Am I mistaken when I thought I read $899 for the non DSP model?
I just bought two 6000DSP models for $399ea.
February 2017 - Kansas City Home Theater Crawl
As a FYI, A 20A breaker will do 100A for over a second!
I have sold and used Behringer nu6000 amps aprox 2000@4 ohms (forget peaks or continuous @ certain freq we all kno. these are monster amps and with 3 yr warranty.. for the price buy some spares and you will never be down. I have never had one go down.. although I deal with alot of DJs who can.. last one blew a side bc running 2ohms a side when I told them no.. have seen them in use for sound production companys 1 nu6000 per 2 double 18 subs.. not missing a beat.. the inuke12000 is nice but why? just buy 2 6000s and for monitors nu46000 4 ch amp sweet.. light weight and doesn't break the back or the bank.. and yes I am a dealer.. the only other amps i use are yorkville 6040/6020 class H.. I came across this forum looking for review of the nu12000 which is available.. st price $999.. now if they make a 4 ch version I will buy immediately..(no review needed considering warranty) Rock On...
And "Phrase Mixing?!!!" My forté.
I am so very happy to say that Vinyl is making a big return (never really left in "real DJ" circles) and Turntables from the Technics (SL1200MKI-II) that I use(d) and very ("very") expensive ones that are now an art, have always been available. Kids these days are learning that vinyl is better. The tide is re-turning. But to tie this to the topic, that means newer higher efficiency systems are going to be needed that can handle the dynamics of vinyl that is lost in digital. Although these are digital amps, I think they will make the bridge nicely. What with big things that have been done, everyone has to go bigger and better. These amps will make it easier and simpler to power the "Mega-Systems" of the future and work in all the technical aspects in building a big system that need to be considered. Already, some turntable manufacturers are putting onboard preamps in the tables since the other equipment has dropped that capability. It's going to be a very universal world. Once again that's where products such as these amps will play an integral part.
A big system that I am working on now, the owners want vinyl capability. I'm planning on using these amps to power the mains and variations of these amps for the rest of the room.
The answer is...it depends.
Most of the guys in the DIY forum don't like the way the Audyssey calibrates their bass (flat). They like to be able to adjust frequencies independently of each other. If you like the bass that you get from the Audyssey calibration, then no you wouldn't need the DSP for that.
However, the DSP has a high pass filter you can set around 20 hz to protect your subs. This is especially useful if you use ported subs.
Hope this helps.
i was refer 2 nu12000,, if they made an nu412000.. that would be a no brainer. although I prefer H class low end. got to learn to post like that.. nice
as stated above I deal with the stuff and one thing i will do is tell you when something is good or its crap.. and only from experience.