What is DSP and NW on Pioneer Car Audio.?
What is DSP and NW on Pioneer Car Audio.? I have a DEH-P860MP Pioneer premier deck and There is a switch on the side for NW and STD. The manual states it's for NW and DSP. What is the difference and what do they do?
The manual says NW is 3-way network and STD is Standard.
DSP = Digital signal processor (processing)
NW = Network Mode
(as opposed to STD = Standard Mode)
From the Pioneer Manual:
"The 3-way network mode (NW) lets you create a 3-way multi-amp, multi-speaker system with separate speakers for reproduction of high, middle and low frequencies (bands), each driven by a dedicated power amp. The 3-way network mode provides network and time alignment functions, two functions essential for a multi-amp, multi-speaker system, to enable precise control over settings for each frequency range."
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