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Different from analog - Reviews Behringer iNuke NU1000

Hello, I bought the beast 6 months ago and sold recently. I used it with 4 columns 15 inch PA, to amplify a digital piano, electric guitar digitech rp70 through, and an electro-acoustic straight into the table.
The input sensitivity is accommodating, I tested the rp70 in the right nuke, and the diodes level lit properly. The amp runs so well with-10db signal, such as tables dj entry-level, old multitrack K7 is very convenient.
The nuke is running 2 ohms, we can put four columns in parallel 8ohms per side. It starts to fuss with the whole membrane surface!
The nuke, vacuum, produces no noise, but the fan is Royal's always adonf 'we hear so much in the breaks. It takes the air to push back the two front buttons.
Lots of plastic but I made a good impression, and especially is amazing it weighs three pounds!

Where is the nuke me dislike her, because it behaves differently from an analog amplifier. The sound is faster, sharper, but much colder and more brittle, aggressive in the treble. With piezo tweeters is terrible, but the reserve for a musician more "acoustic" a lover of techno-trance plates.

Besides listening to the plates is rather nuke bonus, because the sounds dry and clear (even in the bass) it delivers are very fast, which goes well.

In my case I prefer the old ben bikes and too bad if it hums a little and it weighs a dead donkey ...

If you move, and every evening, you'll love the nuke.

This is my first digital amp for my use and it does not fit unfortunately.
Note: There are two ways to make sturdy, lightweight, or any digital (switch-mode power supply and amplification) or power supply switching and amplification transistors (at markbass). So here too the price is taken into account in the final outcome, would like ...