Enclave Audio CineHome HD Wireless Home Theater System Review Test Bench

Test Bench

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Left front satellite (purple) +2.63/–1.72 dB, 200 Hz to 10 kHz; –3 dB @ 96 Hz, –6 dB @ 90 Hz.

Subwoofer (blue) Close-miked response, normalized to level @ 80 Hz: lower –3 dB @ 32 Hz, –6 dB @ 28 Hz, upper –3 dB @ 103 Hz.—MJP

Video The Enclave passed our video test benchmark for clipping.—MT

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schneiderbecket's picture

HOW MANY READERS DO YOU NEED TO LOOSE? "No Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio decoding" = 0 stars....

Rocketman2014's picture

@scheiderbecket Did we read the same article? The system will take Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD without issue. One simply has to send it in PCM format (Unompressed) from the player to the receiver. The fact that it does not have an onboard decoder is meaningless. Uncompressed audio is actually the highest form you can send, yes even over lossless (but still compressed). Sounds like you're a guy who likes to see pretty labels on things and pay more for them when you dont need to.