This 8K HDMI eARC Adapter plugs into the ARC / eARC HDMI port of the TV and an HDMI input of the AVR or Sound Bar. It turns your receiver into an eARC capable receiver (minus one HDMI port used for the connection). It will allow EXTERNAL (only) devices plugged into the TV's HDMI ports to pass through Hi Def audio such as Atmos, DTS:X and DTS-Master.
HDTV Supply has tested our WolfPack 8K products with these 8K devices:
- 8K XBOX-X
- 8K Sony PS5
- 8K TV form CHANGHONG
- 8K TV from Samsung
- 8K (4320p) NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Video Card
If you have another 8K product that isn't listed, email the URL Link to us at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your application and we will evaluate it.
8K HDMI eARC Adapter Features:
- World's first HDMI 2.1 eARC adapter that allows HD audio up to Dolby Atmos over TrueHD from ANY external HDMI source to ANY eARC/ARC sound system
- Perfect solution for SONOS ARC / BOSE 500 / BOSE 700 & any eARC / ARC AVR & Soundbar
- Separate Audio Output for Atmos AV Receivers
- HDMI 2.1, HDCP 2.3 compliant, 40Gbps
- Up to 8K60 YCBCR 4:2:0 10bit, 8K30 RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit or 4K120 RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit
- HDR, HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision & ALLM / VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) pass through
- Quick Frame Transport (QFT)
- Audio ONLY output for legacy AVR without eARC / ARC function
- Built-in Equalizer, Retiming and Driver
- Compact design with Aluminum case
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As a result of a variety of pandemic-related circumstances, we have experienced significant cost increases on a number of our products. A variety of factors have contributed, including higher material costs, increased labor charges, and supply chain and delivery issues that are impacting many electronic component manufacturers.
We have worked hard to mitigate these increases, and in many cases we have been able to mitigate most, if not all of them. However, the cost of some of our 8K products has risen to the point where we can no longer absorb the full amount. so we have raised their prices.