HDfury Integral 2 is a 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz 18Gbps HDMI2.0b Level A smart converter for interoperability between legacy equipment, for integrators, content creators, calibrators, streamers, digital entertainment centers, UHDTV retail, show sites, data centers, schools, conference or home cinema.
HDfury Integral 2 is capable of converting HDCP, FHD<>UHD Resolution, Chroma, Color Depth, Color Space and more in order to individually feed any of the connected sinks at their best capabilities. GUARANTEED!
User can pass thru Dolby Vision or HDR from Source to TV while sending Dolby Atmos or any sound format to a non DV or HDR capable AVR.
Featuring a true 2×2 18Gbps HDMI matrix/splitter/switcher/scaler/converter/audio de-embedder, HDfury Integral 2 can also act as an Infoframe and HDR metadata Injector and Extractor, HDCP Doctor, CEC Commander, HDMI Doctor, EDID manager and more…
It supports any HDMI, any HDCP and any HDR up to HDR10+, HLG or Dolby Vision, including LLDV.
HDMI Audio is compatible with any sound format in existence today.
It provides full EDID management for an optimal handling of today’s wide variety of sources and displays and comes with OSD, IR, RS232 and stereo or optical audio output for ARC up to Atmos®, DD+®, Dolby® 7.1, DTS® and LPCM for capable sink.
Instantly get and feel the HDMI supervisor power through OSD, Windows GUI, RS232, iOS/Android APP (with GoBlue) and more…
Note that it have the best 18Gbps signal integrity ever seen for a 5v device, thus ensuring seamless integration even with marginal cables that would otherwise not work with others devices for high bandwidth signals.
If you ever saw the following statement: “this TV does not support HDCP 2.2. Make sure you have HDCP 2.2 capable TV” or a similar HDCP error message, make sure you never see it again with HDfury Integral 2!
|HDMI revision:||HDMI 2.0b (Level A) 600Mcsc – 18Gbps|
|Integral2 Support:||600MHz/18Gbps HDR, HDR10+, HLG, DV & LLDV, ARC, ALLM, IMAX|
|Max Resolution:||4K60 4:4:4 8b, 4K60 4:2:2 12b, 4K120 4:2:0 8b or 8K30 4:2:0 8b|
|I/O:||2 HDMI In, 2 HDMI Out, IR, RS232, USB, Analog Jack, Optical Out.|
|Upscale port:||FHD 1080p to UHD 2160p & 2K/DCI to 4K/DCI|
|Downscale port:||UHD 2160p to FHD 1080p & 4K/DCI to 2K/DCI|
|Signal Conversion:||Resolution, Chroma Subsampling, Color Space, Color Depth, HDCP|
|HDCP Conversion:||Any HDCP to any HDCP with CST1 support|
|Operating Modes:||18Gbps Scaler, Switcher, Splitter & Matrix with CEC, ARC and EDID management|
|Special Modes:||CEC Command, HTPC, Disable or inject HDR, HDMI Doctor and JVC Macro.|
|EDID Modes:||10 EDID Flags, 100 EDID Banks (10 custom)|
|Infoframe Modes:||Capture, edit, block or replace HDR metadata, AVI & VSIF.
Read SPD, Audio, HDMI Vendor, HDMI Forum
|Control Modes:||IR, Windows GUI, RS232 for Linux/MAC/Win, Android/iOS with GoBlue|
|On Screen Display:||Editable with custom text and mask. (cover TV channel logo)|
|Dimension:||3.9″L x 2.4″W x 0.8″H – in CM: 10 x 6 x 3|
|Weight:||130g – 0.3 LBS|
|Other info:||Input Lag <1ms (nanoseconds count)|
When my Xbox One and Epson 5040UB are connected through my receiver, the projector goes black and cuts off (audio as well). I was very dissapointed at my purchase of a new Xbox and the Epson projector. I was to the point of returning both until I did some research on AVS forums. Everyone was recommending the HD Fury, I purchased this and this is how I have it set up, Edid slide on custom, scale slide on autoscaling, make sure unit is unlocked (usermanual p13). No more issues with Xbox One X and Projector! Thank god for this poduct! I definitely recommend it! If you have a rack system – the LED signage is bright and awesome looking, I have mine turned on:)