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A Versatile Digital Audio Processing Engine for Loudspeaker and Room Equalization

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A versatile digital processing engine for loudspeaker and room equalization has been designed and manufactured for high-fidelity, high-end and studio use. The processor has been implemented as a normal high-fidelity component with all the facilities and user friendliness of a standard preamplifier. The DSP heart has been implemented in a separate PCB which can be interchanged or stacked in a plug-and-play way, allowing for user-selected FIR lengths from 832 to 2528 coefficients/channel.

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