Summit Semiconductor Wireless 7.1 HDMI Audio Hub for Home Theaters

Summit Semiconductor Wireless 7.1 HDMI Audio Hub for Home Theaters

Hansong Technologies and Summit Semiconductor present to the world industry’s first full 7.1 HDMI Wireless Audio Hub for Home Theaters speakers systems. The small device is HDMI audio hub, which provides audio video receiver connectivity and advanced high definition audio decode for digital televisions, and can be used with different devices such as Blu-ray players, game consoles, music players set top boxes and more.

The Wireless Auido Hub has on screen display and LED status that  indicate input selection and surround mode and also a plenty of interfaces like ,  5.1 optical and coax, three HDMI inputs and one output, stereo analog inputs for divice like iPod, iPhone, MP3 players, and more, supports DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD audio format, also supports speaker configurations from stereo to 7.1.


It is compatible with all Summit Wireless enabled speakers and utilize Summit Wireless’ automatic optimization capability that includes SpeakerFinder™ instant setup and MyZone™ audio sweet spot calibration,  which “in seconds assigns the correct audio channel to each speaker and produces a time aligned sound field for the listener by instantly adjusting delay and volume to their listening position in the room.”

SpeakerFinder Automatic speaker discovery

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