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Old 25th February 2019, 07:27 PM   #11
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The Behringer NX3000 is 2 Ohm capable and will sure deliver more than 800 watts rms in a bridged 4 ohm configuration, still with a lot of music power headroom.

Of course, donīt expect 3000 watt, this is not the truth and not for 4 ohm.

I had one of the 1000 models and have the 3000, they are good standard design and their maximum output is with 2 ohms or 4ohms bridged. There is a lot of stuff worse than Behringer, but nothing cheaper and better.

Please take into account the real trouble free warrantee that Behringer has, something no cheap China watt wonder from Alibaba has.

Yes in bridged configuration deliver more than 800 watts thats true,.....

but I talk about half bridge, in half bridge about 2 x 500 - 800 Watt is real with IRS20957 or IRS2092

look datasheet IRS2092 / IRS20957....500 Watt audio amplifier


Behringer is German Quality and engineering, reliability, yes, nothing is cheaper and better.

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Old 25th February 2019, 08:16 PM   #12
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Yes in bridged configuration deliver more than 800 watts thats true,.....

but I talk about half bridge, in half bridge about 2 x 500 - 800 Watt is real with IRS20957 or IRS2092

look datasheet IRS2092 / IRS20957....500 Watt audio amplifier


Behringer is German Quality and engineering, reliability, yes, nothing is cheaper and better.

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Uli Behringer is of Swiss origin, but he started his company in Germany, kick startet by the wealthy father of his German girl friend. Today it is an international company. Some of the stuff is still developed in Germany. Some say that he grew big by copying, simplyfying and producing cheap.
Sure, not everything Behringer produced was pure gold...
but today they have some very decent products for fair prices. Compared to Hifi stuff it is often of sensational price and quality.
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