The unique bass restoration circuit of The Epicenter®, originally patented by AudioControl, looks at the upper harmonics and uses them to digitally recreate low frequency fundamentals (original frequency) that have been lost through compression (MP3s), rolled-off, or simply removed (during mastering). The Epicenter® digital restoration occurs from 27 Hz to 63 Hz and may be parametrically shaped using the Wide and Sweep knobs on The Epicenter Concert Series and The Epicenter InDash. The chart below shows how The Epicenter®, by analyzing the upper harmonic frequencies, restores the bass, which was previously non-existent in some music you listen to.
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- What is AutoMode?
- What is GTO?
- Will the remote out work if I use the GTO?
- Will class D amplifiers work with our GTO signal sense?
- How many devices can I connect to the remote out?
- Do I need to connect the “remote in” in order for the “remote out” to work on my line converter?
- How do I set the output gains on my line converter to match the input sensitivity of my aftermarket amplifier?
- What is M.I.L.C.?
- Should I sum the outputs on my line converter?
- Can my multi channel line converter take a single stereo input and distribute it to all outputs?