Atlona AT-UHD-M2CBAL

The industry’s first 4K-compatible converter that extracts and down-mixes Dolby and DTS audio tracks and provides balanced analog audio output in stereo or mono.
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Atlona’s AT-UHD-M2CBAL is touted as the industry’s first 4K-compatible converter that extracts and down-mixes Dolby and DTS audio tracks and provides balanced analog audio output in stereo or mono. It features a Web-based interface allowing remote control of mode, volume, and EQ. The converter also processes audio content while allowing 4K/UHD video, in any resolution format, to pass through from the source to a display, extender, switcher, or other component. To meet professional standards, the analog signal output from the converter (+4dBu) is provided via a five-wire captive-screw connector on the rear panel. Rear-panel connections also include ports for IP (RJ-45) and RS-232, allowing control via third-party systems or its web-based GUI. In addition to volume, audio settings for mute, bass, and treble can all be adjusted remotely. Audio on the converter’s HDMI output, also on the rear panel, is configurable to provide either the original multichannel content or the down-mixed channels. The front panel of the AT-UHD-M2C-BAL provides an HDMI jack for source input and a USB jack for installing firmware updates. LEDs indicate the format of the audio source (PCM, Dolby HD, DTSHD, etc.). The device is HDCP compliant and can be switched on/ off for use with non-compliant displays and devices. The device also supports EDID management, and a 5V DC power adaptor is also included.
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