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Kramer DSP-1

2:1 Mini Digital Sound Processor with IP and RS-232 control
individual volume control per input, 3-band parametric EQ, selectable high-pass filters at 70Hz and master volume via IP

£217 (£260.40 inc. VAT)
Availability: In stock

Kramer DSP-1 Description

The Kramer DSP-1 is a digital sound processor that enables the control of individual volume per input, 3-band parametric EQ, selectable HPF (high-pass filters) at 70Hz and master volume via IP. DSP-1 is a small form factor and cost-effective solution suitable for a range of audio applications.

Kramer DSP-1 Key Features

  • 2-Input Mixing with Master Volume.
  • 3-Band Parametric Equalizer - Frequency, Q-factor & gain control per band.
  • Hi-Pass Filter - Selectable HPF at 70Hz.
  • Line-Level Amplifier for Audio Gain and Attenuation.
  • Control with Built-In Web Page & RS-232.
  • Creates & Saves Presets.
  • Highly Cost Effective.
  • Professional, Studio Grade Signal Conversion Technology - Includes the latest generation 32–bit advanced Digital Analogue Converter architecture to achieve excellent dynamic performance and improved tolerance to clock jitter. Maintains the quality of the original audio signal with selectable sampling rates up to 96 kHz.
  • 7 year warranty (Click Here for details)

Kramer DSP-1 Specifications

Inputs 1 x Balanced Stereo Audio On a 5-pin terminal block connector
1 Unbalanced Stereo Audio On a 3.5mm Mini Jack
Outputs 1 x Balanced Stereo Audio On a 5-pin terminal block connector
Ports 1 RS-232 On a 3-pin terminal block connector
1 Ethernet On an RJ-45 connector
Power Consumption 5V DC, 350mA
Accessories Included Power supply, mounting bracket
Optional RK-3T 19" rack adapter
Product Dimension 12.00cmx7.15cmx2.44cm (4.72"x2.81"x0.96") WxDxH
Product Weight 0.2kg (0.4lbs) approx.
Shipping Dimension 15.70cmx12.00cmx8.70cm (6.18"x4.72"x3.43") WxDxH
Shipping Weight 0.6kg (1.3lbs) approx.

Kramer DSP-1 Usage Diagram

Kramer DSP-1 Usage Diagram