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That should not be a concern with the MS-8.....

"There are 8 input channels, so the 8 speaker level inputs and 8 line level inputs are basically in parallel. You can use any combination."
Addition - "Maximum input voltage on the RCAs is 2V and 15V on the speaker level inputs. The signal is converted directly into digital after the preamp buffer, so a high signal level is far less important in this device than in conventional ones."
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If you can drop that price I'll definately buy one and I guarantee you will sell tons of them

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Any idea when this is supposed to be released? I am about ready to crush my 3sixty into little tiny pieces.
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Any idea when this is supposed to be released? I am about ready to crush my 3sixty into little tiny pieces.
5-3-07 - "Yes, it'll be available in the fall. Difficulty integrating the microcontroller, the UI software and the audio software is to blame.
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Any idea when this is supposed to be released? I am about ready to crush my 3sixty into little tiny pieces.
what don't you like about the 3sixty? I been putting my system on hold for awhile waiting for this or the alpine h650 to come out.might buy a 3sixty. just looking for a device to give me a flat, unequalize signal from the stock bmw radio to the alpine hub that I'm using..

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what don't you like about the 3sixty? I been putting my system on hold for awhile waiting for this or the alpine h650 to come out.might buy a 3sixty. just looking for a device to give me a flat, unequalize signal from the stock bmw radio to the alpine hub that I'm using..
Noise, cheap volume control, lack of volume adjustment, volume that fluctuates on its own, and did I mention noise? I'm not ready to write the thing off quite yet, but if I can't get rid of the hiss or get the volume control working properly its going away.
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Noise, cheap volume control, lack of volume adjustment, volume that fluctuates on its own, and did I mention noise? I'm not ready to write the thing off quite yet, but if I can't get rid of the hiss or get the volume control working properly its going away.
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Looks like Gary Biggs is already using a prototype MS-8 in the JBL BMW 325 demo vehicle.

Alpine may beat them to the market by 3 months but they are ~1.5 years late. The H650 was shown at CES2006 but obviously required much more fine tuning before market release.

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Andy from Harman giving more details on the MS-8 and comparing it with the PXE-H650...

...One last note: Both of these products are super-important and may help to revive the industry and get new customers interested in making their cars sound great while preserving their factory user interfaces. They have both been long development processes with plenty of invention and innovation, software development hiccups and decisions about which features to implement. Both products will require some new thinking on the parts of installers and salespeople about how one implements great audio. Simple 2-channel audio isn't dead, but these kinds of advancements make better listening experiences possible using a new set of rules.
Couldn't agree more. The CleanSweep kicked it off but it was still limited in processing. These two models from Alpine and JBL, IMHO, will revolutionize what we think of processing for the industry.

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any one know when this will actually be available and the actual price?
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I still have not seen anything on a release date but I have seen talk of the price to be around $800.00.
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about room correction, they still have problems to get that to work consistenly in homes, let alone in cars. I think that will be a long way off.

I would like a dsp in car that has width control though. fun toy on the behringer units and works nice in a car.

MS8 sounds great for the cars that you want to set up, and leave as is. In other words, the wifey's vehicle, but I want more then just an 11 band GEQ to control.
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once your sound is set up and dialed in, why would you want to control it any longer?
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once your sound is set up and dialed in, why would you want to control it any longer?
If you've ever used these type of dsp's, you wouldn't ask that question

It's very hit or miss, and no one's really come up with the perfect solution yet. It helps to be able to alter the target response by ear.

A speaker is only as good as the room you put it in.
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not all recordings are created equal, neither are people sources.

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This is the Part Gary Biggs used in the BMW right?

I think it would be great for a car that you cant add a deck to..
Im still waiting..
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This is the Part Gary Biggs used in the BMW right?

I think it would be great for a car that you cant add a deck to..
Im still waiting..
All my Austin & volvo customers will have a smile..
Yeah, the one where they added it to all stock speakers except subs. I'd love it for any source really.
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I plan on jumping on one of these about a year after its release to the public this summer. Price will drop by then and bugs will be worked out....

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Supposed to be able to update the firmware when new releases come out. The bugs should be updated out.

I am jumping on one of these as soon as I get a release date. My Avic N2 has never impressed me with it's sound, or eq, but in my tow vehicle I needed nav and didn't want a large screen screwed into the dash.
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once your sound is set up and dialed in, why would you want to control it any longer?
Agreed.

I believe the purpose of the MS8 is for the MACHINE to do a better job tuning than the average Joe. Which like it or not, is damn near all of us here. If someone wants to tune beyond that, the MS8 contains more than enough tools to do so. Remember, you'll be starting off with a pretty damn good response...

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Yep. One of these is MINE within a few months of it's release
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Andy, has the price been released yet?

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One of you guys at CES go ask JBL when this thing will be ready!

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