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Behringer NU3000DSP iNUKE 3000 Watt Power Amplifier with DSP

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The NU3000DSP is part of the iNUKE Series amplifiers by Behringer with DSP that delivers up to 3,000 watts 4 ohms bridge mode.
  • Delivers 2 x 1,500 watts into 2 ohms, 2 x 880 watts into 4 ohms, 3,000 watts into 4 ohms (bridge mode) and weighs less than 8 lbs.
  • Ultimate reliability through revolutionary cool-running High-Density Class-D technology with "near-zero" thermal buildup
  • Ultra-efficient switch-mode power supply for noise-free audio, superior transient response and low power consumption
  • High-performance DSP and 24-bit/96 kHz converters deliver ultimate signal integrity and extreme dynamic range
  • DSP section features sophisticated delay, crossover (3 filter types, up to 48 dB/octave), EQ (8 parametric, 2 dynamic), dynamics processing and lockable security settings
  • Front panel LCD display enables setup and adjustment without PC
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany
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Weight: 9.8 lbs.  
Due In: 4/25/2014
List Price$419.99
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Behringer NU3000DSP iNUKE 3000 Watt Power Amplifier with DSP

Behringer has spent years fine-tuning the high-density Class-D technology that gives the iNUKE Series its oomph. By carefully selecting transistors with extremely high slew rates and optimizing other proprietary parts of our circuitry, these amps react instantly to even the most demanding electronic bass impulses. The revolutionary high-density Class-D technology combined with ultra-efficient switch-mode power supplies ensures these feather-light powerhouses will drive your rig effortlessly for many years to come.

When this amazing amplifier technology is combined with our state-of-the-art switching-mode power supplies, these amplifiers provide tremendous punch. And because they are so much more efficient than conventional designs, they run cooler and don’t require the massive heat sinks and heavy toroid transformers typically associated with their conventional counterparts.

The front panel controls and indicators provide your system’s vital signs at a glance. After pressing the Power button, the Power LED lights to show the amp is ready for action. All channels feature positive-detent Gain controls with Signal LEDs that light when a signal is present, as well as clip LEDs to indicate when the signal is distorted and you need to reduce the input signal.

The rear panel is just as elegant, with combo XLR and 1/4" TRS input connectors making the iNUKE compatible with virtually any source, balanced or unbalanced. Professional twist-lock speaker sockets are provided to ensure every drop of output power gets to your loudspeakers. The rear panel is also where you'll find the switches that enable iNUKE amps to work in either dual mono, stereo or mono bridge mode. A built-in crossover switch enables the amp to operate in biamp mode, sending low frequency content to passive subwoofers, while the high frequency output is channeled to full range loudspeakers.

For sound engineers requiring high-level control capability, iNUKE DSP Series amplifiers come ready for action right out-of-the-box. The built-in DSP and 24-bit/96 kHz converters ensure the ultimate signal integrity with an extremely broad dynamic range. DSP functions include a sophisticated delay for delay-line loudspeakers, crossover, EQ (eight parametric, two dynamic), and dynamics processing with lockable security settings. A convenient front panel LCD display allows you to setup and make adjustments directly at the amplifier, without the need for a PC. All iNUKE DSP models can also be set up, controlled and monitored via the front panel USB connector.

Sporting massive output ratings, lightweight Class-D technology, an equally lightweight price tag, and all the amenities a professional audio engineer could ask for, Behringer iNUKE amplifiers are serious amps for the most demanding applications.

Specifications: • Output power (per channel, stereo): 315 watts RMS, 440 watts peak (8 ohms), 680 watts RMS, 880 watts peak (4 ohms), 1040 watts RMS, 1520 watts peak (2 ohms)  • Output power (bridged mono): 1250 watts RMS, 1520 watts peak (8 ohms), 2050 watts RMS, 3000 watts peak (4 ohms).

Product Specifications
  • Power Output (RMS Per Channel @ 8 ohms)440 Watts
  • Output Channels2
  • Weight Range< 10 lbs.
Behringer NU3000DSP iNUKE 3000 Watt Power Amplifier with DSP
  • BrandBehringer
  • ModelNU3000DSP
  • Part Number248-6706
  • UPC705105166483
  • Product CategoryAmplifiers - Live Sound
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (2 Reviews)
  • Weight9.8 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Behringer NU3000DSP iNUKE 3000 Watt Power Amplifier with DSP is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best valueYou can't beat the flexibility of the DSP for the price. I used this amp for an HT subwoofer application and couldn't be happier so far. Be sure and look up bench test results, you will find this amp only outputs its full rated power for a short term and is capable of a bit less continuous. As long as you know what you are getting it's really difficult to find another amp with the DSP and this much power. The weight savings of the Class D is another plus. I recommend adding heatsinks to the power transistors so the amp runs cooler and quieter.
Date published: 2014-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick comments1. Small and light, and feels reasonably well built, though it's by no means a tank.2. DSP software is pretty easy to use. Changes made on the computer are immediately applied to the amp, so you can adjust/measure very rapidly.3. Fan in amp is pretty loud even at idle (negative for home theater use#.4. LED's are very bright #negative for home theater use#.5. High Pass and PEQ center frequencies can be adjusted down to 20 hz #lower would be useful for home theater applications with subsonic subwoofers).6. I have not measured actual output to confirm Behringer's specs.
Date published: 2014-03-07

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Behringer NU3000DSP iNUKE 3000 Watt Power Amplifier with DSP

What are the actual power ratings on these amps? More specifically what are the RMS power ratings?

These seem like a great deal, and Behringer has been surprising me (in a good way) for a few years now...but the lack of power specifics for an amp is disconcerting.
Asked by: Dj Sidetrack
that is a very good question, i own an NU3000, which i bought figuring it for approximately 1200wrms...since my purchase, with manual in hand, and the unit before me, i still was hard pressed to nail it down....the tell tail clue ended up being the "350W" marked below the AC Mains connector, ( the manual offered no better specifics, just the same unidentified ratings) i'm going to give you my math and thoughts on it so you can double check my work..350W @ 115Vac rms, ( line voltage peak is 163V), is 3.043A x 115Vac rms= here's the tricky part...switching power supplies are generally extremely efficient, we'll say 96% here for a ball park...ok...D class power stages are also extremely efficient, as well we'll give that 96% for the sake of moving on...96% of 96%=92.2%=322.7W...but now... what can you do with a 92.2% efficient amplifier capable of sucking 350Wrms continuous out of the wall socket?the answer can be found in the term "average music power", ( generally half RMS), so...i'm going to step out on a limb, and call the NU3000 a 322.7x2=645.4Wrms aplifier...but now let's double check that against peek, like we might a class A/B amp...3000 peak/4=750Wrms....Hmmmm....should we say calling it a 700 watt amplifier is close enough?or should we consider the supply may have the ability to store quite abit of power between amplifier pulses, and as well may be wired to "read" the output stage....if we do that, we could possibly call it a very well designed 750Wrms channel @ 8ohms220Wrms/ channel @ 4ohms375Wrms/ channel @ 2ohms----------375Wrms mono bridge @ 8ohms750Wrms mono bridge @ 4ohmsrulg
Answered by: rulgert
Date published: 2014-03-08

What are the output terminals in this amp. I know its speakon but dont know if its nl2 or nl4. Im using this amp for diy home subwoofers and first time trying pa amp. I usually use plate amps. 

Asked by: Buddahx
This amplifier uses 4 pole speakon connectors.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-03-12

Can I run a Y-adapter from a 7.2 receiver to one RCA-XLR input and get output from both channels, or do I need two RCA to XLR adapters for both amp inputs?

Asked by: JCRT

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