Which plugin do I need to buy?

The plugin for the nanoAVR, called the nanoAVR 8x8, is included with your purchase, you do not need to purchase it separately. It will appear in the User Downloads area of the miniDSP website when your order sh...

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What is linear PCM?

Linear PCM is uncompressed audio. The HDMI connectors and cables have enough bandwidth to carry a full eight channels of uncompressed audio at sample rates up to 192 kHz. The nanoAVR accepts eight channels of l...

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Is the nanoAVR compatible with Dolby Digital and DTS?

No. These are compressed lossy formats that are used to reduce space on a DVD or Blu-ray disc, or to reduce bandwidth for streaming media and limited-bandwidth connections like TOSLINK. But HDMI has enough band...

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Will the nanoAVR work with Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD-MA?

No. While these are true high-definition formats, they are also compressed, used to reduce space on Blu-ray discs, and require proprietary decoders. Adding support for these formats to the nanoAVR would have me...

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Will my player/streamer generate multichannel linear PCM?

You will need to check the specifications of your player or streamer. Players that support Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD MA should be able to decompress the audio bitstream into multichannel linear PCM. Devices that ...

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Why is there no sound when I connect the nanoAVR to my TV?

It may be that the TV only supports audio at 48 kHz. The nanoAVR outputs audio at 96 kHz, so will not work with basic devices such as a TV. It is intended for use with an A/V receiver or A/V processor capable o...

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How do I get analog output from the nanoAVR?

You need to connect the nanoAVR to an A/V processor or and A/V receiver with preamp outputs.

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Is there a volume control for the nanoAVR?

Yes. You can program an infrared remote control to control volume. Please see the User Manual for details.

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No Audio and Video on nanoAVR

There could be multiple reasons but few things worth checking first before starting a ticket: 1) Make sure your Bluray player is setup for 1080p output. Anything else will create issues with mulitchannel due to...

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Can I upgrade my nanoAVR HD to a nanoAVR DL with Dirac Live support?

Yes, the nanoAVR HD will indeed become upgradable to the nanoAVR DL for a fee (300USD to be exact). Software programming tools will shortly be released.

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