miniDSP 4x10 HdminiDSP 4xIN, 10xOUT with up to 2 x analog In, 8 analog out and 2xDigital I/O.
miniDSP 4x10 Hd is a versatile multi-channel Digital Signal Processor (DSP) for analog and digital audio sources. Combining high quality audio algorithms along with a flexible software configuration, this platform follows the footsteps of our successful line of processors. With its balanced & un-balanced analog & digital audio I/O, the platform easily fits in the audio chain of most systems. Engineered for durability, the platform is packaged in a sturdy powder coated steel enclosure. The removable rack ears and thick brushed aluminum front panel match the needs of consumer (Home AV) or commercial (ProAV) installs.
Finally, miniDSP 4x10 ranks high on versatility thanks to our unique product concept of audio plug-ins: 'a single hardware platform for many applications'. From a multi-way speaker crossover unit to multi-channel equalizer, the unit is easily configured real time from the Mac/Windows control interface. Once the unit configured, no computer is required anymore and the control of presets, master volume and digital source selection is available from the front panel encoder or Infrared (I.R) receiver.
- 28/56bit DSP Engine
- 24 bit ADC/DAC IC with 114dB SNR
- 48/96kHz sampling rate depending on plug-in
- Digital (2 x IN, 2 x OUT over SPDIF/Toslink/AES-EBU) and Analog (2 x IN, 8xOUT balanced and unbalanced) connectivity
- Front panel rotary encoder and learning IR control
- Plug&Play USB driver and Software configurable for real time configuration by miniDSP plug-ins from Mac/Windows
- No computer required once configured
- CE/FCC certified - ROHS compliant
What's in the box?
- 1 x MiniDSP 4x10 HD processor with removeable rackmount ears
- 1 x 12VDC universal power supply. IEC type removable plug
- 1 x Shielded USB cable (1.5m)
- 1 x Toslink audio cable
- UMIK-1, unique calibration file mircophone for accurate acoustic measurements
Recommended plug-in to be purchased separately
- miniDSP 4x10 plug-in / 96kHz processing
- miniDSP 10x10 plug-in / 48kHz processing (inc Comp/lim feature + longer delay)
Once a plug-in purchased, the download will automatically become available under your UserDownloads section. Please make sure to read the user manual for more details.
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Application notes on miniDSP 4x10 HD
This application note will show you how to build a stereo three-way or four-way digital crossover. If you are new to the concept of multi-way DSP loudspeakers, please read the overview app note Digital Crossovers Basics first.
Siegfried Linkwitz is a well known reference in the Audio industry. His work range from filtering to speaker building and has been referenced/used by many designers worldwide for the past few years. The Linkwitz Lab website is a goldmine of information on advanced filtering, speaker building and even basic concepts of acoustic and speaker design. A reference website for any audio designer!
I have had this unit in my tri-amped system for a year.Mike Caravello
With a CD player that has an optical out the sound is very realistic and ,stunning. The music appears from a noiseless and silent background. Extremely easy to set up and use. The best improvement to my home stereo-audio system.
Next, the DIrac Live!
I have my 4x10 programmed for a three way speaker system and, since it's all horn loaded, have implemented maximum delay on the mid bass and treble horns. Everything sounds great: the time alignment is excellent--the music feels faster when the bass isn't lagging behind the rest of the system. I'm having a lot of fun with the various crossover setting, learning what sounds good, better, best.John Inlow
I can't thank you guys at MiniDSP enough. You've given me a fantastic adventure and my only wish is that you continue to improve your product and pass that knowledge/products down to the rest of us.
I used to use a QSC DSP, but it sounded veiled and therefore sits alone in the dark, dark recesses of my lab with the rest of my abandoned audio gear. I hear no veil with the 4x10, and drums and bass guitar from the track Gonna Raise Hell sound live. That song is one of my favorites, old as the hills and I can't believe that it sounds like a newer recording.
To anyone who needs a bit of a kick in the pants, take the plunge and tinker around with this gadget, you'll be glad you did.