Sound control processing can be made simple and effective by incorporating processor DSP devices. This option puts total sound and audio control in your hands and can be activated and manipulated directly from a single touchscreen terminal, independent of the complete audio sound system.
The DSP control system is directly connected to a touch surface control port via Ethernet, which gives users the control over volume levels, microphone levels, subwoofer and bass control and can also work zonally. This essentially means you can control the sound across different spaces and rooms separately. Restrictions can be applied to limit the access of certain features of specific controls to certain staff members, and time restraints can be set up to ensure volume levels are properly controlled and not exceeded after a set time frame. This can also be used to access sub-frequency setting which allow the bass to be separately controlled or switched on and off depending on the time of day or necessity of the sound at a special event. Ultimately, sound control processing gives you hands on automated control to make decisions quick, easy and simple, with less risks to worry about.