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MediaTek MT8507
« Reply #1 on: 06 January 2015, 11:30:06 PM »
MediaTek MT8507

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MediaTek is known for its high-performance SoC, both in audio and video, including the MT8555 is one of the few SoC both multimedia performance, capable of decoding Blu-ray and SA-CD. It has been incorporated into many universal players, the OPPO. At CES, MediaTek announced two new SoC, an intended only for audio, MT8507 SoC and the other is intended to be integrated into UHD TV based on Android, the MT5595.

MediaTek is working with Google to develop its new Google Cast for audio, the role of which is to allow music fans to connect quickly and easily to their music offers on-demand streaming. The MT8507 audio SoC can be integrated into tablets, smartphones, network drives, portable audio players, or even computers, bar sound, home theater, amplifiers or speakers that these devices run on iOS, Android or Windows.

Many streaming services are supported as Google Play Music, Youtube, Pandoira, Rhapsody, TuneIn. By cons, Qobuz HighResAudio or have not been mentioned, but that does not mean they can not be managed.

Key features of the system on chip MT8507:

    Heart processor ARM Cortex-A7 with L2 cache unit and floating point (FPU);
    Support for high-resolution audio formats up to 192 kHz (PCM, FLAC, APE) DSD management.
    Decoding Dolby TrueHD and DTS Digital Surround
    16-bit single-channel DDR3 memory up to 512 MB
    7.1ch output I2S and SPDIF
    HDMI repeater (Tx / Rx) integrated with ARC Audio Return Channel (Audio Return Channel)
    USB 2.0, SD card and plug MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link)
    Controller MAC / PHY integrated 10/100 Ethernet with Wolan function.

As for SoC MediaTek MT5595, the component manufacturer announced its collaboration with Google to develop the first TV platform 4K / UHD TV available on the Android market environment through the integration of Android TV software (version 5.0 Lollipop) Google in its MT5595 SoC.

With this new solution, UHD Android TV users can watch movies and shows from Google Play, access all applications and play games on their Android TV UHD. They pouront also use the voice activated search feature. TV all Android devices are also compatible with the Google Cast Ready technology, which can display content on TV from a mobile or a laptop.

This SoC is also the first in the world to allow the reading of Google VP9 and HEVC 4K / 60, 50 or 24 im / s. This is what SoC which is found in most UHD Android TV launched on the market in 2015 and that I present since the beginning of CES.

Main features of the system on chip MT5595

    SoC 4K TVs / UHD
    Architecture Quad Core (two ARM Cortex-A17 and two ARM Cortex A7 processors)
    HEVC decoders and VP9 4K 4K up to 60 frames / second
    Decoders Quad 2K HEVC / H.264 at 60 frames / sec concurrent (ie ability to broadcast up to 4 video streams at 1080p)
    Technology Integration ClearMotion MediaTek owner for conversion and improved low-speed videos.
    Supports broadcast standards worldwide:
    ATSC (US) / DTMB (China) / DVB (Europe) / ISDB (Japan);
    Ginga middleware / MHEG / MHP;
    Broadband service HbbTV (Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV).

These SoCs are already in production and integrated into various devices unveiled at CES, which will be marketed from March 2015. Note that MediaTek will surely once again present at the launch of the first Blu-ray players with a 4K MT5595, but compatible successor to HEVC HDR Rec.2020, etc. Maybe we find this new generation SoC Mediatek in future Blu-ray players OPPO 4K home.

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Re: Sony's Android TV First To Use MediaTek's New MT5595 Chip
« Reply #2 on: 07 January 2015, 02:46:17 PM »
Well, all these features but as always you will not to be able to send 5.1 DTS or PCM via hdmi coming from another hdmi input.