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I figure for those of us who were fortunate enough to buy one, let's share our thoughts on it so far. This is not a bash the equipment thread, this is to allow the owners a place for their thoughts. Yes I know that it's a new unit but for those who have installed it and played with it, your thoughts good or bad would be greatly appreciated.

Mine are as follow, very nice unit as well as the ability to adjust all pertinent points. Switched from my MS8 to this and immediately noticed the change. There's one thing in my system that needs to be corrected as it was not there before, but the kind folks to be are looking into resolving that. I would buy another one in a heartbeat based upon my experience so far. Ok gents, let's discuss.

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this should be good come chime in i wanna here more about new toy that's out!
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I will be at the "which processor" point soon....this is at the tops based on my needs/wants (love the eq despite what some may prefer).....Helix is #2 with RF363 #3.
If you dont mind me asking....what did you pay? I know retail was originally listed in the mid $4??'s...... Interested in everyone's findings.

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What do these cost anyway? If I remember correctly they were very reasonable?

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Msrp is $549. I have one but haven't installed it. I also a C-dsp on the way.

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to those that have this, would you be willing to provide me with the software so I can play around with it and see the features available? I can read specs, but using the GUI and actually getting to see how it works is something different. I looked on Zapco's site and don't see it available for download. If so, my email is hardisj at gmail dot com.

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from what i understand from zapco you cant use gmail to get it. for what ever reason gmail wont work with it.
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they're probably talking about mailing an executable (.exe). Usually you rename the extension to another format like .doc and the person receiving it changes it back once downloaded. Same story for .zip. Been a while since I've had to do this so it may not work like that anymore if Google has figured out a way to recognize this, which I doubt.

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I can email it Erin. I also did a short video on the other thread


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

Mine just arrived. Haven't used it yet as I am building a bracket to mount it in my BMW E91.

Had a quick play around with the software and it's okay. Easy to use, but the graphics aren't all that great and the lack of screen resolution makes it a bit fiddly to use on my 13" laptop.

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I can email it Erin. I also did a short video on the other thread
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what thread did you post the video? I looked around quickly but didn't see it.

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The GUI is leaps and bounds better than the bit1 and actually works on a laptop without having to get rid of the bottom tool bar . Trying taking .5 off of the left side on the bit1....steady ......steady. Lol


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First question, the increments of TA seem to be limited to 0.1ms (most DSPs now are 0.02ms). I can manually type in 0.01ms but I'm not sure if this is more of a glitch than an accurate representation if what is actually happening in the signal domain. I doubt it has this resolution but would expect 0.02ms. Has anyone verified the TA increment? Is it limited at 0.1ms?

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ok cool i have tried to have john at zapco send me the old dc amp soft ware and i had to have it sent to my wifes yahoo account as it wont even send to my gmail.
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First question, the increments of TA seem to be limited to 0.1ms (most DSPs now are 0.02ms). I can manually type in 0.01ms but I'm not sure if this is more of a glitch than an accurate representation if what is actually happening in the signal domain. I doubt it has this resolution but would expect 0.02ms. Has anyone verified the TA increment? Is it limited at 0.1ms?
According to the manual it's supposed to have a resolution of 3mm.

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First question, the increments of TA seem to be limited to 0.1ms (most DSPs now are 0.02ms). I can manually type in 0.01ms but I'm not sure if this is more of a glitch than an accurate representation if what is actually happening in the signal domain. I doubt it has this resolution but would expect 0.02ms. Has anyone verified the TA increment? Is it limited at 0.1ms?
you can type in whatever figure you want, down to .01. but i don't hear a change with that resolution to my ears


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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?

Also why can't I choose input channels 1/2 + 3/4 for output channels 5/6?

My stock amp sums the bass from all four channels from the stock HU and I'd like to retain the midbass ch5 and 6 and subwoofer ch7 and 8 for when I fade to the rear for when my son wants it crancked up

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The GUI is leaps and bounds better than the bit1 and actually works on a laptop without having to get rid of the bottom tool bar . Trying taking .5 off of the left side on the bit1....steady ......steady. Lol
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there is nothing wrong with the bit1 tonally other than the quirky GUI and optical having pop issues when using it or trying to for that matter. overall the zapco is easier to use and has a larger band of amplitude that can be dealt with up or down eq wise if you're into that sort of thing.


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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 am due to have my dsp6 installed in a few weeks. Maybe i will upgrade to the 8. gotta talk to my guy, lol.

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