iNUKE NU6000 precautions
WARNING!!!!!: DO NOT RUN THIS AMP BELOW 4 OHMS!!! I GOT LUCKY AND HEARD A NOISE COMING THROUGH MY TWEETERS AND SHUT DOWN RIGHT AWAY WHEN TRYING TO RUN A 4 OHM CABINET WITH AN 8 OHM CABINET, EFFECTIVELY MAKING A 2.67 OHM LOAD(which this amp is not rated to run at). IT IS VERY POWERFUL AND WILL MELT YOUR SPEAKER CABLES AND OR TRANSDUCERS! MY CABLES WERE HOT WHEN I UNPLUGGED THEM!!!!!!ONCE RUNNING AT 4 OR 8 OHM YOU WILL BE SAFE AND NOT GET THE NOISE I GOT, OR THE TEMPERATURES THAT WOULD CAUSE A THERMAL SHUTDOWN OR TRIP THE THERMAL BREAKER!!!! People who do not know how to connect these amps properly (to power conditioners) and try to connect too heavy of a load (below 4 ohm/ too many speakers) will not be happy with the result. The iNuke 6000 is very powerful, and as long as you know how to power one properly and don't have 5 amps plugged into one power conditioner all going into one outlet like chevy chase, you should be fine. Some people are just mad they can't connect a million devices into one outlet or connect sub-par quality speakers to it and not have issues. I Learned how to properly balance the load and I am very happy with this amp. I can comment on this amp because I own one and I am not a salesman trying to get you to buy a much more expensive amp, I'm an electronics technician that understands electricity, volts x amps = watts, and the inner workings of why electronics die. A good salesman will point out the benefits of every product as well as let you know what you need to do to protect your investment in the long term, not put it down and lose out on the sale. I worked for RadioShack a long time ago, that doesn't mean I knew everything about every device, but I always looked at the specs and was able to highlight advantages the product had, even if all it was a good price to brag about(to the Sales people saying Crown and QSC are the only good amps and talking bad about Behringer). If you try and run this amp at 2 ohm, you'll fry something no doubt, and wonder why it didn't last as long as a crown. If you experience issues with this amp, contact Behringer, explain your configuration, and they will tell you what you did wrong or I'll tell you.