CEDAR improves DNS 8D audio quality
Posted on: Wednesday 1st of April 2020
CEDAR’s research team has refined the DNS 8D’s underlying algorithm to make sure that it wouldn’t just be more usable, but also better sounding than ever before. Their results are realised in firmware v1.3, which offers “a more open and natural sound” than earlier versions, whether the operator is using the DNS 8D’s machine learning capabilities, or setting it up manually.
CEDAR’s Managing Director, Gordon Reid, says, “When I compare the DNS 8D with our original dialogue noise suppressors I realise just how far this technology has come in the past few years. It’s a continuous process; last month we enhanced the preset management and user interfaces for both the DNS 8D and its remote control, and this month we’re noticeably improving the audio quality. Existing users are going to like what they hear when they update their units to v1.3, and new users… well, it will just sound great.”
All DNS 8Ds shipped from this date will have v1.3 installed. Owners of existing units can download the new firmware directly from CEDAR’s website together with the latest DNS 8D manual, which includes update instructions.