MiniDSP fans will likely rejoice at the latest offering, the HDMI-based nanoAVR. The new unit allows users to tweak and tune eight channels of uncompressed digital audio. With all the functionality that MiniDSP is famous for plus an all-digital signal path. I'll dispense with journalistic objectivity and admit that I want one. Now. Fortunately, I'll have a chance to check out a review unit soon enough, so stay tuned for that.
The NanoAVR offers 32-bit floating-point processing, two HDMI 1.4a inputs and one HDMI 1.4a output. It passes along the video signal while performing its magic on the audio signal. Input and output resolution is 24-bit, and it supports 192 kHz input—although processing is performed at 96kHz. You can find more info on the miniDSP website.
The new nanoAVR from miniDSP is an all-digital, HDMI-based device
Here is the back panel of the new nanoAVR