Following the success of our analog DSP product line, the nanoDIGI 2x8-K is a palm size all digital processor. Featuring the well known flexibility of the miniDSP brand, the nanoDIGI makes affordable high end digital processing by using existing 3rd party high end DAC units. On the input side, either SPDIF or Toslink (Optical) input are available and selectable from the software or IR learning interface. The internal sample rate converter will take care of adapting your digital input signal to the core operating sample rate frequency (44.1kHz to 192kHz). Finally, the four transformer isolated SPIF outputs allows up to 8 processed audio channels to be sent to your own DAC or SPDIF powered amplifiers.
On the processing side, the nanoDIGI makes full use of its DSP to provide a wide range of processing blocks for most common applications. As per the miniDSP concept, its is the plug-in which defines the ability of the platform and therefore its sampling rate. From 96kHz to 192kHz configuration, the nanoDIGI is a unique affordable, flexible and palm size processor.
- All Digital Processor for up to 2 x 8
- Support up to 192kHz based on the plug-in used
- 28/56bit processor similar to the miniDSP 2x8 platforms
- Digital input signal with Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter (ASRC)
- Real time control over USB
- IR learning feature
- 5-24VDC 2.1mm round barel
- Low power, Small size (only 75x75mm)
What's in the box?
- nanoDIGI 2 x 8 Kit, assembled and tested
- 1 x Optical cable
- 1 x miniUSB cable
- 1 x 5VDC universal DC supply with interchangeable plugs for UK/EU/US/AU
- UMIK-1, unique calibration file mircophone for accurate acoustic measurements
Applications notes on nanoDIGI 2x8 Kit
Digital crossovers are one of the key core strengths of the miniDSP range of products. In this app note, we'll provide an overview of digital crossovers and how they differ from passive crossovers and other types of active crossover. With a high degree of flexibility, user-friendly interfaces, and unbeatable value, miniDSP digital crossovers offer the perfect solution for both the DIYer and the loudspeaker/system professional.
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.
In this application note, we will show you some basic acoustic analysis techniques that you can apply to measurements of your listening room made with the UMIK-1 and Room EQ Wizard (REW).
miniDSP offers products that can be used to equalize a system or apply full-range room correction, such as the nanoDIGI 2x8 (digital in-out, parametric EQ), miniDSP 10x10 HD (multichannel analog in-out, parametric EQ), and OpenDRC-DI and OpenDRC-AN (digital or analog in-out, FIR filtering and room correction).