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The 4K HDMI Audio De-Embedder from KanexPro allows you to extract multi-channel audio from HDMI signals up to 4K Ultra HD resolution and provides outputs for analog stereo and digital S/PDIF (TOSLINK) audio for routing to a sound system. An HDMI output lets you pass the source signal on to a display, though the de-embedded audio is available with or without a display connected. The device supports color depths up to 16-bit per color channel, is fully HDCP compliant, and, in addition to UHD video, supports 3D and 1080p/60 video signals.
For EDID management, there is a switch built-in to the device that will recognize and switch between 2.0-channel PCM, 5.1-channel, and TV EDID to match with the source. When selecting a 2-channel PCM output, the audio de-embedder can output analog stereo and digital S/PDIF simultaneously to separate devices. The audio de-embedder requires low-power to operate and will work normally for all HDMI powered devices. A micro-USB cable is included for connecting to a 5 VDC power supply when needed.
HDMI audio de-embedding
Analog stereo and digital S/PDIF (TOSLINK) digital audio outputs
Supports 4K UHD, 1080p60, and 3D signals
De-embeds audio with or without HDMI output connected to a display
Simultaneous analog stereo and digital S/PDIF outputs when de-embedding two-channel PCM
Supports color depths of 8, 10, 12, and 16 bits per color channel
EDID and HDCP Compliant
Automatic input cable equalization
Front panel micro-USB port for power (micro-USB cable included)
Converts 2-channel from 24-bit up to 192 kHz audio