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MikeHarris

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Dolby Dante ?
« on: December 23, 2020, 02:54:40 am »

Other than the Marantz AV7705/6 what is available that will take HDMI in..strip out and decode and give me balanced outputs..ideally in Dante.
As a Dolby dealer i asked if we could see the Lake processor as a pro decoder...was told it was on the list.
Discontinuation was higher up that list
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David Sturzenbecher

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Re: Dolby Dante ?
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2020, 06:53:18 am »

Other than the Marantz AV7705/6 what is available that will take HDMI in..strip out and decode and give me balanced outputs..ideally in Dante.
As a Dolby dealer i asked if we could see the Lake processor as a pro decoder...was told it was on the list.
Discontinuation was higher up that list

Seems like something QSys could do. I havenít looked into it too close though.
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Re: Dolby Dante ?
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2020, 09:54:30 am »

Other than the Marantz AV7705/6 what is available that will take HDMI in..strip out and decode and give me balanced outputs..ideally in Dante.
As a Dolby dealer i asked if we could see the Lake processor as a pro decoder...was told it was on the list.
Discontinuation was higher up that list

Since you mentioned a consumer AVR Iím going to assume this is not for the cinema market.  Consumer AVRs are the standard decoder method which sucks.  However, extron is supposed to release the SSP-200 in January which should provide a real pro-level decoding solution.  If you add one of their processors you can do increased atmos channels and Dante.

Iíve got one on order.
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