Based in the UK, Pulse-Eight are multi-award winning industry leading developers of Video/Audio control and distribution systems, we've been around since 2010 and do all our own manufacturing.

Our History

  • 2018 April:
    neo:8 Bronze Award - Best Matrix
    neo:Tap Remote Launcher Bronze Award - Best Control Device
    neo:Ultra Extender Set Bronze Award - Best Video Distribution System
  • 2017 May:
    neo:4 Professional w/ HDCP 2.2 wins Smart Building Awards - Matrix/Signal Distribution Product of The Year
  • 2017 April:
    neo:4 Professional w/ HDCP 2.2 wins SVI 2017 Silver Award - Best Video Distribution System
    Pulse-Eight wins SVI 2017 Gold Award - Best Manufacturer
  • 2016 September:
    neo:4 Professional w/ HDCP 2.2 wins CE Pro BEST Award - Home Theatre/Multi-Room Audio/Video/Switcher
  • 2016 May:
    neo Modular wins SVI 2016 Bronze Award - Best Video Distribution System
  • 2015 June: Launched neo:4 Professional video distribution system
  • 2015 February: Our expansion continues into a new 12,000 sq ft manufacturing facility
  • 2014 May: We've moved! we're now in Poole, Dorset with our own manufacturing line.
  • 2013 December: Launched HDBaseT Lite Extender Set
  • 2013 Feburary: Joined HDBaseT Alliance
  • 2012 October: Acquired TVonics brand and IP, continue to sell TVonics DTR-Z500HD and DTR-HD500 Set top boxes to the UK market.
  • 2012 June: Relocated to new premises in Peterborough, UK
  • 2012 April: Joined HDMI Forum, promoting and developing the next generation HDMI standards
  • 2012 March: Internal CEC Adapter launches to great success, allowing Intel HTPC owners to directly integrate CEC into their system.
  • 2012 January: Announced our own Internal CEC Adapter specifically designed for Intel's Low form factor DH61AG motherboards.
  • 2011 September: Launched our own USB - CEC Adapter to critical acclaim, allowing for the first time seamless integration between the TV and HTPC running XBMC (now Kodi) and MythTV
  • 2011 April: Launched Motorola NYXboard Hybrid, world's first designed for XBMC (now Kodi) remote, specifically tailored with HTPCs in mind to allow easy navigation and text input, with an innovative dual sided approach.