JBL

MS-2 Pocket DSP

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Portable audio processor for media devices connected to a car audio system

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Improve your car’s audio system in minutes.

The JBL® Procoustics MS-2 audio processor is a powerful, easy-to-configure sonic-enhancement tool that can make any portable media player in your car sound rich with detail and clarity. At the heart of the unit is a sophisticated digital signal processing (DSP) engine that comprehensively analyses your car’s acoustic characteristics and enhances the media player’s sound to fit them. It’s like an acoustic makeover for the media player. Once you connect the processor to the media player, LED indicators guide you through setup. Built-in microphones collect acoustic data in your car, and the DSP makes the requisite corrective enhancements to the media player. Then press play on the media player – and that’s all there is to it. The unit also offers independent control of bass and treble as well as the audio attributes image and impact. It’s light and small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, and it connects easily to your car’s cigarette lighter and auxiliary audio-input jack. It even includes a USB connector to charge your media player. Everything needed for great in-vehicle audio experience is right in the box.

Item# MS-2

General Specifications

Series MS Series
Power Output 6V DC, 1A

Audio Specifications

Maximum Input Voltage (Line Input) 1.3V
DSP Equalization Yes
DSP Time Correction Yes
Seating Position Optimization Yes

Dimensions

Main Width (mm) 150
Main Height (mm) 230
Main Depth (mm) 60
Weight Remote Control (g) 96
Main Depth (in) 2-3/8
Weight Remote Control (oz) 0.2
Main Height ( in) 9
Main Width (in) 5-7/8
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Spec Sheet (EN)

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  • 1 JBL Procoustics MS-2 sound optimizer
  • 1 6-foot (1.8-metre) male-to-male mini jack cable
  • 1 3-foot (0.9-metre) male-to-male mini jack cable
  • 1 cigarette-lighter power cord (6VDC)
  • Owner’s manual

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MS-2 Pocket DSP is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Great product to enhance my iphone and ipod music with Separate bass, treble, impact and image controls
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a very good product. This is a very good product. This product has great features.
Date published: 2012-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great idea very poor execution As the title says. This is a great idea but whom ever designed this. Should have done some market research. First off there are 3 wires to deal with that no matter what you do looks like ball of worms. Second they should of made this to use with Bluetooth. They should of also made it with a battery back up so if you have limited lighter sources your don't have to choose whether you want to listen to music or your GPS. Or just want one less wire to have to deal with.
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not compatible with on screen controls I got this for Christmas. I have a 2014 Mini Cooper and an older iPod. To connect this I had to connect the MS-2 to the car's DC power jack and to the iPod's headphone jack then connect the MS-2 to the Aux input on the car's system. That's a mess of wires. And I had to control the songs from the iPod not the car's system. And because the MS-2 needs power from the lighter jack the music stops when you turn off the car. It sounded better, but not that much better to make all the mess worth it. To top it off the online seller (not JVL) wouldn't take it back so I'm out $60.
Date published: 2015-12-28
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Once I have performed the setup can the unit be stowed out of sight or does it still need to be able to listen to the environment?

Asked by: beagleboy
Thank you for your question, this unit will need to be on while using a external device iPod, Phone or any mp3 player to control the DSP feature
Answered by: Randy at JBL
Date published: 2016-02-19
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