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HDMI Audio Splitter, Tendak 4K HDMI Audio Extractor HDMI to Optical Spdif Toslink with HDMI and 3.5mm Stereo Audio Converter Adapter Support for Blu-ray DVD Player Xbox One SKY HD Box PS3 PS4

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I want to connect 2 sound systems to play the same signal from my music streamer and I can't connect the systems between them. My panasonic fz802 is giving me awful audio sync with games and media apps (I use a separate uhd disc player, so not tried 4k discs) using arc to my denon x4000, but I can't hook up the PS5 to the denon directly as it can't handle 4k60. So, the next time you are planning a movie night at your place or gaming night, and want to flaunt your new soundbar, you can use an HDMI audio extractor with your Smart TV or gaming console.

Even though most of the HDMI audio extractors listed in this guide are compatible with Roku, the Tendak 4K x 2K HDMI to HDMI and Optical TOSLINK SPDIF + 3. optical splitter box as my amp is quite old and doesn't support HDR passthrough I think (Pioneer VSX-924). I have the option of using Dolby Pro Logic via the TV mode on my Sony HT-1100 amp I suppose but it isn't the same as proper 5. I haven't tried it and it will only do 4k60 but seems to get around the issue without replacing your amp or spending too much.Output HDA-925 is perfect for connecting a new 4K Smart TV with your old receiver to get excellent audio and video quality. If you’re not overly bothered about Atmos audio Input to the Sonos Arc, maybe look at using an optical splitter, together with the Sonos optical-to-hdmi adapter (supplied with the Sonos Arc) and just split the TV optical output audio to both your Sonos Arc and your Bluetooth TX, or other headphone transmitter. Most of my kit is from the Dolby Digital and DTS era, so I just send Bitstream audio to the TV via HDMI and then use the Optical Out on the TV to send the DD 5. Bottom line - I very keen on moving to a simple, reliable, clean optical audio direct line from my PS5 to my Astro’s.

Our range of AV splitters are ideal for use in both home cinema and professional AV installations as a way to duplicate AV output to multiple displays and speakers. It’s unfortunately part of the CEC specifications ( or was, last time I looked at them), so all systems that use CEC (Sonos as a ‘sink’, but the computers that control everything in each TV set all use this), so it may be worth petitioning the consortium that controls CEC.

In the grand scheme of things it’s not the end of the world but I just wondered if anyone has come across a solution that can split the signal and preserve the Atmos for the Beam.

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