|Item Weight||3.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 4 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||Harmony|
|Chassis Size||Please fill in Unit Size|
Soundstream Harmony Digital Signal Processor
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- Core 32 Bit / 192kHz Digital signal processor
- Dedicated 8-Channel DMA engine streams data without DSP intervention
- Integrated 105dB dynamic range: -98dB THD+N analog-to-digital converter / Integrated 108dB dynamic range: -98dB THD+N digital-to-analog converter
- Custom user friendly DSP composer graphic user interface with response display
- Dash mount remote control included for input, mode, and volume
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Digital signal processors have become popular amongst sound quality enthusiasts recently. Although they generate near audiophile grade sound, they tend to be difficult to program, and down right confusing. To remedy this conundrum, Sound stream introduces Harmony, a user friendly DIY DSP that offers the features and performance you need.
Top Customer Reviews
While the product does give you a lot of tuning flexibility, the software does have a little quirkiness. To begin with, you lose front and rear fader of your head-unit. But what threw me off from the beginning is that Channel 1 is Right, Channel 2 is left. Same for channels 3 and 4. I can't tell you how many times, I had to check my work on the speed-wire I ran to my trunk, only to realize I was just better off swapping the left and right RCAs to the AMPs. I also just figured out the other day is that the DSP will not work unless you have the remote display plugged in. I haven't mounted mine yet, but when you unplug the RJ-45 connector, the entire DSP goes dead and does not pass the signal through to the amps. While it the remote display does let you change several saved EQ profiles, it does not let you change treble and bass on the fly.
The good points about this product is that you get to EQ each channel independently, and mute all other channels while tuning. And having 31 bands to play with gives you a lot of tuning possibilities.
If the manufacture fixed the things listed above, added a Q&A page and better technical support that actually returns customer e-mails, they have a great product. So if you can look past these small oddities, you still get a good product for the money - as opposed to a great product. Here's to hoping version 2.0 is better.