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Inuke NU3000DSP for single Ultimax 15 or Ultimax 18

Hello.
I want to use NU3000DSP as amplifier for home theatre sub. And I want understand options. Is it enough for single sub based on Ultimax 15 or 18?
If to ask question in more details:
1) Help me understand, please. What is long time RMS bridged power for 4 Ohm?
2) Is it enough for both Ultimax subwofer models? Will any of them blow up or will be underpowered?
3) If I use stereo mode and will use one channel in 4 Ohm for sub while the second channel will be unused, will it somehow negatively affect the amp?
4) If I use only one channel as described in 3rd question, what can I do with the second one? Is it possible to use them independently? And the stupid question: can I use the second channel for stereo amping of some pair of speakers?
5) At the very first I wanted to but dayton audio amplifier plate from parts-epxress (1000 Watt + DSP), later on I found a better price for Inuke. Is Inuke's DSP enough for quality sub sound? Can it considered as replacement for plate's DSP? Or... is there some significant changes?

I've read thread - avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/1533577-ok-more-amplifier-questions-ultimax-15-inuke-nu3000dsp.html
But there said about two subs.
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bridged NU3000DSP / NX3000D is good power for one UM18.

the amp's continuous power is about 1100 watts or so.

the limiter can take that down a hair for the um15 if you are concerned that you will blow it up.

neither driver is the right choice for blasting long duration high output music. for movie content either driver in the right cab can be a great value.
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neither driver is the right choice for blasting long duration high output music. for movie content either driver in the right cab can be a great value.
What driver would you advise for music of +/- equal price? Or for both: music and movies - if it is possible?
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it depends on your priorities.

if space is more important than money, LaVoce SAN214.50 (two of them). that will get you about the same low end as the um18, but with much more mid-bass for music blasting.

if money is more important than space, Dayton PA460's (six of them). that will get you about the same low end as the um18, but with much more mid-bass for music blasting. :-)

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