MP 68 A processor allows you to maximize the audio performance system by establishing a connection between the source unit and the amplifier. The musical signal output from the source unit goes into the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) then it gets sent to the amplifier. DPS can do so many improvements with the signal before sending it to the amplifier, such as crossovers, equalizers, line output and converters. DSP converts all these units into one.
DSP offers perfect time allignment. Despite the speakers that are located at different distances in the vehicle, DPS is able to measure the distance from the listener or the driver to prevent skewed sound track and make sure all sound coming from the speakers are the same.

  • Output power RMS 4 ohms : 80 watts / channel
  • (≤ 1% THD + N)
  • Output power RMS 2 ohms : 120 watts / channel
  • (≤ 1% THD + N)
  • Inputs : 2RCA / AUX in, 6 High level speaker input, 1 x optical SPDIF (12-96 kHZ), 1 x Remote-in
  • Input sensitivity : RCA / Cinch 400 mv 1 x COAX-in High level 5 – 10V or 10-20V
  • Output voltage RCA / Cinch : > 5 volts RMS
  • Frequency response : 20Hz – 22kHz
  • DSP resolution : 32 bit
  • DSP Power : 295 MHz (1.2 billion MAC operations/second)
  • Sampling rate: 48 kHZ
  • Signal converters A/D : BurrBrown
  • Signal converters D/A : BurrBrown
  • Signal-to-noise Ratio Digital Input : 105d
  • Signal-to-noise Ratio Digital Input : 100dB (A-weighted)
  • Distortion (THD) : <0.015%
  • Dampling factor: >70
  • Input impendance RCA : 22k ohms
  • Input impendance High level: 200 ohms
  • Operating Voltage: 9-15V (max.5 sec.down to 6V)
  • Dimension (L x W x H) : 358 x 163 x 47mm

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