Login or Sign Up
Welcome, !
Logout
Join the HC Newsletter
Subscribe Now!
(Click for a close-up)

Just one of 13 new products Behringer unveiled at NAMM, the Ultramizer Pro DSP1424P (USD 129.99 MSRP), is designated as the successor to the DSP1400P. This automatic 2-band digital loudness maximizer and sound program enhancer system enables separate, program-adaptive compression and limiting, ensuring punch and loudness. The new ULTRAMIZER now features dual-engine 24-bit processing with 48 kHz sampling rate. The unit is currently shipping worldwide.

The new ULTRAMIZER's 24-bit A/D and D/A converters with 64/128 times oversampling provide high headroom and resolution. It divides the spectrum into two bands prior to performing the dynamic functions, while variable band-split compression reduces any gain intermodulation effects. In addition, the DSP1424P features a DENOISER. Its 3D stereo surround processor provides spatial enhancement and improved stereo imaging. The implemented super bass enhancer and built-in exciter add to the powerful punch by psycho-acoustic manipulation of your program material. An intelligent peak limiter protects against any clipping and dangerous sound pressure levels. The ULTRAMIZER features full MIDI capability, allowing real-time parameter control and program selection. Servo-balanced inputs and outputs on gold-plated XLR and TRS connectors are provided.

Open software-upgradable architecture keeps the unit future-proof. The DSP1424 PRO comes with free ULTRAMIZER software, also downloadable at www.behringer.com, that allows total remote control via PC.

No comments
Join the discussion...
Post Comment
More Cool Stuff
By Stephen Lynch Bass tone and Ampeg have been pretty much synonymous for decade...
                  Welcome to the fo...
x
sign in
x
contact us
*Indicates required fields
Name *
Email Address *
Issue Type *
submit
x
message
okay
please wait