On 8 Ohms, the maximum output power is 4x440W. I would expect that a 15A breaker suffices on a 120V line (i.e. assuming that you will never actually reach that power permanently, and that the base power dissipation is neglible, 4*440W/120V=14.7A). Still, it might be cutting it close. If you're not overdriving the 200W speakers, that ought to work even better.
Maybe someone with more experience than I have can confirm (or not)?
Think of this board as a Swiss Army Mixer. --Glenn Adams
And remember the amp can impulse over the breaker rating and still not blow it. Also remember that the volume any where close will be extreme.
I am having one issue with it. I use 2 channels for horns and the pop when coming out of protection. I have a cap and bulb on the drivers but the still click.
I would really like to see and have a NU4-3000 and a NU4-1000 please.
I just received a NU4-6000 with date code 1307. I can't find a complete manual and my quickstart guide is different from the documentation currently on Behringer's web site. I need someone from the factory to respond with info on what data is correct. The way the unit I received works looks to be better than what is currently on the website. If I order another unit will they be the same or different? Ultimately I want to have several amps and backups but if the crossover design changes it can be a real problem when it comes to interchangeability. If the design changes shouldn't the model number change too? Most of the retailers seem to be showing the two position crossover switch design and yet the website shows a three position switch. Thanks for the help.
Will there ever be a NU4-6000DSP?