Atlona’s New Quad-Input, HDR-Compatible HDMI Audio De-Embedder and Downmixer - ResidentialSystems.com

Atlona’s New Quad-Input, HDR-Compatible HDMI Audio De-Embedder and Downmixer

The Atlona AT-HDR-M2C-QUAD provides multi-channel audio extraction, decoding and stereo downmixing for four HDMI sources simultaneously.
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Atlona’s new AT-HDR-M2C-QUAD multi-channel audio converter extracts, decodes, and downmixes multi-channel PCM, Dolby, and DTS audio from four HDMI sources simultaneously, including HDR-enhanced 4K/UHD signals. Atlona will showcase the now-shipping de-embedder and downmixer in booth #3015 at the 2018 CEDIA Expo, taking place September 4-8 in San Diego.

The Atlona AT-HDR-M2C-QUAD provides multi-channel audio extraction, decoding and stereo downmixing for four HDMI sources simultaneously.

Bringing the downmixing capabilities of Atlona’s popular AT-HDR-M2C to four simultaneous HDMI inputs in a single, 1U, rack-mountable unit, the HDR-M2C-QUAD enables easy integration of multiple HDMI audio sources into whole-house and other distributed audio systems. TOSLINK digital and unbalanced analog audio outputs deliver stereo downmixed audio to displays, multi-zone audio amplifiers, and other audio systems, while the ability to pass through each HDMI input to a corresponding HDMI output without downmixing enables flexible integration with Atlona matrix switchers, including the AT-HDR-H2H series and AT-UHD-PRO family.

The AT-HDR-M2C-QUAD supports HDMI signals up to 4K/UHD at 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling with data rates up to 18 Gbps, and can de-embed HDMI audio with or without being connected to a display or other HDMI destination. HDCP 2.2 compliant and capable of handling all video resolutions, audio formats, and color spaces encompassed by the HDMI 2.0b specification, the new audio converter is also compatible with High Dynamic Range formats including 4K HDR10 and Dolby Vision at 60 Hz.

Integrated audio volume, bass, and treble adjustments eliminate the need for an external DSP to change gain and tone settings, and can be controlled over an IP network through the device’s built-in web interface, the Atlona Management System (AMS 2.0) software, Atlona’s Velocity IP-based AV control platform, or third-party control systems.

For more information, visit https://atlona.com/.

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