MuxLab Enables Greater Compatibility Between HDMI and Audio Devices

SAN DIEGO, CA, CEDIA Booth 4654 – MuxLab introduces CEDIA attendees to two new audio extraction devices aimed at simplifying integration between dedicated audio equipment and 4K displays.  Both solutions function as a hub that extracts digital and analog audio from an HDMI signal to be sent to digital and analog receiver inputs using a single HDMI input on an AV source.

The HDMI to HDMI with Audio Extraction, 4K/60 (model 500436) provides one HDMI input/output that connects an AV source to its display, supporting 4K@60Hz on the output with 8-bit color and HD audio. Digital audio is extracted from Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Digital Plus and Atmos formats and delivered via a TosLink port. LPCM audio is extracted and delivered as two-channel analog audio via a 3.5mm audio port.

The HDMI Audio Extractor with Dolby & DTS Downmixer (model 500439) provides one HDMI input/output that connects an AV source to its display, supporting 4K@60Hz. Audio is extracted from Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio or LPCM up to 7.1 channels and is down-mixed to two-channel analog audio via RCA L/R jacks.

“Both of these new audio extractors from MuxLab offer value to the residential integrator seeking easy methods of system integration with existing audio equipment in the home entertainment environment,” said Joe Teixeira, Director Product Management at MuxLab.