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HDFury - 4K Maestro 18Gbps TX/RX

Maestro is the world most powerful Point to Point HDBT solution ever!
4K HDR 18Gbps/600MHz via Ethernet cable have never been so beautiful.


  • State of the art solution for up to 330ft long distance 4K HDR 18Gbps/600MHz transmission via Ethernet cable (HDBaseT)
  • Support any video and/or audio signal in existence today including LLDV, HLG, HDR10+, DTS:X, ATMOS and more…
  • Maestro allows any HDMI source (Blu-ray, UHD Blu-ray, media players, satellite receiver, game consoles, PCs, etc.) to be shown on any of the connected displays and any sources Full HDMI audio to be played on ANY AVR.
  • World First: Maestro is now also capable of extracting full audio from any TV ARC or eARC (HDMI2.1) up to Atmos High Bit Rate over True HD and forward it via HDMI to ANY AVR capable input!
  • World First: TMDS switching for all inputs which allow to autoswitch sources such as ATV4K, X1X or Shield that no other switch on the market are able to autoswitch.
  • Other World First: RS232 custom editable command based on incoming signal, Nits Booster, HDR Fixer, HDR metadata replacement, HLG>HDR converter, AVI deciphering and creating, Unique webserver embedded, etc...
  • Hardware-wise, you have the Maestro TX (Central) featuring 4 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI video output with scaling option and 1 dedicated HDMI full audio output at 720p or 1080p, LAN Control, HDbaseT output, RS232, L/R stereo or Optical 5.1 output, IR TX, IR RX, IR sensor, IR window, OLED display and 4 buttons on the side allowing to enter/exit and perform change in the device system menu.
  • On the other end, the Maestro RX device self-powered by the TX-Central is featuring HDbaseT input, 2 LAN port to share Internet connection with game console, TV or media player, 2 HDMI outputs with scaling capabilities, RS232, L/R stereo or Optical 5.1 output, SPDIF input, IR sensor, IR TX, OLED display and 4 buttons on the side to enter/exit system menu and perform changes in settings.
  • All inputs are capable of 4K HDR/HLG/DV/HDR10+ up to 18Gbps for video and support any sound format in existence today, all video outputs are capable of outputting 18Gbps and all sound formats as well whether they are on the TX-Central or the RX one.
  • Both units are always running in a Matrix/Scaler mode ensuring your setup remains optimized at its best capabilities.
  • Software-wise, Maestro is the first device to provide you full control via the embedded and brand new HDfury webserver ! The need of a dedicated computer with special driver to run configuration software or update is now a thing of the past !
  • You can use any web browser based device such as any computer or smartphone to access, control and update Maestro TX Central and Maestro RX (each one have its own webserver), the process is as easy as visiting a web page.
  • We went further than anything we ever made and full filled Maestro with revisited and improved HDR management feature. We also added some new features never seen before such as TMDS switching for all inputs which allow to autoswitch sources such as ATV4K, X1X or Shield that no other switch on the market are able to autoswitch.
  • World First eARC HDMI2.1 breakthrough: Maestro TX now support ARC and eARC sound extraction from TV for up to Atmos high bit rate over TrueHD forwarded to any AVR input via Maestro TX HDMI audio output (ARC-Key feature) !
  • All HDfury legacy features remain present, each input EDID can be set individually from a list of 100 EDID, HDCP conversion, Scaling and signal operations such as Chroma/Color depth/Color space, PJ&Display macro, Infoframes modes, CEC command, ARC, HTPC mode, special modes, sound extraction and more.
  • All setup informations are visible at first sight via OLED, On Screen Display or Webserver.

FYI - Received information in email today.

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^^^^ sounds great for those that may need HDBT. I wonder if they are using the new Valens chipsets. I suppose coupled with solid core CAT-6 (550Mhz) that would be a viable option.

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'I wonder if they are using the new Valens chipsets' - HDFury have been working on this New product range for a while and have had pre production and production units out in the wild for a couple of months now so unlikely it includes the VS3000 chipset.

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