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This batch of Class D amps were unveiled at NAMM this year, the iNuke range with wattages up to 6,000 Watts and weighing in at 12lbs, makes lugging your rig around almost a joy - unless of course you look forward to building those muscles up at setup time.
Wel now, Behringer have released some configuration software, accessable via the USB slot on the front panel of he DSP equipped iNukes ($75 premium over non DSP models).
Hook up your laptop and you get a visual editor for controling the setup, EQ, Dynamic EQ, Delay, Limiting, Crossover and other features. This makes these amps equipped with pretty much all you need to set up a tuned PA without the need for extra crossovers, limiters and EQ. Quite an attractive prospect. With an internal resolution of 96kHz/24-bit, they should provide a decent sound.
Software available for download shortly:
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