Anyone else played with the Dayton DSPB Kernel Boards?
One of my PE orders a little while back I pick up a couple of those DSPB Kernel Boards, 2in-3out Expansion, and a USB Programmer Board. I was bored the other day so I decided to hook one up to my office computer and play around with it a bit.
They seem to be pretty good. Noise floor is similar or maybe a little better then the standard MiniDSP (subjectively). The Sigma Studio software is a little clunky and definitely not as streamlined as MiniDSPs but seems ultimately a little more powerful. Lots of options in the software FIR, 42ms of delay, delay adjustment is also in finer increments, and all sorts of other processors and stuff I didn't really mess with. These also supposedly support 2v in, 2v out.
I did a quick 2way with 24LR crossovers, time aligned, and few bands of PEQ to flatten the response, and a woofer highpass. Had it hooked up to a Dayton APA150 one channel on the woofer, one on the tweet, mono obviously, seemed to work pretty good
I really wish the expansion boards where 2in/4out since the DSP supports that. I did get some 10pin wiring harnesses and some panel mount rca from amazon so when those show up I may try it in a 2/4 configuration.
Anyone else tried these out or have thoughts on these?