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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bmholbro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 July 2015 at 3:05am
I'm not sure what the benefit would be in the NU-4 6000 unit versus the regular unit since it essentially is the other in bridged form.  

As far as the Berry not being pro gear... it definitely isn't comparable to the more costly options out there.  I picked up mine mostly because I was looking for an inexpensive short-term solution to drive a pair of budget dual 18s.  I use it for my own house/techno parties at mid sized clubs and warehouses a half dozen times a year.  After a few events using it I decided I could live with the amp long term. I picked up a 2nd unit primarily because by brand I don't fully trust it and occasionally I rent another pair of subs so having it saves me some rental $s.  For what we use them for the subs do what they are supposed to do... they sound fine. The DSP feature is nice for added convenience if I am setting the subs up alone in a venue and not with the rest of my system since I don't have to use by drive rack.  

I'm not going to go start a rental company with these things, but for our usage and the subs I have they do fine.  

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote osse Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 August 2015 at 3:39pm
Has anyone tried one of these amps on a true sine generator, for example one of these Kipor sinemaster 2600 generators and would it work?

http://www.poweredbykipor.com/pdf/owner/IG1000-IG2000-IG2600-CARB-OwnersManual.pdf

I've had a Peavey IPR 1600 which was destroyed on a generator(not that model I think) and it would be sad if the same thing happened with an iNuke.
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Dear Teslaman,

I am looking for a circuit diagram of the Behringer NU6000 Amp. Do you know where i can find it?

Kind regards, Dennis
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Originally posted by osse osse wrote:

Has anyone tried one of these amps on a true sine generator, for example one of these Kipor sinemaster 2600 generators and would it work?

http://www.poweredbykipor.com/pdf/owner/IG1000-IG2000-IG2600-CARB-OwnersManual.pdf

I've had a Peavey IPR 1600 which was destroyed on a generator(not that model I think) and it would be sad if the same thing happened with an iNuke.
 
That generator is nowhere near big enough to run either of the amps reviewed here. You need to look for at least a 6 kVA set.  Avoid small petrol generators altogether and use a decent diesel set.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote all bass Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 September 2015 at 1:58pm
Originally posted by Dennis Speijer Dennis Speijer wrote:

Dear Teslaman,

I am looking for a circuit diagram of the Behringer NU6000 Amp. Do you know where i can find it?

Kind regards, Dennis

Behringer doesn't hand out any circuit diagrams as far as i know. Is the 3 year warrant period already over?
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I am not sure. The guy i am repairing it for should know. I'll ask him, but i don't think so otherwise he wouldn't have asked me. I replaced a component already but it keeps staying in it's protective mode, so i have to dig deeper. That's why i thought i'd ask anyone on this forum.

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Hi,
 
Could somebody write what is writen on IC4 and C45? And make good resolution photo of whole PCB and send to email mailto:byradzio2+replay@gmail.com - byradzio2+replay@gmail.com ?
 
it`s over here:


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Hi, Components values below are from a INUKE 3000 diagram and i assume they are the same on the 6000 ?????. Hope this helps

IC4 = VIPER22.
C45 = 1000UF 6.3 Volts.

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Hi Byradzio,

I made a pic of IC4 for you but i cannot post it on this forum. Beats me why but it says:
VIPer22A
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Hi Byradzio,

The capacitor is a 103j400 type. I searched on the internet and i believe it says: 0.01uF 200V/AC 400V/DC.

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Originally posted by Dennis Speijer Dennis Speijer wrote:

Hi Byradzio,

I made a pic of IC4 for you but i cannot post it on this forum. Beats me why but it says:
VIPer22A
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regards, Dennis

Could you sens pics to mail please, byradzio2@gmail.com
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Thank you very much, too all of you for your help :-D
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