Stand-alone DSP or DSP Built In Amplifier - Which is best?


A DSP (Digital Signal Processor) allows us to fine tune the performance of our car audio system. Lucky for us though there are now more options for implementing this into our system. We can use a standalone DSP, or we can use a DSP built into the amplifier. But which option is better, or rather: which option is right for your application? Let's discuss!


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