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    Default Astro Saber: I vs. N DSP

    Is there any audio quality differences from an "I" DSP versa a "N" DSP in an Astro Saber 3? Assuming both DSP's are at the same firmware.


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    Quote Originally Posted by escortX50 View Post
    Is there any audio quality differences from an "I" DSP versa a "N" DSP in an Astro Saber 3? Assuming both DSP's are at the same firmware.
    Not that I've noticed. Same firmware, different chip.

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    Noticed a mix of I and N DSPs in Astro sabers, but Xts3000 all seem to have the N DSP.

    Also, great site here. Wonderful job.

    Was recommended by friend to this site. One thing he mentioned was that every digit/letter means something in the flash or DSP and firmware, so be certain to note everything as one digit off can make a huge difference in features or age of radio.
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    Ok, what is an "A" DSP than?

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    Quote Originally Posted by escortX50 View Post
    Ok, what is an "A" DSP than?
    Analog only

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    Thanks Mars. That has answered questions I has not even thought of yet.