Steinway Lyngdorf's Newest Processor Launches At CEDIA Expo 2019

September 9, 2019

  • P300

Steinway & Sons


Introducing the next generation of surround sound from Steinway Lyngdorf: the new Steinway & Sons P300 immersive sound processor. The P300 processor will launch at CEDIA Expo in Denver next week, but here are some key highlights:

  • New HDMI 2.0b board capable of supporting video resolutions up to 4K@60Hz : YCbCr 4:2:2 (4:4:4/RGB), 600MHz with Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG on all inputs and outputs (18 Gbps). Decodes up to 16 native audio channels, which allows for introducing support of DTS:X® Pro as well as DOLBY ATMOS®, AURO 3D®, and legacy formats.
  • Optional DCI-compliant AES67 input/output board.
  • Roon Endpoint (awaiting certification)
  • Main output can receive eArc (Enhanced Audio Return), which allows for an Atmos encoded bitstream returned from the TV as well as dynamic Lip-Sync.
  • HDMI matrix switch routes any of the 8 HDMI inputs to any of the 4 HDMI outputs or the HDBaseT output.

Steinway & Sons


Steinway & Sons P300 surround sound processor from Steinway Lyngdorf is built for the demanding audiophile, who requires the ultimate performance in immersive formats as well as stereo. With the new state-of-the-art HDMI and decoder boards, the P300 pass-through 4K-60Hz video with full decoding of 16 native channels and support of up to 256 speakers – all with RoomPerfect™ room correction and intelligent bass management.

State-of-the-art HDMI processing

The P300 features full HDMI matrix functionality between the 8 HDMI inputs and 5 outputs (one being HDBaseT), and this new masterpiece now supports the HDMI 2.1 feature eARC with Dynamic Lip-Sync as well as the latest decoding and post-processing formats. With full 16 channel decoding the P300 offers full support of the immersive surround formats DOLBY ATMOS®, DTS:X® PRO and AURO-3D®, and it delivers a surround sound experience that outmatches anything in and above its class.

Allowing a video throughput of up to 18 Gbps the P300 supports the full 4K 60Hz video stream including the passing of HDR or Dolby Vision information. eARC will allow for a full Dolby Atmos audio bitstream being ‘returned’ to the processor from the television allowing for full audio quality from the TV’s built-in media players.