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Looking for HDMI Matrix Switch 18 Gbit/s for 4K HDR

Does anyone know if there exists a 2x2 (2 inputs and 2 outputs) HDMI Matrix Switch with full bandwidth 18 Gbit/s for 4K HDR and full switch option flexibilities, between inputs and outputs.
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HDFury Integral is a good option - a bit unconventional in terms of the 'Form' of the switch but has you covered on the Tech Specs.

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HDFury Integral is a good option - a bit unconventional in terms of the 'Form' of the switch but has you covered on the Tech Specs.

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Thank you Joe
I will go for the Integral, have already send a request to HD Fury.
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Ideal - if you get stuck drop me a note, we can ship from the UK.

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Ideal - if you get stuck drop me a note, we can ship from the UK.

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Thank you Joe.


Just one more question and sorry that I have bring this up as a new subject. Can the HD-Fury Integral be used as splitter for a 4K UHD Blu-ray player and output to a 1080p projector and a 4K HDR TV and ONLY bring the resolution down to 1080p when the projector is in use, making it possible to watch 4K content on the TV.
The TV always needs signal, because it handles the surround sound.

I know a normal splitter is not able to do this because the EDID information from the 1080p projector will take the resolution down.
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There is no scaling (up or down) on the Integral - it simply sends info to your Source for your Source to react to.

Assuming your Source responds correctly to the EDID it is presented with you can toggle the Integral between the desired modes (UHD/HD) depending on which display you wish to view on.

Currently you can combine an Integral with a Linker to split a signal and deliver UHD to one Display and simultaneously HD to a second display - there is a new unit (Vertex) on the way which combines most of the features of the Integral and Linker into a single unit.

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There is no scaling (up or down) on the Integral - it simply sends info to your Source for your Source to react to.

Assuming your Source responds correctly to the EDID it is presented with you can toggle the Integral between the desired modes (UHD/HD) depending on which display you wish to view on.

Currently you can combine an Integral with a Linker to split a signal and deliver UHD to one Display and simultaneously HD to a second display - there is a new unit (Vertex) on the way which combines most of the features of the Integral and Linker into a single unit.

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I’m not interested to scale the signal, the two options I would like to be able to use the Integral is:

1. TV and PJ running at the same time, both recieving a 1080p signal. (PJ is JVC HD950 and source is Oppo-203 and I want the player to do the downscale and output in 1080p)

2. TV only gets a 4K signal from the Oppo, PJ is switcht off.

If I understand you right, it seems to me that it should be possible to do this with the Integral.
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Yes what you require is possible with the HDF Integral.

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Yes what you require is possible with the HDF Integral.

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Thank you for your reply. Sorry for my mess, trying actually to delete this new thread again.


Can I contact you for further information and possibly buying of the HD-Fury Integral.
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No probs - drop me a PM or email.

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