Audison bit Nove


The Nove is a nine output signal processor offering a vast array of processing and sound shaping possibilities. From Linkwitz-Riley and Butterworth crossovers with variable slopes (6-24dB/Oct). 10-band parametric equalisation on each channel with +/- 12dB of gain and variable Q. Dedicated bass and subwoofer equalisation is provided with automatic soft clipping to reduce the danger from destructive distortion. The unit feature two optical inputs and 24-bit D/A/ and A/D convertors. The processor will accept 24-bit word length digital audio signals with sampling frequencies up to 196kHz.
Provided with a full suite of software for fine control of all parameters.

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bit Nove

bit Nove is a powerhouse of technology fully dedicated to listening pleasure: since 2007, the year in which the bit One was first introduced, Audison has never stopped delivering innovation to the digital processors segment. The bit Nove was born from this unique know-how within the industry, the perfect tool to expand a car audio system maximizing its performance.

iDatalink Maestro AR compatibility

When bit Nove is installed into a compatible vehicle using the iDatalink Maestro AR (sold separately), the user can enjoy a perfect integration with factory installed navigation, advanced safety systems, voice-controlled hands-free and infotainment. (Only for North America)

Input Connectivity
Equipped with 6 high (3 ÷ 20V) and low (1.2 ÷ 8V) level inputs, the bit Nove can be used with any type of aftermarket and OEM source. The auxiliary RCA input (0.3 ÷ 5V) is perfect to connect your smartphone or tablet to the bit Nove providing the highest possible quality. The advanced PC software sums up the channels belonging to the same front and de-equalizes the OEM source frequency response in a few simple steps. There are also two optical digital inputs with a maximum accepted resolution of 192 kHz/24 bit to simultaneously connect an Audison bit DMI to the bit Nove (taking the digital audio from the car MOST bus) and the Hi-Res bit Play HD player.

USS – Universal Speakers Simulator
Thanks to the integration of the USS technology, the bit Nove can also be connected to headunits featuring the “speaker load detection” circuit that would otherwise mute the audio signal output.

Output Connectivity
The bit Nove features nine output channels on RCA connectors providing a large number of active multi-amplified configurations, ensuring a wide range of set-up options to the installer. For each channel, the powerful DSP provides: a 10-pole parametric equalizer allowing for optimal adjustments, a 68 steps frequency crossover, Butterworth or Linkwitz-Riley type filters with slopes from 6 to 24 dB/Oct and a time-delay line.

Tech. features
Analog Inputs 6 high lev. + 6 pre in
Digital Inputs 2
Analog Outputs 9
Digital Outputs Not available
Equalizers for each Outputs Parametrics Equalizers: ±12 dB;10 pole;
Crossover Filter Type Full / Hi-Pass / Low Pass / Band Pass
Filter mode and slope Linkwitz @ 12 / 24
Butterworth @ 6 / 12 / 18 / 24

32 bit Cirrus Logic (clock speed 147 MHz) processor and A/D D/A converters processing the audio signal in PCM at 48 kHz with 24 bit resolution.
6 independent low-level/high-level channels with automatic summing capability and built-in USS (Universal Speakers Simulator) technology.1 analog low-level stereo auxiliary RCA input.2 optical digital inputs.
9 independent RCA analog outputs featuring adjustable level.
1 USB /B (2.0) for PC connection.Wire control: when receiving an electric signal from an external source, the user can select between the two digital inputs available and enable the D preset previously saved via PC software. 1 connector for the DRC AB (supplied).ASC-C (Audio System Control): communication port for OEM integration with future automotive protocols.
Wizard enabling an arbitrary mapping of inputs and outputs.
ART™ (Automatic Remote Turn on/off), automated remote turn on system through Hi-level inputs. The ART™ function is selectable from PC software.Through the Remote IN.Through the DRC AB (supplied).
Manual input sensitivity adjustment for the Master Hi-Level inputs (with supplied Test CD).Independent output level control for the system fine tuning (-40 ÷ 0 dB).
Automatic de-equalization of Master inputs signal (with supplied Test CD).
Each of the nine output channels has a 10-pole (± 12dB) parametric equalizer for optimal audio signal control.
Filter type: Hi-pass, Lo-pass, Full Range, Bandpass with asymmetrical cut-off slopes.Cut-off frequency: 68 steps available from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.Cut-off slopes: selectable, 6 to 24 dB/Oct.Selectable alignments: Linkwitz or Butterworth.Phase selectable for each output (0°/180°).
Possibility to time delay up to 15 milliseconds at 0.02 ms steps, corresponding to 510 cm of virtual speaker “movement”. The distance setup mode eases the user in calibrating the time delays which can finally be adjusted with the “fine-tuning”.
Master Volume, Subwoofer Volume, Balance, Fader; inputs selection; selection of the 4 presets available.
4 presets separately managed and recalled via DRC AB.
Microsoft Windows based software (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10), manageable in “Standard” or “Expert” operating modes with 1024 x 600 px minimum screen resolution