• miniDSP DDRC-24 USB DAC Digital Signal Processor
  • miniDSP DDRC-24 USB DAC Digital Signal Processor
  • miniDSP DDRC-24 USB DAC Digital Signal Processor

miniDSP DDRC-24 USB DAC Digital Signal Processor

DDRC-24, a USB DAC+DSP Digital Room Correction processor powered by Dirac Live in a tiny form factor
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DDRC-24
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Delivery time: 1-4 business days
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€499,95 .
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DDRC-24, a USB DAC+DSP Digital Room Correction processor powered by Dirac Live in a tiny form factor 

 

Highlights

  • ADSP21489 400MHz Sharc DSP floating point engine
  • XMOS Xcore200 for USB control and bidirectional audio streaming
  • 24 bit ADC/DAC resolution
  • Dirac Live for miniDSP with 4 presets, fully configurable target curve
  • Unbalanced inputs switchable with a jumper between 4Vrms and 2Vrms
  • Toslink digital input
  • Unbalanced outputs: Max 2Vrms
  • USB Audio Class 2 Audio streaming with ASIO drivers, driverless under MAC OSx
  • 4 preset configuration, recallable via IR, Software
  • Wifi/Alexa voice control via WI-DG accessory

 

Product Details

miniDSP DDRC-24

miniDSP introduces the DDRC-24, the world’s smallest Dirac Live® hardware processor. Dirac Live®, the world’s premier room correction solution, is now available in an unbelievably compact hardware unit. Powered by a 400 MHz Analog Devices SHARC processor, the DDRC-24 retains the 4-channel output of its sister unit, the miniDSP 2x4 Hd, in order to allow applications like subwoofer integration or even 2-way loudspeakers together with Dirac Live® room correction in a single tiny hardware platform. The matrix mixer and crossover functionality is accessed and programmed with miniDSP’s easy-to-use interface software. An all in one unit with USB DAC + Dirac Live Room Correction + Speaker processing.

I/O capabilities get an upgrade too, with the addition of USB audio streaming up to 192 kHz and a TOSLINK digital input. The miniDSP DDRC-24 will find application in full-sized hifi and home theater systems, on desktops, in cars, in recording studios anywhere a compact, powerful room correction processor is needed.

 

Documents

 

What's in the box?

  • 1 x DDRC-24 including Dirac Live license for miniDSP and DDRC-24 plugin
  • 1 x 12V power supply with UK/EU/US/AU plugs
  • 1 x shielded USB cable
  • 1 x Dirac live license for miniDSP automatically added to your UserDownloads section on purchase 
  • 1 x DDRC-24 plugin for DSP control automatically added to your UserDownloads section on purchase

 

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Digital Signal Processor Engine

Analog Devices Fixed point DSP SHARC 
ADSP21489

Internal Processing resolution 
& Sample rate

32 bit / 48kHz

Input/Ouput Configuration

2 in / 4 out

Audio Input Connectivity

Unbalanced analog input, RCA terminated
Stereo Digital Inputs: TOSLINK (optical)
Stereo USB audio input: USB Audio
Supported ASCR: 20~216kHz

Audio Output Connectivity

Unbalanced output, RCA terminated

Input / Output Max Levels

IN: 2Vrms / 4Vrms (jumper-selectable)
OUT: 2Vrms

Input Impendance

10 kΩ 

Output Impedance

560 Ω

Calibration Software

DDRC-24 plugin

Filtering Technology

Dirac Live

DSP Presets

Up to 4 presets

Dimensions

27 x 119 x 107 mm

Power

12 VDC single supply 
2.1 mm round plug / 2.5W

Digital Signal Processor Engine

Analog Devices Fixed point DSP SHARC 
ADSP21489

 

Christopher S. Posted on 9 February 2019 at 10:45

I have a decent setup, a Marantz NA7004 network player, ARCAM A38 amplifier, B&W CM8 speakers but always thought the detail was missing and was considering changing the speakers. I took a chance and gave the DDRC-24 a go. What a difference it's made. Switching DIRAC off the sound seems muffled and blurred, switching back on, full of detail.
Be warned if you get one of these there is no manual supplied with the unit you have to go online to the MiniDsp website and download it and you will need it.
If you are someone who likes things that are just plug and play this isn't for you. If you enjoy tweaking your system then get it. It could be the best upgrade you make.

Patrick M. Posted on 2 February 2019 at 17:57

very useful for handling room-modes. You can reduce them by a large factor. If used as a DAC & DSP it is good quality. The DSP does a very good job, even if the DAC is somewhat less high-end the overal result is very good. Used in the analog chain there are too much conversions... In most cases it does a very nice job I can advice the product

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