Ezcoo HDMI Audio Extractor: Users praise this device for its ability to extract high-quality audio from HDMI signals, making it ideal for various applications such as home theaters, streaming stations, and vintage A/V setups. The compact design, easy setup, and compatibility with different devices make it a versatile solution for improving audio output.Best for
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As part of my streaming station, audio is a major part of the successful delivery.
As we say, Cinema is the most "audio" of all the arts because without a good sound, there will be no great video production.
I was using it to extract audio from a 1080p 60fps stream and it worked perfectly. No worries about HDCP. I'm also glad to see that it's using a USB-C port and not a USB Mini port like they used to. Very easy to set up and use if you have a bit of experience working with computers.
I used this to extract audio from an HDMI signal going to a PC monitor and send the audio to a DAC and then an amplifier
The sound was clean, rich and steady which surprised me for a little unit like this
The controls are a bit of a thing but once you get it dialed in it is an excellent unit.
I didn't know until I got this that HDMI audio extractor existed. So I got this one and plug into my old speaker and sound is definitely more louder, enough to listen to movies. Some built-in monitor have very low power and you can't listened to what people said into the movies (looking at you Asus monitor....)
I'm pretty sure this gadget has plenty of usage options but I'm just using it to plug in a Bluetooth adapter and use a headset independent of the TV volume. My TV doesn't have an audio-out port so this extractor does the trick. Recommended.
Thanks to EzCoo for making devices to fix Apples mistakes. :)
I was looking to keep my new home theatre setup as simple as possible and the audio extractor from EzCoo was the missing piece I needed to do exactly that.
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