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Extron Debuts SSP 200 Surround Processor

Intended for Pro AV use, the Extron SSP 200 automatically decodes Dolby and DTS formats from HDMI sources to discreet audio outputs.

Extron SSP 200 Surround Sound Processor
Extron SSP 200 Surround Sound Processor

Anaheim, CA (September 30, 2020)—Extron has unveiled its new SSP 200 Surround Sound Processor designed for pro AV applications in corporate and commercial environments. The new processor automatically decodes Dolby and DTS formats from HDMI sources to discreet audio outputs.

The unit offers up to 10 built-in outputs, plus additional outputs via an EXP port, includes support for the latest immersive formats of Dolby Atmos and DTS:X; and sports an upmix function that synthesizes multichannel audio from stereo content.

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Featuring an HDMI input with loop through and EXP expansion port connection to DMP Series audio DSP processors, the SSP 200 is designed for integration into pro A/V installations. The SSP 200 is housed in a 1U, half rack width enclosure that is rack‑mountable and is said to require less space than a typical consumer surround processor or AV receiver. It can be controlled and configured using RS‑232 serial control or via a network connection.

“The SSP 200 addresses the increasing demand to provide immersive audio systems in boardrooms and auditoriums”, says Casey Hall, vice president of Sales and Marketing at Extron. “It offers a host of integrator-friendly features not found on other surround sound processors, all provided in a compact half-rack package that makes the SSP 200 the AV professional’s clear choice over bulky consumer receivers.”

Extron • www.extron.com

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