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Originally posted by mini-mad mini-mad wrote:

.....come on! They are not THAT bad. If it starts feeling a little bit squeeky bum stick a desk fan aimmed at it and force the damn thing to keep cool!.

The EP range wernt so bad... maybe these will play nice and do a good job.

...failing that rip the SMPS out and stick in a big old tranny and keep smiling.


Yeah, but EP were QSC RMX with cheaper trannies and PSU, just as TAPCO (IIRC) had bigger PSU and better mossies.

So the EP topolgy was pretty decent, just cheaper components - iNuke is a whole new deal.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mini-mad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 October 2014 at 10:09pm
It apears from the read ups it IS the smps that kills them.

Would be nice to get hold of one and hook up a nice over sized tranny to it to see how well she holds up.

If it sounds like a gorilla is trying to escape, turn it down.
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I think you will be suprised
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Report please Jammin!

Was all well? How did it sound?

Allways interesting to get proper opinions on budget amps in real user conditions,as these sort of amps are the ones that most of us on here can afford.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jammin75 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 November 2014 at 9:57am
right guys no fireworks Big smile i set up was runnin mids and tops on 1 side subs on the other my subs have no crossovers so after a little set up had everything runnin  40hz + 6db boost and 5 db gain on the sub channel first few tracks were reggae so i could tune system was suprised by the ouput and sound was heavy and landlord came over bass too heavy rattling things upstairs in the hotel bit LOL anyway turned it down a little over the nite i took it to just under clip on both channels to see what it could do plenty of volume and supplied more than enuff bass for most people's need's . My personal thoughts are on midtop duty it sounds ok with a bit of a tune sum people mite like it i prefer the sound of my heavy amp if bein honest and on bass duty its does a very good job can hold the notes and sounds nice . So for the price its a nice bit of kit and if kept within its limits does a very job how reliable it is time will tell its goin back out again tonite Smile


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Originally posted by lickweed lickweed wrote:

I think you will be suprised



yes was Wink  i was expectin tin can bass from the inuke and that defo was not the case i think a lot of peeps wud be suprised if they actually used one Smile
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Does it get warm,or runs quite cool?
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i checked thru the nite it was cool runnin all nite from 8 till 1.30 the last 1 hour was playin sum heavy tunes had thumbs up from peeps about the bass sayin it wa nice and heavy we had a lot of bass spl on our stage dun its job really well Smile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MattStolton Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 November 2014 at 1:16pm
Fair play - and thanks for a seemingly unbiased review of its capabilities. 2 ohm next time?

Perhaps we should have an award for "Biggest Bollocks" - awarded for brave services to enlighten the SP Forum....
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If I rememer right, the 6000 is 2x 3000's permanently bridged, so minimum load is 4ohm
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Originally posted by MattStolton MattStolton wrote:

Fair play - and thanks for a seemingly unbiased review of its capabilities. 2 ohm next time?

Perhaps we should have an award for "Biggest Bollocks" - awarded for brave services to enlighten the SP Forum....




LOLLOLLOL i took a risk with the amp cud have backfired on me but it didnt and will be usin it every week at least i wanted to let peeps know how it was for me wudnt try it on 2 ohm i have a sae toroidal for that which on 4 ohm bridge always delivers the goods !!  i wudnt use the inuke on my scoops i only wanted it for disco duty and it does that no probs Smile


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote crossed Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 November 2014 at 4:51pm
I use this amp to run 2 eminence sigma pro18 loaded cubos per channel . I'm not a pro, so it isn't in daily use, in reality only 2 or 3 times a month, so it works fine for me.  When I bought it, I figured I'm the demographic for this amp.  Hobbyist who wants a lot of power, but wants it cheap.  As someone who doesn't make money from his hobby, I just couldn't have afforded a "real" amp with this much power.  So far it's never gotten hot and has never faltered with what Ive needed. 



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