As stated several times in this literature, SuperStereo was created
and developed for realizing the life-like reality of music performance.
Variant conjugation of the phase velocity and group velocity components
in the sound pressure waves of real music in a concert-hall makes the
very comfortable feeling of music to the listeners.
In other words, for enjoying music, Dispersion
of wave form is more or less essential, otherwise
music becomes dry-sounding and thin like a orchestral performance in
a open field.
This means, when we listen to music through audio equipments, played-back
sound should be comprised of proper group velocity components through
out the frequency spectrum of the music wave forms. As you can notice
in many occasions that sound character of music in each concert-hall
or studio has strong individuality.
This means that each hall or studio has its own individual dispersive
character of the acoustic space inside there.
Dynavector SuperStereo processor DV SSP-5 can develop the group velocity
components from the music signals which is recorded by microphones,
and control the magnitude and character of group velocity distribution
throughout the entire frequency range of the music.
Listeners can tune to the best condition to match the reproduced sound
character with the music you want to hear by selecting a switch position
from four push-switches which represent four typical dispersion characters.
You can do this by a remote controller from the listening position.
Balance between front, middle and rear can be adjusted to the listeners
preference by manual control of two balance knobs on the front face