Yamaha DSP 1000 Specs

Written by kathryn roberts | 13/05/2017

Yamaha offers several amplifiers that feature Digital Soundfield Processing (DSP). When the first unit, the DSP-1, was released it featured controls that allowed users to adjust the parameters to the room and an 88-channel digital delay device. Soon after, Yamaha combined DSP units with Dolby Surround technology.

DSP-A1000

First released in 1991, the DSP-A1000 features a "Cinema DSP" option. The enhanced feature combined Yamaha's DSP technology with the Dolby decoder to create four-channel sound that mimics 35mm and 70mm equipped cinemas. The system has seven built-in amplifiers that connect to the 80 watt left, centre and right main speakers and the four 25 watt effects loudspeakers.

DSP-E1000

The DSP-E1000 is very similar to the A-1000, but replaces the left and right power amplifiers with pairs of in and out line-level phono sockets of 1 volt. The power output per channel is 80 watts for the centre with four 25 watt effects. The amplifier is 435mm by 131mm by 385.5mm and weighs 12.5kg.

YSP-1000

The Digital Sound Projector YSP-1000 offers seven cinema DSP programs and a two volume mode with night listening enhancer and TV equal volume mode. The system features Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS Neo:6 compatibility. It offers TruBass and IntelliBeam automated system calibration with five beam modes. The YSP-1000 can be placed on a shelf or wall-mounted and offers a slim profile to work with flat televisions and monitors. The digital amplifier offers 120 watts total power, is 1,030mm by 194mm by 118mm and weighs 13kg. The YSP-1000 features 1-5/8 inch by 40 inch drivers and 4-3/8 inch by 2 inch woofers.

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