Additional visits with companies on the CEDIA show floor. To progress through the images, click on the bar at right.
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Bryston’s Gary Dayton, with the SP4 Home Theater Processor, which provides what the company terms a fully immersive Dolby Atmos experience ($13,995). It alsp supports DTS-X, Auro3D and legacy formats. Its seven-input/two-output HDMI matrix will accept 4K/HDR sources and is HDMI 20/HDCP 2.2 compliant. Up to 16 discrete channels of audio can be processed concurrently, says the company. The SP4 was on display as a partner of Roon Labs, as it is able to accommodate Roon’s high-resolution streaming technology.