Latest Digital Equipments
When it comes to audio equipment, the digital signal processor is often referred to as a whole machine, but specifically, it is a particular type of microprocessor. The genesis of this processor started in an unlikely of places, first coming about in 1976 in a Speak and Spell. Today when people talk about DSPs they are usually referring to an entire device that hooks up to audio equipment.
A digital signal processor is a device that hooks between the source of your music to the amplifier. The source is typically a CDJ, but can also be anything that plays audio – such as a smartphone, laptop, DDR, and so forth. The signal that is shot from the source must pass through the DSP on its way to the amplifier. While the Audio signal is passing through you are free to modify the Audio in a way you see fit.
What sets this device apart from others similar to it is that a DSP combines the capabilities of crossovers, equalisers, and line output converters all into one machine. These machines come in plenty of different features – each of which gives the user the ability to customise their music listening experience.