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    Want to submit a review for the reviews section?

    How can you help djf by submitting a review?

    Its simple, post the review and past the link in this thread


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    Sure, I'll get a review of my mackie thumps for beginners up later today.
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    I've got PLENTY of powered speaker reviews! Will try to post tonight...

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    Video Review of IPR 3000's soon.
    www.youtube.com/661herreras ,check it im coming up.

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    Behringer iNUKE NU6000 Power Amp Review.

    Their Specs..
    Maximum output power
    Stereo
    8 Ω per channel, stereo 1500 W
    4 Ω per channel, stereo 3000 W
    2 Ω per channel, stereo
    Bridged mono
    8 Ω
    4 Ω
    RMS
    Stereo
    8 Ω per channel, stereo 1100 W
    4 Ω per channel, stereo 2200 W

    First impressions

    Its light.
    Can this thing actually drive pro speakers?
    Fit and finish is great. (I like the silver and black)
    All the proper inputs, outputs, meters, gain controls, and crossover features are there.
    There is two cooling fans.
    Comes with a very thick power cord.

    Sonic test.

    I put this in my rack to replace my QSC PLX3402 which powered my tops.
    Sonically the amp fine it passes the signal neutrally all the way up to clipping (it was hard to clip this amp in the room i was in because the spl was unbearable loud)
    Amp has built in crossover and it did its job but I will be using a separate DSP.
    At 400 watts rms per channel @ 8 ohm more than the QSC I have a bit more headroom to play with.
    On bass it slams hard and plays deep. I drove a set of direct radiating 18's first and then 4 folded horns (2 per channel).

    Conclusion

    Great amp.
    Light and powerful.
    Sounds great
    Reliable? (will tell you in a few months)

    PS:

    I know many here shun Behringer but I have speakers, DSP's and rack mixer from them and had not a problem with any of them ad some pieces are 4 years old.
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    Between the Behringer INUKE line of amps, the Peavey IPR line of amps & the QSC GX line of amps it's a great time to be a DJ on a budget without having to skimp on power or features. Each of these companies have put out solid amps but it will be interesting to see what the long run holds for these amps in question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drzinc View Post
    Behringer iNUKE NU6000 Power Amp Review.

    Their Specs..
    Maximum output power
    Stereo
    8 Ω per channel, stereo 1500 W
    4 Ω per channel, stereo 3000 W
    2 Ω per channel, stereo —
    Bridged mono
    8 Ω —
    4 Ω —
    RMS
    Stereo
    8 Ω per channel, stereo 1100 W
    4 Ω per channel, stereo 2200 W

    First impressions

    Its light.
    Can this thing actually drive pro speakers?
    Fit and finish is great. (I like the silver and black)
    All the proper inputs, outputs, meters, gain controls, and crossover features are there.
    There is two cooling fans.
    Comes with a very thick power cord.

    Sonic test.

    I put this in my rack to replace my QSC PLX3402 which powered my tops.
    Sonically the amp fine it passes the signal neutrally all the way up to clipping (it was hard to clip this amp in the room i was in because the spl was unbearable loud)
    Amp has built in crossover and it did its job but I will be using a separate DSP.
    At 400 watts rms per channel @ 8 ohm more than the QSC I have a bit more headroom to play with.
    On bass it slams hard and plays deep. I drove a set of direct radiating 18's first and then 4 folded horns (2 per channel).

    Conclusion

    Great amp.
    Light and powerful.
    Sounds great
    Reliable? (will tell you in a few months)

    PS:

    I know many here shun Behringer but I have speakers, DSP's and rack mixer from them and had not a problem with any of them ad some pieces are 4 years old.
    Pictures and Videos ?
    www.youtube.com/661herreras ,check it im coming up.

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    M - Audio GSR-10 Powered speaker review.

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...4937#post54937

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    Cerwin vega CVA-115 Active 15" Sub review:

    For your consideration

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...uot-Active-Sub

    -Greg

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    Just submitted my review for the QSC GX5 amp.

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...5244#post65244

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