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Digital Surround processor with Genelec 5.1 DSP system

bane, modified 12 Years ago.

Digital Surround processor with Genelec 5.1 DSP system

Padawan Posts: 40 Join Date: 6/11/09 Recent Posts
I'm intended to make 5.1 or 7.1 Genelec DSP:SE setup with Apogee Symphony I/O with 8 AES in/out card installed and some digital surround processor having 8 AES in/out. Do you have any suggestions what processor will suite my needs?
andreas, modified 12 Years ago.

Re: Digital Surround processor with Genelec 5.1 DSP system

Padawan Posts: 61 Join Date: 4/8/09 Recent Posts
Hi Bane,

availability of SSPs with 8 Channel S/PDIF or AES/EBU out are rather still non existing (copy protection). Try to google on TACT or Meridian. I do use two Meridian processors with 5x 8240a, one connected via S/PDIF to all dsp speakers, one via analog, limited to PCM 24Bit/48KHz and DD as well as DTS core.