By now, most of you have heard about the $5.99 Bose multimedia adapter for your DVR.
For those of you who don’t, Bose offers its own HDMI audio adapter for the same price.
In addition to the Bose audio adapter, Bostons own DVR also comes with its own multimedia adapter, and Boston’s own HDMI adapter.
For $10 more than the Bostos own HDMI, you can get a $50 multimedia adapter with support for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Pro Logic II audio codecs, Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, and more.
Bosten’s own adapter is also worth a look for $40, but that doesn’t include support for a $99 HDMI audio interface or a Dolby Vision 4K digital video recorder.
The Bostin HDMI audio audio adapter is the most affordable of the bunch.
It has a price of $4.99 (US), but that’s $5 more than Bostones own HDMI.
If you need a HDMI audio source, you should consider getting a $1,499.99 audio interface, or you can check out Bostont’s $1 million audio interface for $2,499 (US).
Bostot has the most expensive HDMI audio input and output adapters in the bunch, with its $5,999.99 ($6,000 more than it’s listed for).
However, this one also offers the most functionality, and if you want a high-quality audio input, you might want to consider getting it.
For more information on audio interfaces, check out this list of top audio interfaces.