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Okays guys lets 1st start by apologizing for my ignorance.
I am a long time gamer over 3 decades to be exact.
I love graphics. And for the last 13 years. I have been able
To play all game systems on my Mitsubishi 65" diamond rear projector.
It is a HDTV but has no hdmi connections.

Let me stop some of you before you start. Yes when 1080i cam out some if not a lot of units didn't have hdmi. My tv being 13 years old I'm not ready to bite the bullet and purchase a new unit. To be honest I know I going to see a tv that cost 4k that I want so I won't spend 500 for a temp tv. Just not me.

Okay with all that addressed. I purchased a hdfury 1st edition. Can I use this to play my ps4 on my current tv. I'm not sure if they had editions orginaly. But this one unit is gold with VGA connection.

This is where I'm completely lost
What I need to know is if I can use the hdfury. If so how.
Will I loose out using an hdfury. My tv has s-video. VGA. And component.
post #2 of 3
Hi there,

With PS4 FW 1.50, there is still no support for DVI-D(hdcp) display, you can easily confirm this by trying to hook up PS4 to a DVI-D(hdcp) monitor with a HDMI to DVI-D cable.
So until sony fix the output of their PS4 to work with DVI-D(hdcp) display you cannot use the HDF1 (since HDF1 is a DVI-D/hdcp design)
However, HDfury2,HDfury3, HDfury4, all work perfectly to convert HDMI from PS4 into Component, RGBHV or DVI-D (or HDMI without the annoying 4 letters).
HDfury4 with scaler firmware can even convert to any ratio (like 1920x1200 or 1600x1200).

Check their latest news from the official website: http://www.hdfury.com/hdfury-output-vga-component-hdmi-and-dvi-d-from-the-ps4/
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I was looking at the hdfury site. They mention running dr.hdmi with the 1gen hdfury. That should work
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