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Old 07-14-2002, 06:58 PM   #1
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Should I buy a sound field processor?

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3.28 Should I buy a sound field processor? [DK]
Sound field processors (also known as DSPs) are fun toys to play with, and can have some use, but it is generally good to keep the KISS principle in mind: Keep It Simple, Stupid.

The fewer signal processors (this includes equalizers, and active crossovers) that are in your system, the less chance there will be for noise to enter your system. You'll also save money, have a lower noise floor. Surround sound processors and bass regenerators are nothing more than bells and whistles and are totally superfluous in a properly designed system.

CAF comment: With the arrival of Video systems, true surround sound is now a reality for car. Surround Sound processors are a nice addition to a full multimedia system.
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