Pick your favorite. Put a heater under it.
So like I said, would you prefer if they relabeled it to -12 to 0? Look at most HU volume controls? We all know that they're usually -63dB to 0dB but most are labeled 0-30 or 35 or in some old Sonys, 0 to 63. It's just the way the control is labeled.the ps8 goes to +12dB
0db would indicate unity gain. anything over that is, well, gain.
Warm sound would mean it has been altered, most likely due to even harmonics being added.Guys I am looking for a processor with the warmest + cleanest sound... any suggestions?
You are missing my point. I agree with your statement above, but it is out of context. They labeled it +12 DECIBELS. A positive dB value indicates gain.No, +12 does NOT indicate anything other than how they chose to label it. You're assuming its. Boosting because of that label. The Alpine sub control is a perfect example. You'd also assume it boosts because its labeled 0 to +15 when in reality +15 is really 0.
Paul, I disagree, respectfully. The ps8 increases the output of my deck by x amount by adjusting the sliders. It can be calculated easily using dB/voltage conversions and its spot on. I agree with oca when he says the + sign indicates a boost in signal. This is true.No, +12 does NOT indicate anything other than how they chose to label it. You're assuming its. Boosting because of that label. The Alpine sub control is a perfect example. You'd also assume it boosts because its labeled 0 to +15 when in reality +15 is really 0. You're letting the label mess you up.
I've read that a couple times now and it doesn't make sense to me. Unless your definition of a DSP is different than mine, the H800 and the PS8 are DSP units.I think the tuning is very, very important, and if you had to choose between great tuning or a great DSP, great tuning would be a better choice. The H800 and PS8 offer a lot of flexibility with tuning, each one in their own way, and the H800 with the Controller is the shiznit, with the ability to change xovers, invert phase, create bandpass filters with differnet slopes on the low-pass and high-pass, etc.