- Analog Devices DSP (ADSP-21489), 32 bit floating-point Sharc series (450 MHz clock). Cirrus Logic (CS5368 8ch and CS4365 6ch) A/D and D/Aconverters (24 bit/192 kHz) providing very high level performance
- 12 independent high-level channels (signal-summing) or 6 independent analog low-level channels
- 2 analog low-level stereo auxiliary inputs
- 2 optical digital inputs (TOSLINK)
- 8 Preset separately managed and recalled from the DRC MP
- 13 IIR or 9 FIR independent low-level analog channels and 2 AD Link outputs. 13 IIR or 9 FIR independent digital audio channels to be connected
through two CAT 5.S LAN cables for use with AD Link provided amplifiers
- Turn on Controls ART™, Automatic Remote turn On/Off for high level inputs through the DRC MP
- Configuration Guided procedure for the calibration and “signal routing” of the input channels to the output channels based on type and number of inputs,
loudspeakers and amplifiers, for the system setup to be developed
- Signal summing, De-Equalization and, Delay compensation
- Automatic algorithms dedicated to the reconstruction of a stereo signal from a multi-channel signal and to fine-tune the signal in advanced OEM
systems: time delay compensation (De-Ta); sum of multi-amplified and limited bandwidth signals; signal de-equalization (De-Eq)
- In/Out Volume Input sensitivity automatically adjusted for the main inputs (Wizard with CD and DVD Test)
- Manual input sensitivity adjustment for auxiliary inputs (SW)
- Independent level control for each output channel for system fine-tuning (-40 ÷ 0 dB)
- Dynamic Equalizer Automatic system for the dynamic equalization between low and high listening levels, to be selected by the user via DRC MP
- Four 5-poles parametric FIR type equalizers, one for each source
- Thirteen 11-poles IIR equalizers / Nine 5-poles FIR equalizers (alternative FIR firmware), one for each output channel
- 5-poles parametric FIR type main equalizer
- Bass Boost Low frequencies enhancement based on parametric equalizer, bound to the Woofer and Sub sections, to be set up by the user and selectable via DRC MP
- Crossover filter Filter type: Hi-Pass, Lo-Pass, Band-Pass, Full Range
- Cut-off frequency: 70 steps available from 10 ÷ 20 kHz
- Cut-off slope: 6 ÷ 48 dB Oct.; Bessel 6 ÷ 36 dB Oct.
- Alignments: Linkwitz, Butterworth, Bessel, FIR mode (alternative firmware version)
- Mute/Solo: for each output (On/Off)
- Phase: for each output (0°/180°)
- Time alignment Procedure to set up the time delays on the real distances between the loudspeakers and the listening point (0÷22 ms max). The system also provides
for a manual fine-tuning in steps of 0.01 ms
- Auto restart Auto restart in case of DSP fault
- DRC MP Control: Master Volume (-60 ÷ 0 dB), Subwoofer Volume (MUTE, – 11,5 ÷ 0 dB), Balance, Fader; Inputs selection; Management of the pre-sets stored;
- Bass Boost function turn on/off
- PC Connection 1 micro USB connector (1.1/2.0/ 3.0 compatible) to connect to the PC
- bit One HD software Windows-based software (32/64 bit): Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 available in “Standard” or “Expert” mode
Auto tuning by Audison bit Tune and communication with bit Drive portal.
De-equalization function to “flatten” any equalization applied by default by OEM sources.
Pure digital signal transfer with a resolution up to 24 bit / 96 kHz
Analog Device SHARC™ series chip with floating point precision, to reach the highest audio quality.
bit One HD makes the most of Hi-Res audio, providing the ability to develop a Full DA HD system featuring up to 13 channels. Thanks to the powerful floating-point Sharc™ series DSP, the audio signal is not subject to any down-sampling, preserving all the information of the Hi-Res digital file reproduced. Audison bit One HD achieves the same audio quality as professional digital workstations within the car compartment.
A dedicated firmware release enables the user to process up to 9 digital channels with crossover FIR filters. This sound processing mode, much more demanding in terms of calculation resources, ensures a leadingedge in-car listening experience.
Input delay compensation of time-delayed factory outputs prior to signal summing.