DSP Engine gives you tools that can create loud or potentially damaging sounds. Experiment at low volume levels until you are confident that things are alright. If in doubt, ask for help. Getting Started Each zone has its own, independently ...
DSP Engine: Procedural Equalizer
The Procedural Equalizer is part of the DSP Engine. For more information on accessing the DSP Engine, see here. The procedural equalizer is used for advanced DSP configurations like digital crossovers, custom crossfeeds, and manual room correction. ...
DSP Engine: Accessing DSP Engine
There are several ways to open the DSP Engine screen. From your volume controls: By right-clicking or long-pressing the current zone icon: From Signal Path: Using a keyboard shortcut: Windows: Ctrl-/ Mac: Command-/
DSP Engine: Headroom Management
Introduction Headroom Management is part of the DSP Engine. For more information on accessing the DSP Engine, see here. Digital signal processing can result in "clipping", or audio samples that exceed the allowed range. These samples are "clipped" to ...
DSP Engine: Speaker Setup
Speaker Setup is part of the DSP Engine. For more information on accessing the DSP Engine, see here. Speaker setup helps correct for inconsistencies in speaker placement or sensitivity. For example, if the speakers are not equal distances from the ...