DSP configuration is made simple with a PC-based "drag-and-drop" software program called Signal Manager. Users can access a DSP "toolbox" and simple drawing tools to configure processing functions and signal flow. DSP processing power and memory is dynamically assignable to signal processing functions and any combination of functions may be configured until the total capacity is used. DSP resources are graphically displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Configurations can be downloaded directly to the DSP-3/DSP-4 via an RS-232 serial port or through a QSControl Audio Network System via CM16a Amplifier Network Monitor for added simplicity. The software package also offers real-time control and set-and-forget convenience. Configurations can be saved and recalled for future use.