Audison bit One HD Virtuoso DSP

Audison bit One HD Virtuoso DSP

The Virtuoso is an audiophile 12ch input/13ch output DSP processor. The bit One HD Virtuoso features unique skills dedicated to the most ambitious OEM Integration projects and excels in the uncompromising Hi-End systems. This was made possible thanks to innovative functions born with the new software / firmware development and the upgrade of some key components in the audio signal path, which are crucial to reach new heights of listening pleasure.

MSRP (USD)

  • $1900.00

For more information, visit www.audison.eu.

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