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SOUNDBAR : What is DSP?

DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing. This system takes the analog sound signal and converts it into a digital signal where the processor modifies the characteristics of the sound before converting back to analog to be amplified and played through the speakers.

Our GDSB range of soundbars feature three DSP settings:

MUSIC, the sound is optimised to how the artist wanted you to hear the sound.

MOVIES where the sound is manipulated to ensure dynamic scenes with explosions and action sounds are optimised.

VOICE alters the sound for spoken word media, such as news, or sport commentary.

 

Please note: Bass and Treble adjustments are not available in MOVIE or VOICE DSP settings as they are pre-optimised.

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