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Tone Winner AT-300 16 channel home theatre AV processor 

Main features:
  • Supports Dolby Atmos, DolbyTrue HD & all the previous Dolby   audio formats.
  • Supports DTS:X, DTS-Master & all the previous HD audio formats.
  • Support HDMI2.0 & HDCP2.2.
  • Supports 4K/60Hz,RGB 4:4:4, 18GHz full bandwidth video signal
  • Supports DolbyVision and HDR 10 video signal.
  • Supports stacked OSD menu operation display.
  • Supports 9.3.4 or 7.3.6 in total 16 channels Dolby Atmos decoding lineout output.
  • Built-in auto room correction by Tone Winner
  • Built-in Bluetooth audio receiver function.
  • Built-in audio player function, support files playing from TF card & USB disk,
  • Supports several lossless & compressed audio format files playing, such as FLAC,APE, WAV, MP3 & etc; support multi-layer folder management.
  • Supports smart phone App control to be added in the future.
  • Supports over 12 variations of speaker configuration from 2.0 channel to 7.3.6
  • 6 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs, 2 coaxial inputs, 2 optical inputs & 3 analogue audio inputs.
  • RS232 integrated controller, IR inputs and Trigger outputs.
  • Supports HDMI ARC, eARC and CEC.
  • Up to 1 second lip sync adjustment.
  • Each channel has 7 to 11 band EQ adjustment.
  • Latest  ADI new dual core DSP.



Software Updates

Software Update April -2022 

Updates: Resolved audio drops for different media players and sound locks between sound formats )

( Please note! do not Download any Updates from ToneWinner Website )

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Tony Mah
Amazing value for the price!

Do your homework and ask a lot of questions. It doesn't have any apps built in nor a universal remote. It is a very good entry level preamp with 7.6.3 outputs.

Great Video Audio Processor money can buy

I could not believe that product like this existed at this price range. It felt like believing a ghost story. So, I tried to see this product in person, and googled the store address. I arrived and realized store did not exist like a ghost. Finding Amir took a quite a bit of effort on my end over 3 weeks due to his busy schedule. When i finally, literally got hold of him, It was like seeing a ghost. Story becomes unreal afterwords. I hook it up to my system, this sound I was solely missing started to play. All sources finally started to connect and come out in proper speaker it intended for. The sound was as if ghost visually showed up and started to play this amazing sound. My amp finally started to sing and play the real sound. I just want to tell you guys that this product is real and as good as it gets, the only thing mysterious about is its sound-unreal. It is as good as McIntosh mx100;

Lawrence Lee
Solid performance and features, no fluff

ToneWinner sets a new bar for value and performance that rival the big boys at a fraction of the price. Works great with Dolby Atmos (TrueHD and MAT), DTS-X, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-MA, etc.

Remote is basic in construction but checks a lot of boxes the big brands are missing - dedicated buttons to trim center channel, surrounds, heights, subwoofer. For those of us that love to tinker and dial their channels in, this is a HUGE plus. Dedicated buttons means no more digging through on-screen menus or apps to get your system just right.

The same can be said for selecting the upmixer / stereo / direct modes of your choice - no more clicking MOVIE or MUSIC to cycle through all the modes to get the one you want - dedicated buttons to Direct, Dolby, DTS, Stereo.

HDMI switching is a breeze. A tad bit slower than the big box brands, but no more or less reliable. On the odd time it fails to connect, cycling inputs resolves the signal.

Integrates well into Logitech Harmony, but you have to teach / learn the codes. Currently missing are discreet power on/off codes, but those
may come in the future?

Thanks for your help Aamir - a consummate professional as always!

Jocelyn Deguise

This processor has a lot of cool features for the price.

My setup is 9.2.4 and the Atmos and DTS-X quality blows me away!

Event the "Multi-channel" surround setting does a great job of sending sound to all speakers, especially when watching sports (hello, Formula One !). It even sounds better than both DTS's and Dolby's upmixers depending on the source.

The remote is great, with useful buttons, but I do wish it were backlit.

The AT-300 also looks great, in a subdued kind of way and feels very solid.

There are tons of customizing options but, like reported by many (and I do mean many) forum posts, the auto-calibration is not very good compared to Audyssey or Dirac.

Sure, the on-screen display looks a bit low-end (maybe a future firmware update will give it a more high-end look...) and the HDMI switching is sub-par: having to wait more than 15 seconds when I switch from an NVIDIA Shield to a Zidoo player is very close to unacceptable (I'm using 1.8 meters long and 8K certified cables), but once "locked" on the signal, visual quality is stunning.

The Bluetooth receiver sounds like total crap... but I wish it could also send Bluetooth to my headphones for "quiet" movie watching.

Other than those few negatives, this is a great pre-amp.

Wish list: an upgrade to the Dolby upmixer to take advantage of the front wide channels and, why not, DTS-X pro, since the chips in the AT-300 are apparently able to handle it.

Finally, Aamir from Summit Hi-Fi went out of his way to please me when I ordered: shipping was fast, price was amazing and he does seem to place customer service at the top of the list.

I'm more than satisfied with my purchase. Highly recommended to audio hobbyist but may be a bit to eccentric for the average user.

Why has the price inflated?

Curious why the price inflation