nanoAVR HDHDMI Audio processor and 2x1 HDMI switch, USB and Ethernet control, up to 7.1 processing, Android and IOS app
The nanoAVR HD is a high-resolution 8-channel audio processor combined with a 2-input HDMI audio and video switch. The floating-point SHARC digital signal processor (DSP) at its core provides an unmatched level of tuning flexibility for eight channels of uncompressed high-resolution (24-bit, 96 kHz) digital audio. Channel routing and mixing, bass management, independent crossovers, 10 bands of parametric EQ on every channel, time alignment... this palm-sized processor is a little powerhouse of audio processing for your home theater. Last but not least, our free Android and iOS App provide live control of basic settings such as volume/mute/presets. An all in one control remote from your tablet/phone!
- Processor: 32-bit floating-point Analog Devices SHARC DSP
- Input / Output resolution: 24 bits
- Channel count: 8 in, 8 out
- Maximum Input sample rate: 216 kHz
- Internal operating sample rate: 96 kHz
- Output sample rate: 96 kHz
What's in the box?
- 1 x nanoAVR HD DSP unit1 x USB 2.0 cable (1.5m)
- 1 x Ethernet cable (1m)
- 1 x HDMI v1.4 flat cable (1.5m)
- 1 x 5V DC power supply with 4 plugs
- 1 x Plug-in
- Free Android App for control
- Free iOS App for control via iPhone/iPad
UMIK-1, unique calibration file mircophone for accurate acoustic measurements
Looking for an HDMI to analog out solution?
Check out the nanoAVR HDA.
|Digital Signal Processor Engine||Floating-point Analog Devices SHARC DSP|
Internal Processing resolution
32-bit / 96kHz
8 in / 8 out
Audio Input Connectivity
2 x HDMI 1.4a
Audio Output Connectivity
1 x HDMI 1.4a
Input / Output Max Levels
|Calibration Software||nanoAVR plugin|
|DSP Presets||Up to 4 presets|
|Dimensions||31 x 161 x 200 mm|
|Power||External 5V supply|
|Impulse Response Correction||✘|
|Infrared Remote Learning||✔|
|Room EQ Wizard Support||✔|
Application notes on nanoAVR HD
In this app note we will show you how to equalize all channels of your home theater system using the miniDSP nanoAVR. Before starting on this app note, you will need to connect the nanoAVR into your system and ensure that it is working correctly. To do so, please read through the User Manual.
In this app note we will show you how to perform bass management with the nanoAVR and the nanoAVR_BM bass management plugin. Before starting on this app note, you will need to have connected the nanoAVR into your system and equalized each output channel following the app note Equalizing your home theater system with the nanoAVR and UMIK-1.
Please note: the nanoAVR Basic does not contain an embedded Dolby/DTS decoder
and therefore only accepts linear PCM (LPCM) audio streams. Please make sure
that your player/source can be set to provide multichannel audio as linear PCM.
I'm really excited about adding a nanoAVR to my AV system; it represents a significant upgrade when compared with the EQ capabilities of my Pioneer Elite SC-55 AVR. Specifically, it allows me to set custom crossover points for my front and rear speakers. It also vastly improves upon my Pioneer's built-in EQ capabilities.Mark Henninger from AVSForum
The HomeTheaterShack community and the great team behind it goes at great length to review products. Reading from the lengthy but well written technical reviews from Wayne Myers, we can only guess that it too a lot of time and energy to fully evaluate the product.
The nanoAVR HD is a dynamite offering from the miniDSP team, and gets my full recommendation...Wayne Myers from HomeTheaterShack
Kal Rubinson keeps pushing the limit of our platforms with yet another complete review of his experience with the nanoAVR in his budget equipment review.
I can now highly recommend the miniDSP nanoAVR 8x8 for use with high-end pre-pros that lack EQ or have limited or inadequate EQ.Kalman Rubinson from Stereophile.com