11.02.2004 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
NHTPro demonstrates DSP speaker-corrected systems


NHTPro's Xd DSP speaker correction systems will feature DEQX-calibrated DSP spearker correction.

NHTPro demonstrated its M60Xd and M80Xd DSP speaker correction systems at AES last week.

The systems are pro versions based on a high-end home system, the DEQX-calibrated speaker system NHT Xd. The two new models will be offered with the company's XdA DSP processor/amplifier, which features DEQX-calibrated DSP speaker correction.

Each system employs amplification from PowerPhysic's patented class D "One Cycle Sound" design.

For more information, visit www.nhtpro.com and www.nhthifi.com.

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