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New to home DSP 3 years 3 months ago #41014

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First post.
I have 2 HDMI sources - cable box and Apple TV.
Presently the HDMI plug directly into the TV from each source. The ARC out is sent to a Sonos’ AMP via HDMI and connected to a pair of Totem Arros. I also have a wired Sunfire HRS8 subwoofer that connects to the Sonos AMP.
My thought is to use the nanoAVR HD as the switcher and send the audio to the Sonos AMP.
I understand the value of a DSP as it relates to car audio (basic knowledge)
With my setup would I benefit with the DSP.

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New to home DSP 3 years 2 months ago #41122

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Sounds like a neat setup... Is there any way to get us a tiny diagram (hand drawn enough) so we can get a better idea?
nanoAVR doesn't support ARC so not sure how that would work with the Sonos setup.. :-(

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