Set up Guide for Your CineHome II and CineHome PRO


  • Box A A contains your Power Cables, Owners Manual and Quickstart guide.

  • Box B contains the Enclave CineHub, its power supply and HDMI Cable. (Please open this box last!)

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    Place speaker in corner of your room.


    Place speaker under or above your TV.


    Place the left and right speakers on each side of your TV.


    Place the left and right rear surround speakers behind or in line with your listening position.


  • Connect each speaker with the power cables in Box A. The LED behind the speaker will blink when it’s ready to pair.


  • Take the HDMI cable and connect the CineHub to the TV’s HDMI port marked (ARC).
  • Make sure your TV has HDMI-CEC enabled. HDMI-CEC has various names that are manufacturer dependent:
  • Samsung: Anynet+
    LG: SimpLink
    Sony: Bravia Link
    Phillips: EasyLink
    Panasonic: Viera Link
    Hitachi: HDMI-CEC
    Vizio: HDMI-CEC
  • Refer to your manufacturer if you need assistance in enabling CEC/ARC functionality on your specific TV model.
  • Connect the CineHub with the provided power supply. Once connected the CineHub will blink for approximately 10 seconds. It is auto-discovering the speakers, you needn't do anything.
  • Once the hub stops blinking, open the Enclave CineHub Remote App on your phone, tablet or TV* and hit the Power button to turn on the hub and begin customizing the audio settings to your taste.
  • *(Android TV Google Playstore or TVOS on Apple TV Q2 2020)

The Enclave CineHub Remote App


Control in the
Palm of your hand.
Room setup and Calibration
Speaker Level Setup
  • Dolby Pro Logic Mode

    Select Auto to up mix Your [Left Right] Up to 5,1 Surround Sound.

  • Wholeroom Stereo

    Turn the Center in to Stereo on Left and Right near Surrounds left right Signal to offer a room wide stereo sound for music or news/sportcasting.

  • Dolby Dynamic Range Mode

    Maximum offers the Widest Dynamic Range Between Loud and quiet Signals.Minimum - to Compress the Volume Diffrence Between Loud and Quiet Signals.

  • ABC Mode

    Toggle Between @ARC/ARC Mode the TV does not Support @ARC

Room setup and Calibration
Speaker Level Setups
  • Dolby Pro Logic Mode

    Up mix any stereo 2 channel signal from your TV to 5.1 surround sound with Dolby Pro Logic.

    Dolby Dynamic Range Mode

    Turn up to hear every detail from your favorite scenes or maybe quiet down to let the kids sleep Dolby Dynamic Range lets you control that loudest and softest volume so you have an enjoyable experience.

  • Wholeroom Stereo

    Play your favorite tunes across our speakers with Wholeroom Stereo mode where you can expand the sound stage and fill the back of the room. Whole room stereo is also great for those requiring assisted hearing by offering dialogue to the rear speakers.

Home theater so simple, it sets it self up