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OpenDRC-DA8

Floating point room correction DSP with SPDIF input, 8 analog OUT. Boxed in sturdy aluminum enclosure.
325 USD
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Introducing the OpenDRC-DA8, a cost effective multichannel audio processor with floating point capabilities. Powered by Analog Devices Sharc processors, the OpenDRC-DA8 engine handles complex audio filtering such as room correction, FIR crossover filtering, reverb engines…

The OpenDRC-DA8 also performs as a DAC with its digital input (SPDIF) to analog outputs. Thanks to the on-board Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter (ASRC), digital audio is converted to the proper rate. On the output side, an AKM 8channel DAC provides unbalanced audio on RCA. The learning remote feature and/or rotary encoder will allow control of the active preset or master volume without the need of any PC once the unit is configured.

Last but not least, the OpenDRC-DA8 follows the footstep of our proven miniDSP concept: “One hardware, many plug-ins”. An easy to use platform that received praises for its simplicity of use. Leverage a large community of 3rd party and take it one step further in harnessing DSP powers for your projects. From advanced room correction to full featured linear phase crossover, the OpenDRC opens up a new range of audio processing solutions!

Features

  • Analog Devices Sharc ADSP21369
  • 32bit Floating point processing
  • Stereo digital input (SPDIF)
  • 8xAnalog out (RCA)
  • Front panel volume control
  • IR control with learning feature
  • Room correction with FIR filtering
  • Convolution engine for advanced/Custom filters
  • Multiway speaker
  • System equalization

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What's in the box?

  • 1 x OpenDRC-DA8 boxed in metal enclosure
  • 1 x USB cable Type B
  • 1 x Universal 5VDC power supply with interchangeable plugs for UK/EU/US/AU

Optional Accessories

  • UMIK-1, unique calibration file mircophone for accurate acoustic measurements

Digital Signal Processor Engine Floating-point Analog Devices SHARC DSP
   

Internal Processing resolution
& Sample rate

32-bit - 48/96kHz depending on plugin

Input/Ouput Configuration

2 in / 8 out

Audio Input Connectivity

Stereo Digital Inputs: SPDIF (RCA)
Supported sample rate: 20~216Khz

Audio Output Connectivity

8 x Unbalanced  RCA

Input / Output Max Levels

IN: -
OUT: 2Vrms

Input Impendance
-
Output Impedance 560 Ω 
Calibration Software miniSHARC 4x8 plugin
Filtering Technology FIR + IIR
DSP Presets Up to 4 presets 
Dimensions 41.5 x 214.5 x 206 mm
Power External 5V supply
Impulse Response Correction
Infrared Remote Learning
Win/Mac Compatible
UMIK-1 Included
Bass Management
Room EQ Wizard Support

Application notes on OpenDRC Series

Introducing the world of Digital Room Correction (DRC), a process where digital filters are used to correct speaker + room aberrations. A 3 step process yet an acoustical challenge where DSP & Math Gurus use all resources to solve this complex problem. The following lines will summarize the basics of room correction in a setup involving a PC/Mac with a measurement/filter generation software, a measurement microphone and an audio processor (OpenDRC).

rePhase is a Windows-based freeware program written by Thomas (aka "pos"), a long time miniDSP community member. rePhase generates finite impulse response (FIR) filters that "reverse" the phase shifts introduced by a loudspeaker crossover. rePhase can also generate linear-phase crossovers. With the aid of a real-time FIR filtering engine or "convolver" such as miniDSP's OpenDRC or miniSHARC, the result is a linear-phase loudspeaker system.

This tutorial will provide a walk-through of filter creation using Filter Hose to linearize a loudspeaker frequency and phase response. Data will be exported to MiniDSP OpenDRC.

 OpenDRC

Saturday, 16 April 2016
Incredible product. Absolutly no noise, so many functions. FIR filters. SPDIF input and 8 analog output. Excellent.
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