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Stereo Imager






The Stereo Imager can widen or narrow the stereo image.  It splits the audio signal into low and high frequency bands which makes it possible to narrow the low frequencies (to give it more "punch") and widen the high frequencies.


Invert Left Channel - Inverts the phase of left channel.  This is for correcting phase problems.


Swap Channels - Swaps the left and right channels.


Invert Right Channel - Inverts the phase of right channel.  This is for correcting phase problems.


Lo Width  - Adjusts the stereo width for the low frequencies.  Positive values widen the stereo image, negative values narrow it.


Crossover - Sets the crossover frequency between the low and high frequency bands.


Hi Width - Adjusts the stereo width for the high frequencies.  Positive values widen the stereo image, negative values narrow it.


Balance - The balance between the low and high frequency bands.


Output Gain - The amount of gain applied to the output signal.  The LED shows when it's over 0 dB.



Notes:

The Stereo Imager only works with stereo sounds.  It will not make a mono sound into a stereo sound.