7.1 Processor

Attraction7.1 Processor

The 7.1 Attraction 7.1 replaced the 5.1 version, offering 2 additional channels and more advanced software processing and DSP modes.

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Launched in 2001, Discontinued in 2003

The MOON Attraction 7.1 went far beyond the original Attraction by offering 8 fully balanced differential channels of output. Using the very best digital audio technologies available at the time, in conjunction with the numerous software modes offered by Dolby Laboratories and DTS, the Attraction 7.1 provided "state of the art" surround sound processing, digital-to-analog conversion and digital preamplification.

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Technical aspects

Four Burr Brown PCM1732U 24-bit/96kHz DACs
Easy upgrade path based on "open-architecture" circuitry
Full-function IR remote (programmable with macro capabilities) 
High-order (4th) crossover network based on Zoran 38600® chip-set
Crystal CS3310 digital volume controls (4) with switched resistive array technology
20-bit delta-sigma Crystal CS4226 Analog-to-Digital converter
AutoSetup™ software for speaker calibration (level, delay & phase)
CinEQ™ Multi-Channel cinema equalization for "overly bright" soundtracks
12 Volt DC trigger for remote operations
3 sets of analog Pass-Through inputs
Bass Management for 2-channel and digital inputs
Front panel controls for volume, muting, input and mode selection
RS232 port for serial communications
Integrated video switching via 6 inputs (S-Video and Composite)
Extremely rigid chassis construction to minimize the effects of external vibrations
Improved reliability through the elimination of moving parts
Designed to be powered up at all times for optimal performance
Low operating temperature for a longer than normal life expectancy.
Surround Modes:
· DTS-ES™ 6.1 compatible
· DTS Digital Surround 5.1™
· Dolby Digital® Surround EX compatible
· Dolby Digital® 5.1  (AC-3)
· Dolby Pro Logic® Decoding
· MPEG2 Digital Audio
· HDCD® Compatible

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 audiOphile   (Thailand)  Staff  February 2003