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Audison's bit Ten transforms your car audio system into your personal deejay deck for a concert experience in the comfort of your car.

01 Aug 2013

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One of the greatest challenges with integrating car audio products into your car in the quest to replicate a true concert experience is the placement of speakers, interior trim materials, cabin acoustics and road noise.

Most OEM audio systems only deliver satisfactory performance
While installation and sound deadening will eliminate some of these issues, it is necessary to use dedicated processors and digital interfaces to correct the fundamental issues.

For those who want the most out of their car audio system, a digital signal processor can help. After some slight adjustments, your system will sound like it has been professionally tuned and optimised.

There have been rumours that if your speakers are good enough, you won't require a processor. Unfortunately, this isn't the case because it's the environment that creates the need for a processor, not the speakers.

Digital signal processors (DSP)

Most Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) factory fitted stereo systems are underwhelming in terms of quality sound. Well, they may have convenience features like iPod inputs, Bluetooth hands-free and steering wheel controls but they lack the ability to fine tune audio performance as well as add extra amplification.

Most OEM stereos are also designed to compensate for low quality speakers, which is accomplished by artificially manipulating the frequency profile.

A DSP like the Audison bit Ten can help to provide quality sound for a more enjoyable ride
When inferior original equipment speakers are replaced with high quality aftermarket units, this manipulation is often very easy to pick up on and if an amp is also installed, the problem will only get worse.

That's where a DSP can come to the rescue. There are a number of uses for DSPs, but one of the most remarkable is to fix problems that have been noticed with OEM stereos.

The DSP sits between the head unit and the amp, and it can literally undo the factory unit's problems. Some DSPs even have custom profiles that can be downloaded from the Internet, which will automatically fix the pre-processing issue and improve the overall listening experience by finetuning the head unit to suit the interior of the specific vehicle.

Audison has released a number of digital components that make it not only easy to get great sound from factory sound systems, but also allow for a complete digital connection from processors to amplifiers.

One of them is the Audison bit Ten - a DSP that will be equally at home in a modest system or a full-blown competition car audio system.
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Product Information

Audison bit Ten

List Price


$750 - $900



bit Ten is a multi-function digital processor featuring analog input, capable of transforming ordinary OEM or aftermarket system into a high-performance system.

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