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the gui is basically the same as the previous zapco gui, with some small changes in options.

which is to say, very easy to use and very intuitive.

Erin, i would love to see a side by side technical comparison of the Z8 Versus the DSP6, can you arrange that if i can find someone with a 6 to send you? that is my main concern moving forward getting back into the line again, is whether or not the drastic reduction in price is affecting performance.

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I have my DSP-6 sitting here and before I sell it, it would be great to get a side by side comparison of the Z8 and the DSP 6. Putting the Z8 into my install and I was a little worried on any degradation of output moving from my full Symbalink system that was previously in there.

Just let me know where I have to ship it and hopefully someone will donate a Z8. If you could get it done within a week I could ship both units to you for the testing.

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I wouldn't mind doing the test but it would probably take me a couple months before I could get to it. I'm stacked with all sorts of other commitments. Also, I don't have a dsp8 to test against.

Truth be told, I think most of everything you'd want to know can be found by just playing around with the software.

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I wouldn't mind doing the test but it would probably take me a couple months before I could get to it. I'm stacked with all sorts of other commitments. Also, I don't have a dsp8 to test against.

Truth be told, I think most of everything you'd want to know can be found by just playing around with the software.
I could hold on and provide my DSP 6 for a couple of months, but the Z8 will be installed well before then and unavailable from me. I think what Bing was alluding to was a comparison that provided empirical data and possibly one in which that data could help define which unit has more of an advantage, qualitatively speaking.

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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

Bing wants to know is the cheaper price mean its a cheaper sounding processor.


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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

yes, its not about the software as it is virtually identical.

my biggest worry is the price being so much lower, is there any disadvantages.

but it may just come down to me ordering one to play with

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Bing wants to know is the cheaper price mean its a cheaper sounding processor.
We should be able to get a good idea of that by having a subject matter expert give feedback on the internals of the Z8 in comparison with that of the DSP 6.

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Bing I tweaked with it extensively yesterday and I must say its pretty damn good. I have zero experience with the older zapco processor but it trumps the h800 in sound quality to my ears and has less floor noise just my .02.

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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

I have checked the new zapco products thread, and zapco's web site, but I can't find out if the remote for the Z8 is out yet?. Does anyone know? Thanx. JPS
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Very interested in this over the other units. I didn't think there was a controller though..

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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

Bump.

Interested to hear more impressions.

Anyone know how us Canucks can acquire one of these?
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Can someone explain the difference between tuning TA and phase?

What are the advantages of having an adjustable phase as long as you've got TA?

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Can one of you guys tell me the dimensions of the dsp8?

edit: it's on their site. duhhhhhh.

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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

It's 222mm wide, 180mm deep and 57mm tall.

Including the RCAs female connectors it is 186mm deep and including the mounting feet it is 252mm wide.

Hope that might help someone

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^Good info. Thanks!
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Very curious about this dsp. Sub'd
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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

CAn you save multiple setups with this DSP ?

Also this might be a dumb question given the normal ablities of these things, but I do get confused as some of these do things different ways, but I want to run L+R or L-R mono rear fill (bandpassed) as described in other posts. Is this possible ?

IOW, I'd like to run the normal F/R/Sub cables to the box, and output Hi/Lo front signals, rear summed bandpassed mono signal, and sub signal, and have the option for a midrange signal up front as well. THat's 8 channels out, but my concern is over being able to sum and subtract input channels to create output channels.
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The new remote has four presets so should be able to store different ones.

I'm also doing rear fill with my Z8, but will only limit band width with it and then sum at the amp output. Haven't found anything in the software that will sum the rear fill.

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The new remote has four presets so should be able to store different ones.

I'm also doing rear fill with my Z8, but will only limit band width with it and then sum at the amp output. Haven't found anything in the software that will sum the rear fill.
Are you using the remote?
Could you post up the dimensions of it?
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Are you using the remote?
Could you post up the dimensions of it?
No sorry, haven't even got my DSP-Z8 installed yet. There are pics and dimensions in the Zapco - new product lines thread.

It's also mentioned in the DSP-Z8 manuall

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I should have my z8r by the weekend, I'll let you know as soon as I get it.
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I assume that manual is paper only. If there is an electronic copy or download, I'd sure like to read it.
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It comes on a cd with the DSP, no hard copy.
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Am I doing things wrong or aren't the eq values free to choose? I put in 400hz for first band, then 800hz and when I try to input 1600hz for the third it defaults to 16hz only?
You probably figured this out already, but in case you were still wondering. You can choose any EQ value. I'm using the DC reference amps and I had this issue too. It's kind of like the "auto correct" function when you're typing on your iPhone. If you type in 160hz or 1600hz etc. it will automatically fill in 16000hz. All you need to do is hit back space and hit enter and that should fix it. Sometimes you have to do it twice. If you want to avoid it altogether you can just type in non-round numbers like 1601hz or 1599hz.

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Default Re: For those who own a Zapco DSP Z8, thoughts ?

How do you guys like the sound of this unit? Is it transparent?
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I'm liking it a lot


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