miniDSP 2x4 kitMiniDSP 2x4 kit, our low cost audio processing board for DIY audio applications. Great sound in a 3" package.
The original miniDSP kit that started our story! A low cost, low power and great sounding module optimized for DIY/System tuning project. With our “one platform, many configuration” concept, MiniDSP gives great flexibility to engineers, A/V designers and DIYers at a fraction of the cost of typical alternatives to tune their audio system. May it be a multi-way digital crossover, tuning your subwoofer room and simple room correction, it's up to your imagination.
Not into DIY? Checkout the boxed version here: miniDSP 2x4 in a box.
Looking for 10 X the processing power in the same form factor and with USB audio streaming + Toslink Optical input? Check out the big brother miniDSP 2x4 HD kit.
- 28/56bit DSP Engine
- 24 bit ADC/DAC resolution
- 48kHz sampling rate
- Unbalanced inputs switchable with a jumper between 0.9Vrms and 2Vrms
- Unbalanced outputs: Max 0.9Vrms
- Digital Audio input/outputs via I2S ports on expansion connectors
- Nichicon Muse Audiophile capacitors
- Volume control by potentiometer on 3pin header
- 5pin, 2.54mm pitch header for panel mount USB connector
- Plug&Play USB driver and real time Software configuration using miniDSP plug-ins
- Device does not required a PC once configured
- USB self powered device and wide range of DC power options (4.5 to 24VDC)
Software plug-in (to be purchased separately)
- miniDSP 2x4 plug-ins (Please note that the hardware only work with the miniDSP 2x4 plug-ins, not 2x4 HD plugins)
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
What's in the box?
- 1 x MiniDSP 2x4 kit, board assembled and ready to use
- 1 x shielded USB cable
- Potentiometer for volume control
- RCA Audio cables
- Front Panel USB port
- miniDIGI for SPDIF/TOSLINK input
Looking for 10 x more processing power and native USB Audio streaming?
Check out the miniDSP 2x4 HD kit as an alternative.
|Digital Signal Processor Engine||Analog Devices Fixed point DSP|
Internal Processing resolution
28-56 bit / 48 kHz
2 in / 4 out
Audio Input Connectivity
Unbalanced input, RCA terminated
Audio Output Connectivity
Unbalanced output, RCA terminated
Input / Output Max Levels
IN: 0.9Vrms / 2Vrms (jumper–selectable)
||0.9Vrms position = 9 kΩ / 2Vrms position = 20 kΩ|
|Output Impedance||560 Ω|
|Calibration Software||miniDSP 2x4 plug-ins|
|Dimensions||75mm x 75mm|
|Power||USB powered and/or 4.5~24Vdc input via header (150mA @ 5V)
2.1mm round DC plug
|Impulse Response Correction||✘|
|Infrared Remote Learning||✘|
|Room EQ Wizard Support||✔|
Application notes on miniDSP 2x4 Kit
In this application note, we will show you how to design an active 2-way loudspeaker. 3-way and 4-way speakers are an extension of the approach described here.
In this application note, we show you how to use miniDSP to properly integrate a subwoofer into your system.
In this application note, we show you how to use Room EQ Wizard (REW) and its integration with miniDSP to equalize your subwoofer.
I build high quality mobile loudspeakers.Tobias Müller
So i use the mini DSP as an active crossover.
It work verry well.
I think its an amazing product.
The wide voltage range is perfect!
Now i have 5pieces in use and no issues!
Good job, go ahead this way.
Allways 5 stars!
Shipping was about a week to the USA. Installed in a car audio system. Don't worry about clipping due to only 2volts. I have an Eclipse head unit with 8volt out and don't have any clipping issues. Also don't worry about low output voltage, it drives my amp loud and clear with my gains between 1/4 and 1/2. It is a 75wattsx4 channel amp. I am running the 2way advanced plugin. I think it sounds spectacular after it is setup! and by the way I am running a two way front stage with no rear fill. I would by this again and again!Matt
I received it at 1:00 PM and by 4:00 PM I had built a crossover and equalized a dipole speaker. I could have used this thing many times in the past, and will many times in the future.David Allmon