Edit - Behringer posted this on their Facebook page in response to a user query:

Behringer unleashes the most powerful iNuke ever. The iNuke 12000 (and the DSP version) can output 12,000 watts (peak), very impressive considering the fact it weighs only 18 lbs and takes up only two rack spaces. The iNuke series is very popular among DIY subwoofer builders as well as home theater enthusiasts thanks to the watts-per-dollar ratio they provide as well as their efficiency and light weight. In general the main gripe regarding the iNuke series of amplifiers is that the RMS rating is lower than the advertised power rating - the iNuke 6000 put out about 4,000 watts or real power. The iNuke 12000DSP doubles that, so real-world power (RMS) should be in the 8,000 watt range - 4,000 per channel - into 2 ohms which should be enough to drive any subwoofer that I am aware of. Retail is expected to be $899 for the 12000 and $999 for the 12000DSP.

Edited by imagic - 2/5/13 at 7:12am

Quote:

QUESTION: "Is the new Inuke NU12000 more powerful than the INuke NU6000? Or is it just stable into 2 ohms. Because the 4ohm and 8ohm specs for Inuke 6000 and the Inuke 12000 are the same."

BEHRINGER: The 12,000 version has actually 2 6000 units inside. So it has double the power. There seems to be an error with the specs. Thanks for highlighting.

BEHRINGER: The 12,000 version has actually 2 6000 units inside. So it has double the power. There seems to be an error with the specs. Thanks for highlighting.

Behringer unleashes the most powerful iNuke ever. The iNuke 12000 (and the DSP version) can output 12,000 watts (peak), very impressive considering the fact it weighs only 18 lbs and takes up only two rack spaces. The iNuke series is very popular among DIY subwoofer builders as well as home theater enthusiasts thanks to the watts-per-dollar ratio they provide as well as their efficiency and light weight. In general the main gripe regarding the iNuke series of amplifiers is that the RMS rating is lower than the advertised power rating - the iNuke 6000 put out about 4,000 watts or real power. The iNuke 12000DSP doubles that, so real-world power (RMS) should be in the 8,000 watt range - 4,000 per channel - into 2 ohms which should be enough to drive any subwoofer that I am aware of. Retail is expected to be $899 for the 12000 and $999 for the 12000DSP.

Quote:

Yes, that’s right—a stereo power amplifier with 6,000 Watts output per channel @ 2 Ohms, or 2 x 3,000 Watts @ 4 Ohms—and it weighs less than 18 lbs. / 8.2 kg. This groundbreaking amplifier is also available in a USB-addressable DSP version, the iNUKE NU12000DSP

http://www.behringer.com/EN/products/NU12000DSP.aspx

http://www.behringer.com/EN/products/NU12000DSP.aspx

Edited by imagic - 2/5/13 at 7:12am