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Update for McIntosh MX100

Now you can integrate the home cinema processor into your smart home.

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Published 2022-04-07 - 8:00 am

An update to the McIntosh MX100 home cinema processor gives it support for integration and control with Control4. Which is a control protocol where connected products are integrated into the sound, heat and light control of a smart home.

The McIntosh processor is a pure home bioprocessor and if you do not have the very latest firmware, you will need to download and update the MX100 to version 2.134 or newer. Then the processor is ready for downloading the Control4 installer.

If you have an older version of the firmware, you should visit a McIntosh dealer to update your MX100.

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McIntosh MX100 from behind. (Photo: McIntosh)

The McIntosh MX100 is equipped with digital inputs only, but has analog outputs for all channels. Among the inputs are four HDMI inputs and one HDMI output with Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) support.

It also supports Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG. It has support for 4:4:4 colour matrix and Rec.2020, and then it has 3D video passthrough. If anyone still has a use for it.

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McIntosh MX100 in rack. (Photo: McIntosh)

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