Being a long time supporter of the HomeTheaterShack community and the great team behind it, we're really honored to see their product review team going at great length to review our products.
The nanoAVR HD is a dynamite offering from the miniDSP team, and gets my full recommendation...Wayne Myers from HomeTheaterShack
I can enthusiastically recommend the miniDSP DDRC-22D as a truly Pro-Level DRC offeringWayne Myers from HomeTheaterShack
Although you might need to brush up your French to understand the original version, this review obviously took some great effort to summarize the whole miniDSP Dirac Live experience! Great work from the French team @ Audiophonics and reviewer reviewer Jeff Blackman(Jacko).
PS: French is certainly useful to get your way around south of France so feel free to learn it, but Google translate is doing a good job too! :-)
The DDRC-22A is a serious product that opens up the possibility of adding an active acoustic correction performance in any stereo audio system in good order and without breaking the bank.Jeff from HDFever.fr
We're really proud to see the miniDSP 10x10 receiving an extensive review from Kalman Rubinson on Stereophile magazine! Put to the test for the equalization of his 5.1 surround sound setup, Kalman goes indepth on the use of REW, speaker and room tuning. A must read!
...the miniDSP 10x10Hd gave me the tools to do what I want in order to get the sound that I want. The 10x10Hd makes it easy to look under the hood of room EQ.Kalman Rubinson from Stereophile.com
Kal Rubinson keeps pushing the limit of our platforms with yet another complete review of his experience with the nanoAVR in his budget equipment review.
I can now highly recommend the miniDSP nanoAVR 8x8 for use with high-end pre-pros that lack EQ or have limited or inadequate EQ.Kalman Rubinson from Stereophile.com
John Reekie from HifiZine.com couldn't summarize in better details the steps involved in setting up a miniDSP system for a wide range of applications! From subwoofer tuning to 4way crossover, his detailed reviews take the time to explain the complete process from setup to measurement of the system, including diagrams and measurement results. For more info, have a look at HifiZine website at the following links:
OpenDRC as a useful FIR tool
It's an honour to see Pat Brown from Synaudcon (www.synaudcon.com) using the OpenDRC + rephase + REW for a comprehensive review of the influence of FIR filters! His review is available on Prosoundweb.com and goes through a real life scenario of the advantage/limitations of FIR along with speaker design. A must read!
For more info on Synaudcon and the great learning/training sessions, make sure to check out their website.
After meeting each other at CES 2011, Andrew Robinson from HomeTheater took the opportunity to review the miniDSP 2x4 unit. Initially wondering what this little box was about, Andrew quickly picked up the pace to put the miniDSP at use in his system. By giving it an overall 4.5 star out of 5, I guess that Andrew enjoyed our affordable DSP! A complete review of the miniDSP 2x4 product is now available on HomeTheater Review website at the following link.
Nick Whetstone did a very comprehensive review of how to jumpstart your miniDSP system in few simple steps. With a real life experience at reviving his 2way Audax system, Nick summarizes his miniDSP experience in better words than any user manual. Check out his article on TNT Audio website for a comprehensive review of miniDSP.
In an exclusive five page article, Harry Baggen from Elektor, the number one electronic magazine, provides an objective review of the whole miniDSP product range. Based on a miniDSP + miniDIGI + miniAMP combo, Harry was able to experience step by step how to configure and prototype his 2 way loudspeaker in very little time. A very complete and informative review available for download at the following link.
This article is offered for download on the miniDSP website with the permission of Elektor International Media. As the number one electronic magazine, we certainly recommend you to browse Elektor website for electronic circuits ranging from audio to microcontroller programming.