Wednesday, 09 November 2005
introduced the use of Digital Signal Processing technology in a
loudspeaker and the company continues to invest in DSP speakers with
the DSP3100. The new speaker replaces the DSP33 at the same price point
and is intended for use as a bookshelf or stand-mounted speaker.
The speakers are tonally similar to other Meridian DSPs and the company
suggests using them as surrounds for a DSP-based system although they
are also well suited as a smaller stand-alone system, second zone
speakers in a multi-room environment or even high-end computer
speakers. Meridian also boasts that because of their high-accuracy, the
DSP3100s can also be used for studio monitoring either as near-field or
surround monitors in recording and mastering facilities where they can
accept digital audio data at standard digital recording sample rates up
to 24-bit, 96kHz.