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Outboard Spatial Audio Decoders

Does anyone know of any commercial and/or DIY, ambisonic, atmos or other spatial audio decoders.

I expanded my system to 9.1.4 but do not have the financial where-with-all (or rack space) for a new receiver.

TNX

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I expanded my system to 9.1.4 but do not have the financial where-with-all (or rack space) for a new receiver.
What does that mean?  You added speakers with no way to drive them???

Usually a receiver is more economical than any alternatives.

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When we moved I set up my studio in the new living room.  I added the ceiling speakers.  I have a full Pro Tools TDM but it's too old for the new spatial sound plug-ins.  I have the amazing Eventide H-Series digital processors (16 channels) that was going to build my own ambisonics decoder but I haven't found any practical information on the settings, only math, that I don't understand.   Then I got sick.  So I am looking into alternatives.  If you know of a preamp under $600 with 14 outputs that could work.

I am just surprised there is not a DIY solution.

 
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