A digital sound projector that creates 5.1 channel surround sound from sound beams generated by the interference waves from multiple speakers.
The home theater market, in which various developments including the proliferation of packaged media such as DVD and Blue-ray discs are being seen, will complete the transition to digital broadcasting in December 2011.
The keyword for this is none other than 5.1 channel surround. Yamaha continues to offer an independently developed digital home theater system with cinema DSP technology developed using our expertise in architectural acoustics, semiconductor technology, and acoustical design cultivated over many years.
Introduced in 1986, the DSP-1 digital sound field processor was the first in the world to be sold for processing digital signals.
The DSP-Z9 flagship model incorporates a "pure direct" circuit designed for ultimate audio sound quality and "HD Cinema DSP," which boasts an impressive live feeling with 9.2 channels. (Introduced in 2004)
The NS-690, introduced in 1973, is a best seller born of tradition and environment designed for a "European" musical tone.