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  • About HumbleDeer
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    Is that a.. Dial? Dialup? Dialdown?
    Location
    In Flanders Fields <o/
    Interests
    HiFi / Home Audio, Game-development (XNA/MDV), General electronics, Networks & Servernets
    Country
    Belgium
    Real Name
    Anna

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  • Last Activity: 20th February 2017 09:55 AM
  • Join Date: 5th October 2016

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Posted 7th February 2017 at 09:35 PM by HumbleDeer Comments 0
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Hey!

Just yesterday evening, I received my iNuke NU3000DSP.

I've been playing around with it for a while and I absolutely love playing with the settings. I've tried out almost everything and even as a main driver it'd sound better than my current amp.

i've made speakon connectors already, but the xlr plugs aren't working. Can someone help me set up how to connect an unbalanced source like seperate RCA's to two XLR's? Like one XLR plug with the White RCA and anothe one with the Right. The pinout is confusing as some don't state Viewed from the from or Viewed from the back.

Cheers, though. I love this amp for subwoofer duty.

-Anna

Posted 29th December 2016 at 12:52 PM by HumbleDeer Comments 0
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I think I'll be painting my small subwoofer in some shade of cherry or wine red. I just need to sand it down once more and give it one final layer of MDF Primer. Hopefully, all dents and small damaged points will be gone. I won't get my hopes up though.
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