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stylzmovement
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how do you get the dsp to be louder?
the output level into the max pro iv is very soft.
the thing works but it will give an ic2 error,what is the problem?
Thu Mar 02, 2006 9:09 pm View user's profile Send private message
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I'll write I2C wiring guide for everyone one of these days
with instructions on what to do if you have problems.

You probably only have I2C error when you set >5-6W of power?

Basically you have a world of options to try and you can also
increase audio output level with the jumpers close to MPX output
plus the audio level trimmer on max pro 4

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By the way, congratulations for the SE4 DSP and Max pro 3 produtcs.
I'm trying them (in Cyber racked inclosure) and it sounds really good.
The output frequency is more stable and the sound is really clear in the high frequencies (I think the DSP work is for something in that part...)
I had the first stereo encoder and Max pro I, and the differences are audible!
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By the way, Peter is using our compressor function for watching TV,
you know how commercial are always much louder, makes a big
difference. Dancing

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And I use
MBL4, SE4 DSP, Max pro III and RDS Max pro 3.0 to... listen to my MP3s... Applause
I'm so near from a big city, and not so far from the national TV/Radio authorities Shame on you I can't play with big power

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pcs wrote:
By the way, Peter is using our compressor function for watching TV,
you know how commercial are always much louder, makes a big
difference. Dancing


I am using LIMBO 2
Its really great with commercials
I added a audio amplifier in the same box for better stereo seperation with external satelite speakers. now it is real fun to watch tv with this unit.
It can be even used for varius musical instruments, I hooked up electric and electro-acustic guitar at the same time and it sounded really great.
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I would have two suggestions, one for DSP SE4 and another for max Pro III.
About Stereo DSP 4, would it be possible to add the compression action on the LCD screen? Only a little progress bar that indicates in dB, the attenuation applied. And about Max Pro III, would it be possible to visualize the Output in Watts instead of %, or both ?
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