Looking for opinions form those who have heard or used both. Which one is the SQ king, and pros & cons of each unit?
We also don't know the exact Q of the graphic EQ bands on the Bit One.I haven't tried to directly copy the settings from my bit one to the zapco.
I must say, though... how were you able to do that given the 10 band EQ on the zapco? The sub and midbass are the only drivers I could get to fit the exact bands I had covered in the audison because they cover fewer than 10 octaves.
If you ever did any EQ outside the x-over then there's no way you can do apples to apples. Not saying you can't do it... just not sure how you were able to.
I do believe that the audison (despite the alt whine) sounded VERY nice... possibly better than the zapco, but as I said, I haven't been able to match the exact same settings as the audison so I can't give a fair comparison. :/
BitOne has a better sound, more dynamic, and an overall crisper/cleaner influence at higher volume then the DSP6.
I did a swap from the Zapco to the BitOne, kept the same crossover settings in theory minus bandpass and EQ on each channel, and their is a drastic difference IMO. Even my GF bluntly noticed the difference for the better and that says a lot to me .
Is this a prevalent problem? I mean that's a huge negative to me, .2steps on the EQ. versus rpm dependent wine....hmmmI do believe that the audison (despite the alt whine) sounded VERY nice...
http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum...some-coffee-take-nap.html?highlight=bikinpunkIs this a prevalent problem? I mean that's a huge negative to me, .2steps on the EQ. versus rpm dependent wine....hmmm
I'm in the middle of a system change. It seems since the H701 came out not much really happened, and it still has the very best interface with no additional laptops needed, control units with tiny screens etc, just your double din at the fingertip...anytime. The Bit one might have the goods but looks really buggy to me.