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#49481 - 06/18/01 12:01 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
RobA Offline
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Registered: 06/17/01
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Loc: Hazelton,BC,Canada
I vote yea. What could it hurt.

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#49482 - 06/18/01 12:07 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
ROBERT G Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
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Loc: Wichita, KS/USA
I don't what what is currently called DSPs (or the pregenerated by the manufacturers) but would like one in the form of a parametric equalizer (now this is what I call DSP) so I can compensate for room mode.

Multi-channel stereo mode is ok for warming up the amp channels and breaking in rears but to me aren't very necessary.

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#49483 - 06/18/01 12:09 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
Zbigniew Tyrlik Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
Yes.
1) at least 5/7 channel stereo, and some Logic7/Trifield type processing for 2 channel sources;
2) I never used DSP modes on my old Pioneer;
nowdays from time to time listening to some crappy movie I will take advantage of Widescreen/rock/stadium modes - and sometimes it helps with so-so mixes from CD.

_zjt

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#49484 - 06/18/01 12:09 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
Doug_B Offline
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Registered: 06/17/01
Posts: 2
Loc: New Jersey, USA
I vote yes. It shouldn't hurt, and I can choose not to use them if they are useless to me. As long as I don't have to cycle through them on the remote when selecting something else.

Doug

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#49485 - 06/18/01 12:14 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
dperrico Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
Loc: Stoneham
Please please please do not waste your time with silly DSP modes. They are useless.

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#49486 - 06/18/01 12:21 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
JohanK Offline
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Registered: 04/11/01
Posts: 3
No for the DSPs since I never use them.

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#49487 - 06/18/01 12:37 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
David Scott Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
Loc: Chico, California
I'd have to say "no" as I've never been very impressed with any of the dsp's on any receivers I've owned in the past.

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#49488 - 06/18/01 12:54 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
Chilly Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
Loc: Boise, ID
I have to say NAY. Never did find any use for those DSP modes.

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#49489 - 06/18/01 12:58 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
frankd Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
Loc: North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Nay to DSPs!

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#49490 - 06/18/01 12:59 AM Re: The Great DSP Debate
Oliver Offline
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Registered: 04/22/01
Posts: 1
Loc: Germany
I would say no if it is only about "concert" and "Stadium". But do not forget that Logic 7 is a DSP too, and that there are quite nice things to do with a DSP as Sony can prove, take the center enlargement for example.
So if all you want to share is some DSP mode from the beginning times of programming, leave if. If you can do better, show us.

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