Does anyone have a recommendation for a room calibration package, that comes with mic and software, so once I get my sub ready I can take measurements? Would ARC 2 work for a home setup?
Although I might not need a mic, I have a Digital Sound Level Meter, from Intellisafe Smart Sensor, model AR824...is that a good one? I got it from an estate cleanout...doesn't have the foam windsock though...
Originally Posted by imagic
You should probably consider the two amps to be the same for all practical purposes as far as RMS wattage. The Crown is all metal and very 'pro' looking, the iNuke is made of plastic but really delivers the goods in terms of power per $. It has no issues with sine waves in the single digits and any other bass torutre test you throw at it. Just make sure you don't exceed the minimum rated impedance (2 ohms on the 1000).
Man, amazon has new 3000DSP iNukes for less than three sixty shipped...that would just about do me right, that's enough wattage to cover my future upgrade to two Epics. At 2 x 880 Watts into 4 Ohms, that would push two Epic 12's nicely. Or, I can wire in parallel to present a 2 ohm load per Epic, correct? That would give me 1500 watts x 2...that's good headroom.
EDIT: nevermind, if I wired parallel it would be a 1 ohm load per speaker.Edited by mfrey0118 - 10/4/12 at 3:31pm