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Old 23rd August 2010, 06:07 AM   #21
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Are there plans for this product to include speaker measurement and auto correction, similar to how the DEQX products work?
You could try this device.

Anti-Mode 8033 Automatic Subwoofer Equalizer

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Old 23rd August 2010, 02:58 PM   #22
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Jan-Peter, will the GUI be compatible with the readings from RoomEQ Wizard, or any other similar application?
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Old 23rd August 2010, 03:40 PM   #23
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I'm very interested in seeing a DSP solution which can be used as a 4-Chnl crossover, to which I can plug either a 4-Chnl class-D amp, or mix-and-match mono class-D amps. I've been searching the internet for the past seven days or so, but most of the things I've seen fall short of what I'm trying to do--it seems I'll be clumping together a 4-Chnl crossover (albeit one which has two RCA inputs, one of which will be unused as it will be installed individually for each active speaker), and two separate class-D amps (given the greater power requirements for mid-bass and low-mid drivers).

In short, I would like the modules to build my own 'AS2.100'--but in a 4-Chnl configuration (an 'AS4.100/400'?).

For the time being, I'll have to do the mix-and-match.
The 6 channel dsp will be mix and match. We will build an input board with in and outputs, but the user could make its own boards as well. The same for the outputs, we will make it compatible with our UcDxxxST and UcDxxxHG modules but an additional board could be added by the user to use other amps.
By this 4 channels is no problem and inputs should be made by yourself.
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Old 23rd August 2010, 03:43 PM   #24
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Jan-Peter, will the GUI be compatible with the readings from RoomEQ Wizard, or any other similar application?
We will use the same software as for our AS2.100 and the PSC2.400. But we will keep improving the programs.
One can download the program from our webshop and give it a try. We do have to note that the measurement import function requires some extra work.
Download Filtersoftware version 2.0
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Old 23rd August 2010, 04:07 PM   #25
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Hi Jan-peter and all Hypex team.

Is it possible to have a preliminary datasheet about the High End DSP Board?
We've copied some parts of the manual into a preliminary document so you can see some about the configurations. We can not give support on this because it is only preliminairy and we are still working on it.
http://www.hypex.nl/docs/Preliminary...0end%20DSP.pdf
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Old 24th August 2010, 04:45 AM   #26
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It looks promising.
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Old 24th August 2010, 01:59 PM   #27
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Matthijs, can you tell more details about the multichannel volume control method?

Are the analog outputs muted on startup/shutdown (ie. pop free)?

What supply voltage is needed?


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Old 24th August 2010, 03:24 PM   #28
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Matthijs, can you tell more details about the multichannel volume control method?

Are the analog outputs muted on startup/shutdown (ie. pop free)?

What supply voltage is needed?


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Hi fb,

I'm Jan-Willem and i'm working on the 6 channel DSP board.
The gain of the analogue inputs is controlled before this signal reaches the ADC, therefore the ADC keeps working in it's best region.

The volume control is done inside the DSP. The volume of each input and the volume per channel can be controlled by the user. This will basically be the same as for the AS2.100 and the PSC2.400.
You will be able to control the gain of each output under filter settings in Hypex Filter Design (HFD). You got a master gain for the complete board, and there will be a gain adjust function for the inputs, so they can be matched. This is already implemented in Hypex Filter Design V2.0 for the AS2.100.

The amplifier_enable pin is used to control the UCD modules, at startup.

The supply voltage of the DSP board will be around 16-22 volt DC.
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Old 25th August 2010, 03:29 PM   #29
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The gain of the analogue inputs is controlled before this signal reaches the ADC, therefore the ADC keeps working in it's best region.
What about the DAC? Won't there be loss of resolution here?

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The supply voltage of the DSP board will be around 16-22 volt DC.
Single +? Or +/-?

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Old 25th August 2010, 04:06 PM   #30
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What about the DAC? Won't there be loss of resolution here?



Single +? Or +/-?

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The master gain, is controlled inside the DSP, and off course the DAC's and ADC performance is the best at 0dBFS.

Excuse me, its +/- 16-22 volt DC.
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