Compact and powerful the ARC Audio PSM digital sound processor is ARC Audio’s latest creation gives you the power to tailor your systems sound to your own personal style as well as the power to integrate and correct some of today’s more advanced OEM integration based systems in your vehicle or motorcycle.
This ultra-compact solution based DSP engineered by ARC Audio's in-house engineers is a testament to its ability to continue to deliver next-generation world class technology to affordably tailor your audio system to your personal music and sound taste while providing the tools to add on a system to today’s ever advancing complex OEM systems.
Using the latest in 28 bit DSP technology combined with ARC Audios Next Generation interface and microprocessor technology the PSM combines 42 bands of full variable parametric equalization, open architecture crossover selection, signal delay and phase control delivering the highest level of OEM integration and tuning power available at a fraction of the cost of the competition.
Personalized sound in your daily driver or weekend cruiser shouldn’t have to be expensive and unobtainable. The ARC Audio PSM is the right product for your aftermarket big audio system, OEM Integration solution and OEM signal correction needs.
The list of applications perfect for the PSM doesn’t stop at vehicles with 4 wheels! Have a 2014+ HD motorcycle? The PSM is your complete plug and play integration solution to your factory HD motorcycle with the ARC Audio Moto 600.4 amplifier. Complete with downloadable factory reversing audio tunes you can finally have a great sounding system without the effects of the factory audio system DSP tune.
HD MOTORCYCLE APPLICATION TECHNICAL BULLETIN
If you are planning on using the PSM on any 2014+ HD Motorcycle please note that the Factory HD radio has crossovers built into the factory HD radio which will limit the frequency response from your factory source below 100Hz. Much like any DSP or amplifier on the market the PSM can only reproduce and correct signals that are provided to it. As such the PSM cannot create specific frequencies and can only process frequencies of signal that are being provided to it from your source.