Atlona HDMI Audio De-Embedder with 3D Support
The Atlona AT-HD570 is a professional quality HDMI Audio
De-Embedder. Unit is capable of accepting an HDMI input signal and
de-embeds the audio signal to either Optical or Multi-Channel analog
Atlona HDMI Audio De-Embedder with 3D Support.
The Atlona AT-HD570 is a professional quality HDMI Audio De-Embedder.
Unit is capable of accepting an HDMI input signal and de-embedding the
audio signal to either Optical or Multi-Channel analog audio outputs.
This audio decoder supports uncompressed analog LPCM 7.1,
5.1, 2ch through the mulit-channel analog outputs with Dolby
Digital, LPCM 2CH and DTS output through optical connection. Supports
Dolby True HD and DTS HD Master Audio pass through HDMI connection.
Support CEC bypass
Supports digital video formats in Deep Color Mode from 25MHz to 6.75GHz for 36 bits
Supports high definition input up to 1080p
Video Pass-Through, no scaling
Supports HDMI signal amplification and equalization with reclocking function
Supports uncompressed digital audio formats LPCM 7.1, 5.1, 2ch through multi-channel analog outputs.
Supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio pass through HDMI output
Supports Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, 2ch, and LPCM 2ch output through optical connection.
Integrated HDMI Booster and Repeater.
Input port: HDMI Female (type A)
Output port: HDMI Female (Type A); Optical (TosLink); 4 x 3.5mm Outs for Multi-Channel Audio (use 3.5mm to dual RCA adapters)
HDMI input/output audio format: LPCM 7.1, 5.1, 2ch and Bit stream
Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS and DTS-HD Master
Optical Output audio format: Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, 2ch and LPCM 2 channels
Multi-Channel audio format: LPCM 7.1/5.1/2 channels.
Operating Temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C
Power Supply: 5V/2.6A DC (110/220v)
Dimensions: 3.9(W) x 5.8(D) x 0.98(H) - inch
Gross Weight: 2LB
1 x AT-HD570 Audio De-Embedder
1 x 5V DC power supply adaptor
1 x 3.5mm to L/R female RCA adaptor
1 x User Manual
Maybe you're that guy that just can't give up their processor. Maybe
you just love the looks/feel/sound of your gear too much. Sure, you'd
love to experience some of those new audio formats but come on, you just
can't do it. Plus, with Blu-ray the Dolby Digital and DTS streams are
higher bandwidth than before so you are getting a bit of a bump. Sure it
isn't DTS Master Audio or Dolby TrueHD but you don't really need them,
You know you do.
HDMI has its flaws but right now it is the only way to get truly high
definition audio and sound from most of todays high definition sources.
This is unfortunate as there are plenty of people out there that would
love to experience the new audio formats but don't have the money or the
desire to upgrade their gear. They spent too much time and money
getting the perfect gear just to have to upgrade for a simple input.
Especially when manufacturers seem to be moving away from quality amplification
anyhow. Altona Technologies has finally released (almost) a device that
will strip the audio stream off the HDMI cable allowing those without
HDMI capable receivers/processors to enjoy the lastest and greatest of
the audio formats while still sending the high definition video to their
HDMI capable display..
AT-HD570 HDMI Audio De-Embedder works with HDMI 1.3 and will strip the
audio portion off while maintaining the video. You can output the audio
either via TOSLink or analogue while sending the video to your display
via the included HDMI output. The analogue outputs might look unfamiliar
to the general AV populace as it takes the form of four 3.5mm jacks.
This is common in the computer world and requires only four 3.5mm to
dual RCA cables to make the switch.
The technology isn't without its limitations, however. The optical
output only supports Dolby Digital 5.1/2 or LPCM 2.0. No word yet on if
DTS is supported but we're guessing it isn't. Through the analogue
outputs you can get the whole she-bang - as long as you are decoding at
the source and sending 7.1 LPCM. While it makes it sound like it removes
the audio from the HDMI feed, it really doesn't. Through the HDMI you
can get all the audio formats either LPCM or bitstreamed.
The AT-HD570 is HDCP compliant so you won't have to worry about it
working with your other HDMI devices. It can serve as a repeater as
well. It has onboard HDMI signal amplification and reclocking. Deep
Color is supported from 25MHz to 6.75GHz for 36 bits and
resolutions up to 1080p (24 or 60 Hz). The video is passed through
untouched - the AT-HD570 doesn't scale or upconvert.
The AT-HD570 isn't for everyone but for those that need it, it will
be invaluable. We've seen devices like this on the market but none that
supports all the audio formats. While only a bit over a hundred more will get you
a brand new Denon
with all the decoding and HDMI functions you could need, you'd be stuck
with a bottom of the line Denon. For those that love their analogue
gear but want to hear what all the high def fuss is about, the AT-HD570
might be just the ticket.
Atlona HDMI 1.3 Audio De-Embedder Supports Lossless Audio
Atlona Technologies has launched its AT-HD570 HDMI 1.3 Audio De-Embedder, a device that can retrieve digital audio signals from any HDMI source.
The device will strip the audio signal to either Optical or
Multi-channel stereo audio inputs, while the video remains on the HDMI
The audio decoder supports:
- Uncompressed analog LPCM 7.1
- New lossless compressed digital audio
- Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD Master Audio
- High-definition video up to 1080p
AT-HD570, which also includes CEC bypass and video pass-through,
supports digital video formats in Deep Color Mode from 25MHz to 6.75GHz
for 36 bits.
The AT-HD570 can also serve as a repeater and is HDCP-compliant. It
doesn't scale or upconvert.
Atlona AT-HD570 HDMI 1.3 Audio De-Embedder