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One inuke3000dsp to power vbss and transducers?

I know this is basic and I think it can be done but I'd like to verify from an expert. Can I run a set of 4 transducers off of one channel of an inuke 3000 and the other channel powering a set of vbss subs? I believe with the right transducers I can get to the correct ohm load on both channels. From what I'm reading one channel of the 3000 will power the vbss well. The other will be more then enough for the transducers but I could just turn them down correct?

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Yes this should be possible. You will want to run the amp in dual mono or bi-amp mode. As long as both channels have a load that is equal or greater then 2 ohms you should be good.
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I know this is basic and I think it can be done but I'd like to verify from an expert. Can I run a set of 4 transducers off of one channel of an inuke 3000 and the other channel powering a set of vbss subs? I believe with the right transducers I can get to the correct ohm load on both channels. From what I'm reading one channel of the 3000 will power the vbss well. The other will be more then enough for the transducers but I could just turn them down correct?

Thanks for any feedback.
OP, did you ever do this? I'm thinking about running 4x transducers for a 4ohm load with one channel of my Inuke 3000DSP.
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Same here.... please update.


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Butt shakers are just like different sub configurations and need various amounts of juice depending on the set up...

I have an inuke 3000dsp powering a ported 10+ cu.ft. si18 v1 at 2ohm off one channel and 2 aura butt shakers at 8 ohm on the other channel. The auras are rated at 75 max but can take more in short bursts (around double so far over 6 of them with no failures for me yet in 2 different setups).

Match the watts available based on resistance to the ratings on the transducer (s) and I would over power them 33.675% and you could be good. Use the measured power output from the knockerNY on this site for the power rating though.
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