Dayton Audio DSP-LF
Low Frequencies DSP Controller
Using the Dayton Audio DSP-LF will allow you to exploit the full potential of your subwoofer with high-precision audio processing. You'll be able to achieve deep, punchy bass, thanks to an easy and extremely efficient setup.
Easy to use
Installation of the DSP-LF is extremely simple. It is equipped with a 3.5mm jack format line input and output to connect it to your audio system. Control of the device is done wirelessly via the iWoofer mobile application, available on Android and iOS. The communication between the application and the DSP is done via Bluetooth and offers you settings allowing you to fine-tune the low frequencies.
The iWoofer application offers settings such as equalizer, crossover, subsonic filter (high-pass filter), gain, dynamics, phase and even subharmonic synthesis.
For even more control, the iWoofer Pro application, only available on iOS, offers automatic acoustic correction that listens to the response of your subwoofer in your listening room and applies precise FIR filters to correct the output of your subwoofer according to your environment.
The application also allows you to save, import and export profiles, so that you can use them easily at any time. For example, you can define a profile according to a genre of music or according to the audio system used.
High-quality acoustic correction with iWoofer Pro
(Only for iOS)
The iWoofer Pro application (for a fee, available for iOS only) allows you to automatically adjust the response of your subwoofer to your environment. To do this, the system uses your smartphone's built-in microphone to take acoustic measurements of your listening room. Once these measurements have been taken, the application offers you 3 algorithms to adapt the reproduction of your subwoofer: Boomy, Near Field or Linear.
Boomy mode compensates for reflections from your listening room, often creating a build-up of low frequencies in certain areas of your room. This option allows for more punch and better definition of low frequencies. The filter also smoothes bass response from 70Hz and above.
The purpose of the Near Field mode is to allow an efficient compensation, in order to ensure a restitution similar to that obtained in an ideal listening room, without reflections. Ideal for giving your subwoofer a clean and accurate reproduction with a flat low-frequency response. While the result may sound duller than in other modes, it is often more faithful to the original signal.
Finally, Linear mode allows it to automatically adjust the subwoofer output for a more accurate frequency response, especially in the 50-70Hz range. This option delivers a flat low-midrange response, without touching the lower frequencies. The Linear algorithm provides a more transparent and detailed reproduction.
Once the automatic correction has been made, additional modifications can be made, including a 25-band parametric equalizer, for high-precision adjustment.