Connect, Customize, Control
Audison bit Ten is a multi-function digital processor featuring analog input, capable of transforming ordinary OEM or after-market system into a high-performance system.
Provided with a 32 bit, 147 MHz clock speed DSP as well as 24 bit A/D and D/A converters, bit Ten is controlled by a software especially developed for signal treatment according to the vehicle acoustic peculiarities.
Setting the parameters of each input single channel, setting the delays according to the listening position, adjusting crossovers and equalizers for each of the 5 output channels; all of these operations can be managed by the PC.
During the installation phase, after converting the analog signal into digital, bit Ten automatically reconstructs a digital full-bandwidth stereo signal; de-equalizes the frequency response and, if necessary, reconstructs the central and subwoofer channels.
The user can configure the output mode of each channel relative to the installed system.
It is designed to be connected with the DRC, Digital Remote Control (optional).
Some OEM sources/head-units have a test circuit that monitors the presence of a low-impedance load to enable audio outputs. When you connect this type of head-unit to the high-level inputs of an Audison bit processor, which has a high impedance load, audio outputs are silenced. By inserting the USS4 between the source and the processor / amplifier, these problems are definitively solved. If there is a need to generate a remote signal to control the amplifier turn on/off, it is necessary to power* the USS4, providing the additional feature of the possibility to delay the signal from 1 to 8 seconds, so as to avoid annoying “bumps” upon ignition.
The new Audison DRC MP (Digital Remote Control Multimedia Play) is compatible with all the Audison electronics featuring AC Link bus. Its slim profile along with the holder supplied with it eases the installation in the best position inside the car. Thanks to the new Joystick, “Rubber Touch” finished for best control of the movements along the four direction axes, the ‘DRC Settings’ menu can be adjusted and navigation is also possible through the ‘Navy Command’ function if the system features an Audison bit Play HD with video output connected to a monitor.
DRC is the digital interface between the bit processors and the user.
DRC mounted in the vehicle dashboard with bit Ten processor, provides:
– ability to select between main and aux inputs
– control of master volume, subwoofer volume, balance and fader
– ability to choose between 2 user-defined memory presets for equalizer, crossover and time alignment settings.
DRC cable extension kit, for installations on especially long vehicles.
Essential connector making link fast and effortless. It expedites connections between the head unit PRE OUTs (2 V min.) and the bit Ten Hi-Level inputs.
Recommended to extend the number of inputs of bit One processor because they feature a De-equalizer (De-Eq). In that case, any possible non-linear acoustic emissions due to the mixing of the pre-existing filtered channels are duly compensated.