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Old 20th April 2012, 07:53 AM   #1
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Hi DevTeam,

Great products! Thank you for your team effort.

Where I can get measurement data for your product? For example, frequency response of a cross-over design. I want to see how close it is to the designed response. How low the noise floor is?

Thank you.
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Have a look at this thread. http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/minid...s-minidsp.html

There some measurements for the 2x4 have been posted. miniDSP does not show any measurements.

The response of the digital filters is almost ideal. As long as speakers and amplifiers are in there linear range the complete system follows very well

In order to keep noise down it is important to have a good gain structure. There are many information in this forum and on miniDSP.com regarding gain structure, just perform a search.
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