DIY DSP

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DIY DSP
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DIY DSP

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Always having had an interest in audio and often trying to fine-tune my own setup to home. I had recently bought a MiniDSP 2x4, and although it worked nicely; I always disliked the clunky interface.

Recently I came across the adau1401, a decent DSP for a very cheap price (~15 euro). My goal is to have a functional DSP in a nice enclosure, and fully controllable via an ESP.

This project page will serve as documentation of the build. Though, I have no idea what I'm doing!