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CEDAR updates DNS 8D

CEDAR updates DNS 8D

CEDAR updates DNS 8D

A low/medium/high brightness function has been added, as well as the ability to switch off the screen saver

CEDAR Audio has responded to user requests with an update to its DNS 8D dialogue noise suppressor. The new firmware offers three significant upgrades: the storing and saving of noise profiles; the dumping and recalling of presets; and improved screen and button management.

While the DNS 8D’s software previously stored all processing parameters in the current setup as a preset without the invisible noise profiles calculated for the device’s eight channels by the Learn function, the firmware update ensures noise profiles can now be stored when a preset is saved. They can also be saved in the current setup when the unit is switched off, allowing users to continue where they left off when they switch it on again.

The DNS 8D can store up to 100 presets and a new browser page within the unit enables users to dump these to a Mac or PC and recall them later. This makes it possible to back up individual projects for use at a later date.

CEDAR had received feedback that revealed some users found the brightness of the screens and buttons to be too high in low light. Acknowledging this, a low/medium/high brightness function has been added, as well as the ability to switch off the screen saver. With the latter option selected, the screen will dim after three hours, extending the battery life while letting users know that the unit is still active and functioning correctly.

‘Owners of existing DNS 8Ds can download the new firmware directly from our website as well as the latest DNS 8D manual,’ confirmed CEDAR’s managing director, Gordon Reid.



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