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NU6000DSP Optimal Settings w/ VP1800S Subs, Connections n Settings

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So looking for some specifics here. I have to and you DSP 6000 amps and for vp1800s Subs. I'm using 12 gauge two wire jacketed cable and of course no electric connectors in between. I am assuming that I should be running these with two subs perseid on each amp that's the first question, the second is what would be the optimal DSP settings menu by menu for optimizing these speakers to work at their maximum potential and still allow Headroom and safety? Really looking for an answer from someone that could provide step by step an actual settings and advice. Really appreciate it. I have been using Behringer gear since they first started and I've always been a fan. These are being used for small to medium-sized clubs for a variety band application. Primarily they reinforce the kick drum and lower bass guitar registers
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Re: NU6000DSP Optimal Settings w/ VP1800S Subs, Connections n Settings

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Michael Guthrie;157525 wrote:
So looking for some specifics here. I have to and you DSP 6000 amps and for vp1800s Subs. I'm using 12 gauge two wire jacketed cable and of course no electric connectors in between. I am assuming that I should be running these with two subs perseid on each amp that's the first question, the second is what would be the optimal DSP settings menu by menu for optimizing these speakers to work at their maximum potential and still allow Headroom and safety? Really looking for an answer from someone that could provide step by step an actual settings and advice. Really appreciate it. I have been using Behringer gear since they first started and I've always been a fan. These are being used for small to medium-sized clubs for a variety band application. Primarily they reinforce the kick drum and lower bass guitar registers


Hi Michael, welcome to the forum!

Sounds like you're actually looking for official Behringer CARE customer support to help setup your PA system. Just to clarify, while this is indeed a Behringer section of the MUSIC Tribe Community forum, it's more of a tool intended specifically towards end users helping other end users with their gear.

For official Behringer product support we recommend that you please contact our CARE team as they can walk you through everything. You can reach CARE by phone at 702-800-8290 (US) or +44 1562 732290 (UK) or send us an email to CARECREA@musictribe.com and one of our technical CARE specialists will be happy to go over all of this with you.

Of course if you want to bounce any ideas/questions off other users here then that's totally fine as well. We have a helpful group of talented individuals here in our forum who are happy to answer product specific questions from other users when they can. Of course if there's anything else I can do to assist you here in the forum then do not hesitate to contact me directly.
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