From reading threads and posts on the Meridian Unplugged forum it is clear there are many misconceptions about my work and product. The main problem is that they do not have the facts straight, so any discussion is meaningless. I would love to react about this on the forum, but they banned me because I mentioned I downgraded DSP-C. Now there is a lot of talk about DSP-C on the forum, which has been already discovered and posted here 4 weeks ago.
So what are the facts?
- I do not provide an alternative firmware as is consequently said on the forum, I only provide a self developed up-sample filter.
- A filter is comprised of a set of coefficients, which are derived from characteristics. So it is just data, not code, and quite similar to MRC data which is calculated by the config app based on room measurements.
- Therefor I have never reverse engineered a single line of firmware code.
- Consequently, not a single line of code is patched by my software.
- The new filter is 100% developed by me, so does not contain any 3rd party data. Even more so, I wrote the software to design this filter myself.
- The filter installer only exchanges the filter coefficients in the firmware, and is therefor 100% safe to use because no code is changed at all.
- The installer runs independent from the Meridian firmware upload tool, so not a single line of code of the tool has been reverse engineered, and therefor not a single line of code is patched by the installer.