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Behringer iNuke NU6000DSP Bose 802, 302 + 502B EQ settings.

 
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AussieDJ

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1 Posted on 06/23/2012 at 07:35:10Direct link to this post
Hi there,

My company uses Bose 802's, 302's (subs) and 502's (subs).

We used an oscilloscope to firstly map the outputs from a Bose 802CII system controller, then spent two full days fine tuning the NU6000DSP settings to match the original EQ wave form.

We've now been using these EQ settings for full range 802, bi-amped 302 and bi-amped 502 shows for a few months and the results have been fantastic. No more need for the Bose controllers or all the leads and connections that go with them!

For bi-amped shows we simply use one amp for the left channel (the 302 or 802 is driven by channel A, the 802 by channel B) and a duplicate for the right. The balance between the 802 and sub can be adjusted by altering the channel "A" gain in the Crossover section of the settings (we have ours set +3 to +4.5db, the original controller has an adjustment on the back for -18 to +3db which we always had set to +3db).

I have posted to this forum because we'd like to share these EQ files with other Inuke owners that may use Bose. Is there a place where people have been posting their inuke EQ settings for other speakers? This would be a great idea.

Hope someone else gets some use out of them!

Download http://www.xdj.com.au/Bose%20EQ%20Settings/

Or simply copy the following code into a text file, then rename the extension .arp these files can then be uploaded to the inuke amp.

Bose 802 Full range code (everything between the quotations):

"802A+B
BEGIN_OSC_DATA
/ampmode s STEREO
/channel/1/peq/1 sfff PEQ 57.0 +15.0 0.6
/channel/1/peq/2 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/3 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/4 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/5 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/6 sfff PEQ 9k50 +5.0 0.5
/channel/1/peq/7 sfff PEQ 16k69 +15.0 0.3
/channel/1/peq/8 sfff PEQ 20k00 +2.0 2.0
/channel/1/xover/hp sf BUT48 41.0
/channel/1/xover/lp sf OFF 20k00
/channel/1/xover/gain f +0.0
/channel/1/deq/1/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/1/deq/1/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/1/deq/1/filt sff BP 49.4 1.0
/channel/1/deq/2/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/1/deq/2/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/1/deq/2/filt sff BP 2k00 1.0
/channel/1/delay fi 0.00 0
/channel/1/limiter fff 155 400.0 200.0
/channel/2/peq/1 sfff PEQ 56.3 +15.0 0.6
/channel/2/peq/2 sfff OFF 647.1 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/3 sfff OFF 647.1 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/4 sfff OFF 647.1 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/5 sfff OFF 647.1 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/6 sfff PEQ 9k46 +5.0 0.5
/channel/2/peq/7 sfff PEQ 16k63 +15.0 0.3
/channel/2/peq/8 sfff PEQ 20k00 +2.0 2.0
/channel/2/xover/hp sf BUT48 41.0
/channel/2/xover/lp sf OFF 20k00
/channel/2/xover/gain f +0.0
/channel/2/deq/1/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/2/deq/1/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/2/deq/1/filt sff BP 49.0 1.0
/channel/2/deq/2/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/2/deq/2/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/2/deq/2/filt sff BP 2k00 1.0
/channel/2/delay fi 0.00 0
/channel/2/limiter fff 155 400.0 200.0
END_OSC_DATA"


Bose 302/502A + 802B Bi-amp code (everything between the quotations):

"302A+802B
BEGIN_OSC_DATA
/ampmode s BIAMP1
/channel/1/peq/1 sfff PEQ 55.0 +6.0 4.0
/channel/1/peq/2 sfff PEQ 110.0 +6.5 0.7
/channel/1/peq/3 sfff PEQ 74.9 -0.5 1.0
/channel/1/peq/4 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/5 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/6 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/7 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/peq/8 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/1/xover/hp sf BUT24 40.0
/channel/1/xover/lp sf BUT18 175.0
/channel/1/xover/gain f +3.0
/channel/1/deq/1/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/1/deq/1/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/1/deq/1/filt sff BP 49.4 1.0
/channel/1/deq/2/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/1/deq/2/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/1/deq/2/filt sff BP 2k00 1.0
/channel/1/delay fi 0.00 0
/channel/1/limiter fff 138 400.0 200.0
/channel/2/peq/1 sfff PEQ 130.0 +6.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/2 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/3 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/4 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/5 sfff OFF 650.0 +0.0 1.0
/channel/2/peq/6 sfff PEQ 9k50 +5.0 0.5
/channel/2/peq/7 sfff PEQ 16k69 +15.0 0.3
/channel/2/peq/8 sfff PEQ 20k00 +2.0 2.0
/channel/2/xover/hp sf BUT24 95.0
/channel/2/xover/lp sf OFF 17k99
/channel/2/xover/gain f +0.0
/channel/2/deq/1/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/2/deq/1/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/2/deq/1/filt sff BP 49.4 1.0
/channel/2/deq/2/comp fff +0.0 -30.0 5.0
/channel/2/deq/2/time ff 50.0 1000
/channel/2/deq/2/filt sff BP 2k00 1.0
/channel/2/delay fi 0.00 0
/channel/2/limiter fff 138 400.0 200.0
END_OSC_DATA"

[ Post last edited on 10/10/2012 at 02:49:46 ]

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2 Posted on 09/15/2012 at 04:47:56Direct link to this post
Hi there, great post, but nothing happens for me. I use Bose 802/302 speakers and would like the iNuke to power the 802s.

I copied your code & saved as an arp file. This loaded easily into the Behringer Amp Remote program, it shows as BEGIN_OSC_ in the amp presets. I can select this using the amp front panel, but nothing changes, Congiguration, F/Crossover, P/EQ, D/EQ all look just the same.

I can't hear any difference in the sound, wheras going through my 802c controller has an obvious effect on the sound with better tone & more volume.

What am I missing?

Rich

[ Post last edited on 09/15/2012 at 06:27:32 ]

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3 Posted on 10/08/2012 at 19:21:23Direct link to this post
I had missed the very first line of text which is the .arp file name, that's why nothing happened when you loaded it. I have updated the original post so if you copy and paste it should work now. I have also added a download address if you want to just download the .arp files.

[ Post last edited on 10/10/2012 at 02:39:03 ]

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4 Posted on 11/26/2015 at 11:15:45Direct link to this post
Hi sorry to ask I'm thinking of buying the Inuke to run my Bose 802s. I have a unbranded pair of Bass bins ( no idea of freq ) would your settings still work or should I still use Bose controller straight into the amp and use the bi amp setting on the amp along side the controller ???? Or have I really midst the pointxx sorry for the confusion I'm still trying to get my head around bi a ping with only one amp I'm still old skool lo xx thanks for any advice
Paul

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5 Posted on 04/19/2017 at 16:21:48Direct link to this post
I've got a 802CII that we use for our Sunrise Easter service.. along wiht an mb4, along with two 802 series II. I'm considering replacing my amp and 802 C II with one of these...https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/NU3000DSP that has internal parametric eq -

I saw your post for the arp files - would I use the 802 A & B?
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