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Wednesday, 06 July 2005 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Waves Ltd. has launched its latest processor, the MaxBass 102, using a proprietary DSP chip in order to create the illusion of extended bass response. The MaxxBass improves bass response with no need for extra amplifier power or loudspeakers with more excursion capability because it does not use the traditional bass boost technology. Instead, the processor uses the same, patented Waves technology used by other companies like Altec Lansing, Sanyo and Sony to enhance bass impact without distortion or damage to speakers.
Monday, 04 August 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The new Version 4 software, coupled with the new EF20 DSP Card for the Meridian 861 includes a completely new feature: Meridian Room Correction. Conventional room equalization systems attempt to simply invert the room/speaker response – something which cannot be done accurately and produces undesirable effects such as listener position dependence, ringing, pre-echo and loss of headroom. Meridian’s Room Correction system, in contrast, relies on controlling room modes at low frequencies, where room problems are the most noticeable and effective results can be obtained for a wide range of listening positions. It should, of course, be remembered that room correction supports, rather than replaces, good room acoustics. Meridian Room Correction uses Meridian’s on-board DSP (Digital Signal Processing) system to first measure the room and then automatically build a series of digital filters that reduce the reverberation time of significant room modes. As the filters generated are entirely digital in nature they can be created without any artifacts ...
Wednesday, 30 April 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
illbruck Architectural Products is offering a 20% discount on its willtec acoustical wall panel products to anyone who wants to replace their existing polyurethane acoustical foam materials. illbruck is offering this "Replacement Sale" discount to everyone, regardless of whether they bought their current acoustical product from them, or from one of their competitors. illbruck decided to announce this "Replacement Sale" after receiving a number of calls from people concerned about the flammability of their acoustical foam in the wake of the recent fire at The Station nightclub in Rhode Island during a great white concert.
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