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Wow. I think tears are starting to build up because of that good news.

I really think a home version would sell like crazy. If this works good enough in my car, I'll be buying one to use on my home setup. Is there a problem with doing so b/c of the gigantic space?

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I don't know how well it would work for home, but I think there are already logic7 pieces for home use.

in all seriousness, if it ever gets released, I'd look into one, but I'd never wait for it, my 3 year old might hit puberty before it's released. maybe I'll be able to get a first run unit for his first car.

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And still the coolest thing.. like with all of these, bit-one, ms-8, pxe, etc.
Swap cars, keep your processor and throw it into whatever other car you have.. It will work. With a decent aux input, if the OEM head unit puts out anything decent, that's bonus.
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And now he's claiming that he will buy the MS-8! Weak... stick to your guns, hater.
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I really think a home version would sell like crazy.
No need. Logic 7 has been around years starting with Lexicon's DC-1 and DC-2 processors. Lexicon is part of the Harmon collective (H/K, Mark Levinson, Infinity, JBL, etc.) and thus Logic 7 algorithm is being used in some of the high end processors across various Harmon brands.

As noted by Andy in one of the first posts, the version of Logic 7 JBL is implementing for mobile audio is truly for the car environment. It's not the same stuff used to calculate for home theater setup simply because cars have different cabin structure and requires different processing.

For home theater, I've used this type of DSP (Room EQ/Correction) via Audyssey MultEQ and it's a game changer -- you literally can sit in multiple positions and still obtain excellent sound without being at that center sweetspot. This type of DSP has been around for last few years in home and hopefully someone will actually bring it to car audio.

Andy - I've looked in my CES 2010 mfg. listing and don't see JBL exhibiting. No representation for Jan's big show?

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Any news on if these will be out before the end of the year?
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Any news on if these will be out before the end of the year?
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do you guys realize this thread is going on 2 years now ...... and still no MS-8, at least not for the general public.
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Id rather have it in 2 years working correctly, than having it not work correctly, and then bitch about it for 2 years


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do you guys realize this thread is going on 2 years now ...... and still no MS-8, at least not for the general public.
First of all, this thread is filled with such comments so another one wasn't really necessary.

Secondly, you're absolutely right, but the general public doesn't know about it anyway. In fact, very few are aware of the very existence of the product. This thread is followed by a very limited amount of car audio freaks around the world, hardly a representative sample of the worldwide car audio scene as a whole. Hence, JBL might have "lost" some potential customers by not making this available sooner, BUT in the end - when it does come out - it'll (hopefully) have none of the glitches we keep hearing on other products (I'm not naming any).

It's as BigRed said above. The only risk JBL are taking with the long wait is the possibility of another company bringing out a much better/more modern product that would eliminate the need for the MS-8 altogether, along with its potential commercial success.

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well, I certainly haven't read thru all 37 pages to notice how many times people have brought this up - I just saw this thread again and went to pg 1 to see how long it's been going is all. I agree that it's better to have it right then all jacked up and full of glitches like you usually see.
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I can understand JBL's commitment to this technology. What auto manufacturer wouldn't want it? I could see where it would be a "must" for any high end OEM system. As for aftermarket - if you had a choice between a HU that had it and one that didn't and there was a $150 difference which one would you pick?
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now i have another dilema with this unit.... i plan on buying the pioneer x99rs deck with all the bells and whilstles, but i want the jbl ms-8 now i will be getting the pioneer in mid feb. my problem is this........... iam building another sqi car and want to run either the pioneer deh 880 deck or the pioneer x-99rs deck..... if the jbl ms 8 will be out befor next may then i will go with the 880 but if it wont be released befor the end of next iasca season then i will buy the x99rs...................... come on andy lets get going on this,.
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now i have another dilema with this unit.... i plan on buying the pioneer x99rs deck with all the bells and whilstles, but i want the jbl ms-8 now i will be getting the pioneer in mid feb. my problem is this........... iam building another sqi car and want to run either the pioneer deh 880 deck or the pioneer x-99rs deck..... if the jbl ms 8 will be out befor next may then i will go with the 880 but if it wont be released befor the end of next iasca season then i will buy the x99rs...................... come on andy lets get going on this,.
So long as there are no additional unforseen FUs, you'll be good to go for next season.
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Ohh snap!^^^

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and things just got interesting

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Now I got to find me a car to build! Perhaps a Volvo S60R. A MS-8 would be a great college graduation gift for myself!
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alright andy i am going to purchase the pioneer deh p880prs it has 3 sets of pre out front rear sub/non fading.. 5 volts at 100 ohms... my front will be 2tweets.....2- 3 inch......... and 2- 6 inch front with the subs in rear....... now would i use front pre outs only, or f and r, or f/r/& s into your processor??? i can shut off the preamp stage of the deck... do you advise this?? also do i have to set all xover points and the eq points will be self calibrated? ie... tweets 2.5k up at 24db/oct... mid 500hz to 2.5k bandpass at 24db/oct. midbass at 65hz to 500hz at 24db/oct... subs zero to 65 hz at 24db/oct..then let the ms-8 do the rest?
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"I said i'd look at it." That's still weak... get a spine! You've hated so hard on Andy and his team's work, so why stop now? Oh, that's riiight. The unit is about to be launched, and you are a %^$$) that is wavering on his hate. Be a man... stick with your 16 band analog graphic EQ.
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alright andy i am going to purchase the pioneer deh p880prs it has 3 sets of pre out front rear sub/non fading.. 5 volts at 100 ohms... my front will be 2tweets.....2- 3 inch......... and 2- 6 inch front with the subs in rear....... now would i use front pre outs only, or f and r, or f/r/& s into your processor??? i can shut off the preamp stage of the deck... do you advise this?? also do i have to set all xover points and the eq points will be self calibrated? ie... tweets 2.5k up at 24db/oct... mid 500hz to 2.5k bandpass at 24db/oct. midbass at 65hz to 500hz at 24db/oct... subs zero to 65 hz at 24db/oct..then let the ms-8 do the rest?
If I were you I'd turn off the preamp and run the speaker level lines with no processing to the MS8. If using the preamp, I'd turn off all processing on the Pioneer and run fronts only to the MS8 (IF you can get fullrange out of the fronts; otherwise run front+sub to the MS8). As Andy posted, you can set the MS8 xovers as you like and let it handle the rest.

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Kind of been waiting for this processer. Does anyone know how this compares to the 360.2?
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If using the preamp, I'd turn off all processing on the Pioneer and run fronts only to the MS8 (IF you can get fullrange out of the fronts; otherwise run front+sub to the MS8). As Andy posted, you can set the MS8 xovers as you like and let it handle the rest.

Precisely. Thanks.
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