You make several posts in this thread crapping on Behringer reliability. When someone asked you for references, you post the above thread with the impression there is all kinds of failures, and he should just check out that thread for examples....
There is just one solo guy in that thread complaining about his failed iNuke. Nobody else collaborating -- there are no, #me
toos. I don't hang around this forum as much as I used to for sure, but be fair.... In contrast -- constantly guys are telling people to buy clone amps from Sanway and the like. I don't know one single person who has purchased a clone amp, who hasn't had them fail, not one person... That includes some big names on these forums. @Gorilla83
In contrast I hadn't heard of one single person (save that one guy you've now linked above) who has had an iNuke fail... Even if he isn't alone - the numbers are staggeringly small.
I know dozens of people who've purchased iNuke's, many of these people a pair. Literally, dozens of people.
I've personally purchased
4 - 3000 DSP
6 - 6000 DSP
I've driven them for all their worth on JTR Captivators, and now 8 Sealed UM18-22. Driven them to the point of power cycling --- and I've not had a problem with any of them, nor has anyone I've known.
If there was some sort of tremendous problem with reliability on the iNukes for home theater use - this forum would be littered with stories (especially since so many people were fan modding the original revision units). The likelihood is the iNuke's are probably the most popular home theater subwoofer amplifier by install bass that has ever been --- at least since the previous crowd favorite - the Behringer EP4000.
Your personal distaste for Behringer, and your pollination in many of these home theater AVSforum threads of their reliability issues is undeserved, and definitely not rooted in reality.