|Nominal power supply voltage / Fuse||11 ÷ 15 VDC|
|Sample Rate||24 bit / 96 kHz|
|Hi Level Inputs||12|
|Low Level Inputs||12|
|Processing Method||Floating point|
|Idling current||0.75 A|
|Switched off without DRC MP||2 mA|
|Switched off with DRC MP||5 mA|
|Remote IN||4 ÷ 15 VDC (1 mA)|
|Remote OUT||4 ÷ 15 VDC (130 mA)|
|Distortion - THD @ 1 kHz, 1 VRMS Output||0.004 %|
|Bandwidth @ -3 dB||10 Hz ÷ 44 kHz|
|S/N ratio @ A weighted, 4 V Output, 2 V MASTER input||105 dBA|
|S/N ratio @ A weighted, 4 V Output, 2 V AUX input||110 dBA|
|S/N ratio @ A weighted, 4 V Output, OPTICAL IN1/IN2 input||104 dBA|
|Channel Separation @ 1 kHz||80 dBA|
|Input sensitivity PRE IN / Master||1.3 ÷ 9 VRMS|
|Input sensitivity Speaker IN / Master||5 ÷ 32 VRMS|
|Input sensitivity AUX||0.7 ÷ 5 VRMS|
|Input impedance Pre In||15 kΩ|
|Input impedance Speaker In / AUX||5 Ω|
|Max Output Level 0.1% THD||4 V|
|Low level (Pre)||Ch1 ÷ Ch6; AUX L/R|
|High Level (Speaker In)||Ch1 ÷ Ch12|
|Digital||2 x Optical S/PDIF; Max 192 kHz/24 bit|
|Low level (Pre)||Ch1 ÷ Ch13 (IIR mode); Ch1 ÷ Ch 9 (FIR mode)|
|Digital AD Link 1||Ch1 ÷ Ch8 (IIR / FIR mode)|
|Digital AD Link 2||Ch9 ÷ Ch13 (IIR mode); Ch9 only (FIR mode)|
|From / To Personal Computer||1 x micro USB|
|To Audison Amplifiers||2 x (AC Link / AD LINK) control bus|
|To Audison DRC MP||1 x AC Link|
|Filter type||Full / High-Pass / Low-Pass / Band-Pass|
|Filter mode and slope||Linkwitz @ 12 / 24 / 36 / 48 dB Butterworth @ 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 / 30 / 36 / 42 / 48 dB Bessel @ 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 / 30 / 36 dB FIR @ 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 / 30 / 36 / 42 / 48 dB|
|Crossover Frequency||Lo-Pass: 0 ÷ 44k Hz (1 Hz step) Hi-Pass: 0 ÷ 20k Hz (1 Hz step)|
|Phase control||0° / 180°|
|Distance||1.4 ÷ 756 cm / 0.6 ÷ 297.7 inches|
|Delay||0 ÷ 22 ms|
|Step||0.04 ms, 1.4 cm, 0.6 inch|
|PC connections||USB 1.1 / 2.0 / 3.0 Compatible|
|PC OS||Microsoft Windows (32/64 bit): XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
|Video Resolution with screen resize||min. 800 x 600|
|Ambient operating temperature range||0 °C to 55 °C (32°F to 131°F)|
Optical digital audio signal cable, designed for car audio applications, allowing the transfer of the optical signal without signal loss. An especially thicker sheath protects the optical fibre to prevent the cable from damages if it is pressed against sharp edges. The sturdy connector protects the optical fibre along its full length, ensuring a stable transmission of the signal also in the event of strong vibrations. Ending with Toslink connectors for S/PDIF digital audio signals.Cable length 1,5 m / 59,05
PACKAGE: Polybag Qty. 1
Pure digital signal transfer with a resolution up to 24 bit / 96 kHz
According to the definition of HiRes audio provided by JAS (Japan Audio Society – jas-audio.or.jp), bit One HD Virtuoso meets 24 bit / 96 kHz native processing requirement.
Analog Device SHARC™ series chip with floating point precision, to reach the highest audio quality.
A dedicated firmware release enables the user to process up to 9 digital channels with crossover FIR filters. This sound processing mode, much more demanding in terms of calculation resources, ensures a leadingedge in-car listening experience.
This exclusive technology provides the ability to select an auxiliary source (I.e.: a HI-Res audio player or auxiliary wireless interface connected by digital inputs) and adjust its volume via the OEM Head Unit, offering full support to the management of the car priority signals such as parking sensor alerts, GPS messages, phone and vocal commands whilst music is played through the auxiliary source.
USS technology allows bit processors to work with headunits featuring the “speaker load detection” circuit
Auto tuning by Audison bit Tune and communication with bit Drive portal.
De-equalization function to “flatten” any equalization applied by default by OEM sources.
Input delay compensation of time-delayed factory outputs prior to signal summing.
Compensation of the overall system phase to recreate the original signal, even in case of OEM sound enhancement algorithms.
High level inputs polarity check and automatic correction in case of inversion.
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