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 meant extra product complexity and licensing costs, resulting in a higher price. We decided to keep it simple and put the available resources into high-resolution (96 kHz) audio processing, allowing the Blu-ray player to decode the compressed bitstream.
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