Surround Sound

G65 Surround Controller

20 years ago, in 1994, Meridian released the world’s first Digital Surround Controller, the 565. That same year Meridian entered the emerging home theatre market with another first, the Meridian Digital Theatre. The G65 continues this legacy with high performance, connectivity, and ease of use. When partnered with the HD621, the G65 features a comprehensive input capability to accommodate the widest range of audio and video sources. Now equipped with SpeakerLink and balanced analogue outputs, G65 is equally at home in Meridian Digital Theatres and with analogue loudspeaker-based systems.

861 V8 Reference digital surround Controller

The Meridian 861 V8 sits at the heart of the ultimate movie system, linking all your audio sources such as Blu-ray disc players, at the highest quality. Truly the brains of your home theatre operation, the 861 represents the most advanced example of our ground-breaking DSP control and processing system for the very highest-quality audio and video performance. Regularly revised since launch, the 861 V8 skilfully combines award-winning performance with the very latest technology. Featuring our patented filter which makes standard resolution sources sound like high-resolution, the 861 V8 also adds extensive connectivity. Its modular approach means that as new technologies develop, the 861 V8 can be easily upgraded, maintaining its world-leading performance levels as well as its value. There is simply no better way to the get the very highest audio quality from high definition sources. 

UHD722 HDMI AUDIO Processor

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The Meridian UHD722 HDMI Processor is the perfect link between your Meridian system and the latest HDMI-equipped video sources.

The UHD722 supports UHD (Ultra High Definition), HD (High Definition) and SD (Standard Definition) video.

The UHD722 seamlessly integrates up to seven HDMI sources into your Meridian system. The UHD722 splits the HDMI datastream from the selected source into separate audio and video signals. The video signal can be sent to one or two display devices while the audio is sent out of the unit free from the risk of subsequent sonic degradation derived from the presence of digital video signals.