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Meridian DSP640 In-Wall loudspeaker delivers high-quality music discretely in any living room or home cinema, providing incredibly lifelike and spacious sound.
DSP640 incorporates latest technologies from Meridian’s floorstanders including EBA and Centre Elevation technology raising perceived image location.
Building on the performance of the DSP520, the DSP640 is designed for the most demanding of listeners. The DSP640 shares the same visual width and sonic character of the DSP520, making them perfect companions in a Meridian Digital Theatre.
In addition to Meridian’s unique Wide Band driver technology, the DSP640 features dual-long throw woofers for extended bass, and dynamic range that is perfect for today’s high-resolution music and movies. All of this adds up to floor-standing loudspeaker performance, without a single inch of floor space.
The DSP640 shares the latest technologies from Meridian’s DSP7200 Loudspeaker, including Enhanced Bass Alignment and Centre Elevation, providing incredibly lifelike and spacious sound. This makes the DSP640 a perfect choice for stereo or full surround with virtually no visual impact to the décor.
The traditional setup – amplifiers driving passive loudspeakers – is inefficient, limiting sound quality. Meridian loudspeakers contain a complete, matched audio system with efficient DSP crossovers, multiple DACs and driver-specific amplifiers, giving higher overall quality, less power use, and the performance of a traditional loudspeaker eight times the physical volume.
Traditional audio systems often require large, expensive cables to maintain their performance. Meridian's SpeakerLink uses an “Ethernet style” cable that delivers pristine digital sound and control down a single cable between Meridian components. The result is simple, unobtrusive, and cost-effective cables that are easy to install.
Each sample of a digital recording must remain evenly spaced in time. Unfortunately, timing can vary, especially when reading discs. This is “jitter”, degrading music's sense of space and diminishing realism. Meridian's multiple “First In, First Out” buffering system minimises jitter, ensuring perfect timing and improved clarity. You enjoy a clearer feeling of the instruments and their interrelationship.
MHR was the first approved encryption method for transferring high definition digital audio between components. Previously, it had to be in the analogue domain, reducing quality. MHR allows secure movement of high resolution digital audio within a Meridian system, without compromise, improving quality by reducing cyclic repetition.