The Sony DRE-S777 Sampling Digital Reverb employs a newly developed DSP (Digital Signal Processor) which allows Real Impulse Response processing. It performs high speed, real-time processing, and provides natural reverberations based on actual acoustic spaces such as concert halls.
Sony Vintage Digital Effects
The Sony DPS-V55 is outfitted with four inputs (and outputs) and can route the input signals in a variety of different ways depending on the chosen effect algorithms and program structures.
The Sony DPS-V77 incorporates both quality preset effects chosen from the DPS-R7/D7/ M7/F7 sound series and a host of exciting newly developed effects that let you go beyond traditional genre classifications.
The Sony HR-MP5 is a compact multi-effects processor most suitable for recording studio use. Up to seven effects can be obtained simultaneously.
The DPS-F7 Digital Dynamic Filter Plus is a new signal effector using innovations in signal processing based on digital filter technology. The ten types of algorithms create a superior sound environment considerably exceeding the possibilities available through conventional effectors.
The DPS-M7 is a digital sonic modulator developed with the wealth of digital and audio technology accumulated over the years by Sony, innovator of the highly acclaimed Digital Reverberator DRE -2000 and MU-R201.
The DPS-D7 is a digital delay unit equipped entirely with Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DRE-2000 and MU-R201 and has received much praise.
The DPS-R7 is a digital reverberator equipped entirely with Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DHE-2000 and MU-R201 and achieved much appraisal.
All circuits from the input to the output stage are equipped for stereo processing. The key device of the MU-R201 is a newly developed 2-channel audio processing LSI, which creates stereo effects not possible with two monophonic reverberators.