Neumann announced it has enhanced the performance of its KH 750 DSP subwoofer with the release of the latest version of the Neumann.Control iPad app (version 3.0).
Neumann said the “Guided Alignment” and “Manual Alignment” functions that allow for acoustic adjustment to the room now not only work with KH 80 DSP near-field monitors, but also in stereo setups with all other Neumann KH Line monitors (KH 120/310/420).
These monitors are to be connected to the stereo outputs of the KH 750 DSP subwoofer and, in conjunction with the iPad app, they can now also benefit from its DSP power. In this way, the KH 750 DSP can now serve as the intelligent control center of every Neumann stereo setup.
“Guided Alignment” is an application where users are asked simple questions about the room and the loudspeaker/subwoofer position and the app adjusts the response of each loudspeaker/subwoofer accordingly.
With “Manual Alignment” users can adjust an eight-band fully parametric equalizer, levels and the time-of-flight delay in each loudspeaker or subwoofer as they wish. “Manual Alignment” can also be used to edit Guided Alignments in a more detailed way.
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