Received the NX3000D this week to revive a dead Epik Empire sub. Sadly, I seem to be having issues getting the signal/power to the drivers in the Empire. Would definitely appreciate any tips as I continue to troubleshoot. It seems I am good on the input side of things - using an RCA to TS adapter on the input, and can see the signal/limit lights illuminate as I send signal through to test with. Output wise, however, I can just barely perceive any signal/power coming through to the drivers. I am using a speakon cable, and have wired a speakon connection to the bare wires fo the Epik drivers to match, and have double-checked the 1+/1- placements through both the cable and my wiring at the Epik terminal. I haven’t made any adjustments to the DSP at this point, and have tried both Dual and Bridge modes. So far, I’m basically not getting any power to the drivers of the Empire, no matter how high I turn up the gain on the NX3000D.
Are speakon connectors particularly finicky? I do notice it didn’t naturally click/lock on the rear panel of the NX3000D, though I can push the lock mechanism in a bit to secure it. But is a full lock required for power/signal to pass through? Any troubleshooting tips from those with experience on the iNuke? I did pick up 2 speakon cables, so have tested between the 2, and will soon just test with one of them to terminate at bare speaker wire to connect directly to the bare speaker wire of the Empire. But beyond that, I am quickly running out of ideas.