. And then switch inuke off of bridged.
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Why not just use front panel controls. I find it fast and easy. What settings do you want to change ?
Not using the front panel for two reasons. 1 it is on the ground right now and hard for this old man to bend over to read. 2. I keep pushing the buttons and getting lost (yes I am the one from the 80s with the blinking clock on his vcr).
The sub sounds great but I just want to be sure I am totally dialed in.
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Not using the front panel for two reasons. 1 it is on the ground right now and hard for this old man to bend over to read. 2. I keep pushing the buttons and getting lost (yes I am the one from the 80s with the blinking clock on his vcr).
The sub sounds great but I just want to be sure I am totally dialed in.
Need some measurements to know. If you don't have spl meter then your cell phone is ok for rough estimate. Download test tones from audiocheck.
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I don't think you can use the D4 in bridged mode unless you run it in series at 8 ohms which is a waste of that amps potential. You could wire in parallel and use one channel of inuke at 2 ohms. And then switch inuke off of bridged.

If he's only got one sub right now, it doesn't really matter, probably an easier load on the amp at 8 ohms bridged as well. Easy to change when he adds a second one.
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