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  1. Hi All. These subs are still for sale. I was unable to go ahead with the purchase as something else came up. Thanks again Ric, and sorry for wasting your time.
  2. Well, DJ City had their 15% off sale this morning. Due to Covid, we stood in the sun for an hour before being able to get in, not the stores fault though. Picked up the NX3000D, one piece of the puzzle sorted
  3. Thanks Mike. You have really given me something to think about. Maybe sealed might be the best option as it could be plug and play once built. My only concern is, if I decided to add a 2nd sub (I am contemplating it atm since parts express don't have 12 or 15 inch UM's in stock) the NX3000D will not be enough. I am guessing, and I could be wrong, to power a 12 inch sealed sub like the UM12 , I will need maybe 1500W RMS per channel? Again, I could be wrong, but my understanding is the NX3000D will deliver only 1000W per channel if I run 2 x 2ohms Subs. Maybe I am over thinking this
  4. Hi Team I really appreciate all the input. I will go ahead with the NX3000D as there is a sale on tomorrow, so I can get it for roughly $500 new. Not sure if I will be lucky enough to find it cheaper than that. The subwoofer might be an issue. I have been looking at parts express and they are badly backordered. I might follow Mazza's lead and opt for the Type R Alpines instead, in a marine grade plywood box, maybe go for 2 x 12 inch units instead, as that will bring my cost down quite a bit (used) and I don't need to wait 4 to 5 months. The reason I want to go ported is
  5. Hi Team DJ City seem to be having a Boxing Day Sale Link below https://djcity.com.au/boxing-day-sale/
  6. Thank you for your help. I realise I may have not included enough info. I should have added, I will be connecting the Behringer amp up to a Yamaha RX-V385 receiver. Since the receiver already has DSP, can I get the NX3000 instead instead of the NX3000D? The box will be a ported box, with the slot along the bottom. Thanks again for your help Andy
  7. Hi Team Maybe a dumb question, but I have a habit of buying things, and then buying again as I went wrong the first time around. I am looking to build my own subwoofer. The amp is throwing me off a little though. I was initially going to use a plate style amp which screwed into the back of the subwoofer box, but started looking at cost effective alternatives as they get pretty expensive once you go past 500W RMS. The subwoofer is a Dayton Audio UM15-22 15", 800W RMS, Peak 1600W. I was looking at the specs on the Behringer NX3000, and read that its most likely closer to 2000W RMS,
  8. Hi Team I have a question about my current subwoofer. Is it best to post here, or start a new thread in Speakers, Soundbars and Subwoofers? Thanks **Never mind, just read the above. Thanks **
  9. Hi Team Very basic knowledge on AV/surround sound here. Hoping to learn from you all and not waste money/effort on the wrong products. Thanks for your help in advance
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