The Crestron® HD-XSPA makes it easy to put great surround sound in any room of the house as part of a complete home automation and entertainment system. Engineered with integration in mind, the HD-XSPA delivers pure, impactful power and performance in less space than other alternatives, and includes advanced features for sharing sources between rooms and controlling everything with a choice of touch screens, handheld remotes, and mobile devices. In one compact, 2-space rack-mountable package, the HD-XSPA packs a professional-grade 7.1 surround sound processor, high-efficiency eight-channel power amplifier, ultra high-definition 4K video switcher, 4K DigitalMedia™ receiver, and Crestron control interface.
High-Definition Professional Surround Sound Processor
Great surround sound starts with a great processor, and the HD-XSPA employs professional grade decoding and signal processing to support the latest 7.1 digital formats including Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby Digital® Plus, and DTS-HD Master Audio™. Onboard DSP provides the sonic tools needed to maximize the sound quality of each speaker within the room, including a choice of 9-band graphic or parametric EQ, plus trim, delay, crossover, and speaker protection adjustments. Additional controls are provided for main volume, bass, treble, loudness, compression, and LFE. Advanced HDCP management ensures trouble-free handling of copy-protected digital HD content.
High-Powered 7.1 Surround Sound Amplifier
Despite its compact size, the HD-XSPA delivers a generous amount of power from its onboard multichannel power amplifier. Each amp channel is capable of producing a gratifying 140 Watts at 8 Ohms, and 240 Watts at 4 Ohms. Instead of the customary seven amp channels, the HD-XSPA features eight full channels of robust amplification to drive a complete 7.1 speaker system including a passive in-wall subwoofer, minimizing both rack space and floor space requirements. A line-level sub output is also included to support an active powered subwoofer.
The HD-XSPA can be set up to support a wide variety of speaker configurations up to 7.1. When configured for use with a 5.1 or smaller speaker system, two of its amp channels can be reallocated to drive a second stereo zone. See “Downmix Output” below for more information.