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@zeaman Would you be willing to consider doing a version for MOST150 (Burmester 16 CH)? Specifically, I'd like to be able to accomplish 2 things: tune the dsp and run more power on the front mid bass and sub (possibly even 2 ohm on the sub channel). I could help with some of the R & D and any measurements.

I opted for a Mobridge amp/dsp/most combo that accomplished this in my Audi instead of a multi component setup. I had to make a custom harness but that vs 3-5 pieces of hardware was preferable.

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@zeaman Would you be willing to consider doing a version for MOST150 (Burmester 16 CH)? Specifically, I'd like to be able to accomplish 2 things: tune the dsp and run more power on the front mid bass and sub (possibly even 2 ohm on the sub channel). I could help with some of the R & D and any measurements.

I opted for a Mobridge amp/dsp/most combo that accomplished this in my Audi instead of a multi component setup. I had to make a custom harness but that vs 3-5 pieces of hardware was preferable.

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Yes, I have larger plans, including using SigmaDSP to optimize DSP processing for acoustics of Macan and doubling sample rate (maybe using better DAC, though original Asaki-Kasei DACs are still near top of the line). But first milestone is to achieve quality compatible to Helix V series. It would validate my idea that the good amplifier is possible to fit into a smaller ventilated package (compared with Helix ), with original heatsinks, wiring and connectors.
 

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Yes, I have larger plans, including using SigmaDSP to optimize DSP processing for acoustics of Macan and doubling sample rate (maybe using better DAC, though original Asaki-Kasei DACs are still near top of the line). But first milestone is to achieve quality compatible to Helix V series. It would validate my idea that the good amplifier is possible to fit into a smaller ventilated package (compared with Helix ), with original heatsinks, wiring and connectors.
I should have some time during the holiday to get some preliminary info. I'll see what I can do.

Happy Thanksgiving all.

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