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Post link to YSP 5600 usermanual in PDF please.
Ok I apologize, my question though is not really regarding the YSP 5600 but a question on the HD Fury inte
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Ok I apologize, my question though is not really regarding the YSP 5600 but a question on the HD Fury inte
You said you have read the thread and learned from it, so you should have learned that exact specs of equipment is needed to give exact answer.
Please post link to YSP5600 usermanual in PDF and we will be able to give you exact answer.

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A question . I want to send HDMI to 3 receivers and have dts hdma and dolby true hd go to each of them . What would be the best way of doing this ? Does the HD Fury splitter act as a Dr HDMI to send the exact signal to each output ? Any help would be appreciated .
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A question . I want to send HDMI to 3 receivers and have dts hdma and dolby true hd go to each of them . What would be the best way of doing this ? Does the HD Fury splitter act as a Dr HDMI to send the exact signal to each output ? Any help would be appreciated .
Using 2 Integral is the best way to do that. (if source is HDCP2.x)

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You said you have read the thread and learned from it, so you should have learned that exact specs of equipment is needed to give exact answer.
Please post link to YSP5600 usermanual in PDF and we will be able to give you exact answer.
https://static.bhphotovideo.com/lit_files/124627.pdf

Here is the link I used, I hope you understand I am new to this forum and still learning so please forgive me if I am incorrect. As I said in my earlier post, I am trying to plug an HDMI signal into my YSP 5600 but it does not except HDR signals. My plan was to use the Integral to split the the signal from my Roku Ultra and send 1 output to the TV and one output to the HDMI 1 input on the ysp 5600. HDMI 1 on the YSP 5600 is the only HDCP 2.2 input.
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Using 2 Integral is the best way to do that. (if source is HDCP2.x)
Thank You for the quick reply . The source for the audio is a oppo 93 . Would a HD FURY splitter work with an Integral to do the same thing ? I'm not dealing with any 4k content at this time . It's all hdcp 1.4 for now .
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https://static.bhphotovideo.com/lit_files/124627.pdf

Here is the link I used, I hope you understand I am new to this forum and still learning so please forgive me if I am incorrect. As I said in my earlier post, I am trying to plug an HDMI signal into my YSP 5600 but it does not except HDR signals. My plan was to use the Integral to split the the signal from my Roku Ultra and send 1 output to the TV and one output to the HDMI 1 input on the ysp 5600. HDMI 1 on the YSP 5600 is the only HDCP 2.2 input.
According to usermanual the reason is not that it cannot accept HDR signal (it should be able to accept some such as 4K24 4:2:2 12b from UHD BR capable of sending such res for HDR)
The reason seems like it's limited in bandwidth and doesn't support higher than 300MHz

So the solution is either INTEGRAL + LINKER (Integral to split UHD/HDR and Linker to downscale UHD/HDR to FHD for your yamaha)

Or you can do the same using just the upcoming VERTEX. (more on that in the next days on the new website.)


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Thank You for the quick reply . The source for the audio is a oppo 93 . Would a HD FURY splitter work with an Integral to do the same thing ? I'm not dealing with any 4k content at this time . It's all hdcp 1.4 for now .
Ok if you don't want it to be future proof for HDCP2.2, then you can do that using Basic Splitter 4K, you need 2 of them.

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According to usermanual the reason is not that it cannot accept HDR signal (it should be able to accept some such as 4K24 4:2:2 12b from UHD BR capable of sending such res for HDR)
The reason seems like it's limited in bandwidth and doesn't support higher than 300MHz

So the solution is either INTEGRAL + LINKER (Integral to split UHD/HDR and Linker to downscale UHD/HDR to FHD for your yamaha)

Or you can do the same using just the upcoming VERTEX. (more on that in the next days on the new website.)




Ok if you don't want it to be future proof for HDCP2.2, then you can do that using Basic Splitter 4K, you need 2 of them.
ok, I think I can understand that. Would you have a suggested setting for the linker to the FHD to Yamaha. Thanks again for all the help!
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ok, I think I can understand that. Would you have a suggested setting for the linker to the FHD to Yamaha. Thanks again for all the help!
You need to set it to downscale to 1080p, you can use quick settings for that, hold RST and press INP 6 times and you are done.

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You need to set it to downscale to 1080p, you can use quick settings for that, hold RST and press INP 6 times and you are done.
Heading to your web site to purchase the linker, like those HDMI cables you have as well. THANKS!!
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Heading to your web site to purchase the linker, like those HDMI cables you have as well. THANKS!!
You welcome !

If you get our cables, then you won't have any issue for driving 600MHz, note that if you plan to downscale, only input cable is important.

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I can't access the hdfury.com website. I'm getting this error message in firefox: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE
Something wrong with your SSL certificate?
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I'm about ready to buy one of these as I just preordered the Optoma UHD60 4K Projector but I have a question. I have four 4k devices that will all need to be connected to my projector. The projector only has 1 hdmi 2.0 port. Is there a 4x2 version of this that would allow me to connect all 4 devices? Or what would be the best way for me to handle this ?
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I can't access the hdfury.com website. I'm getting this error message in firefox: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE
Something wrong with your SSL certificate?
Yes, we are pushing new site live, it's up now ! still some certificate issue on mobile but should not last long. should be ok by tomorrow.

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I'm about ready to buy one of these as I just preordered the Optoma UHD60 4K Projector but I have a question. I have four 4k devices that will all need to be connected to my projector. The projector only has 1 hdmi 2.0 port. Is there a 4x2 version of this that would allow me to connect all 4 devices? Or what would be the best way for me to handle this ?
We have a 4 in / 1 out design planned but only in 2018.

Currently you would have to swap cables or use more than 1 device, anyway, if you want me to look further, please list your 4K devices, i'll then give you the cheapest option to get them working at full speed.

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Yes, we are pushing new site live, it's up now ! still some certificate issue on mobile but should not last long. should be ok by tomorrow.



We have a 4 in / 1 out design planned but only in 2018.

Currently you would have to swap cables or use more than 1 device, anyway, if you want me to look further, please list your 4K devices, i'll then give you the cheapest option to get them working at full speed.
Thanks for your reply. I have an Nvidia Shield Pro, Xbox One S, 4k Bluray player, and HTPC
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@HDfury Can you help me identify which device I need before I buy? I think I just need an Integral.

I want to go from my UHD BD player (xb1s) to my 4k60 HDR tv (Samsung HU8550 with SEK-3500u), and split off the HD/7.1 audio to my Onkyo NR818 receiver that is only HDMI 1.4 and 1080P. Right now I'm stuck with 5.1 optical into the receiver which is sad.

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Thanks for your reply. I have an Nvidia Shield Pro, Xbox One S, 4k Bluray player, and HTPC
Only >300MHz sources... Do you have any AVR for sound in the setup ? if yes, please post brand/model.

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@HDfury Can you help me identify which device I need before I buy? I think I just need an Integral.

I want to go from my UHD BD player (xb1s) to my 4k60 HDR tv (Samsung HU8550 with SEK-3500u), and split off the HD/7.1 audio to my Onkyo NR818 receiver that is only HDMI 1.4 and 1080P. Right now I'm stuck with 5.1 optical into the receiver which is sad.
You need INTEGRAL + LINKER
OR you need upcoming VERTEX.

OR you need a special device we have made for AVR (18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x sound) that might come out before VERTEX.

To make it clear:

Integral is 18Gbps Splitter
Linker is 18Gbps Scaler
Vertex is 18Gbps Splitter/Scaler/Matrix

AVR special device will simply be 18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x audio

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Only >300MHz sources... Do you have any AVR for sound in the setup ? if yes, please post brand/model.



You need INTEGRAL + LINKER
OR you need upcoming VERTEX.

OR you need a special device we have made for AVR (18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x sound) that might come out before VERTEX.

To make it clear:

Integral is 18Gbps Splitter
Linker is 18Gbps Scaler
Vertex is 18Gbps Splitter/Scaler/Matrix

AVR special device will simply be 18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x audio
Yes. I have a denon 4311ci. I'm thinking I might just get the Fury and connect the Shield and Xbox to it then Worry about the other devices later. Or just get a 2nd fury later.
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Only >300MHz sources... Do you have any AVR for sound in the setup ? if yes, please post brand/model.



You need INTEGRAL + LINKER
OR you need upcoming VERTEX.

OR you need a special device we have made for AVR (18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x sound) that might come out before VERTEX.

To make it clear:

Integral is 18Gbps Splitter
Linker is 18Gbps Scaler
Vertex is 18Gbps Splitter/Scaler/Matrix

AVR special device will simply be 18Gbps passthru + HDMI 1.x audio
Any news on a HDMI switch from yourselves?
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Yes. I have a denon 4311ci. I'm thinking I might just get the Fury and connect the Shield and Xbox to it then Worry about the other devices later. Or just get a 2nd fury later.
Ok actually you would need INTEGRAL + LINKER or just VERTEX to get this setup working perfectly for ANY 4K full speed for video and full audio for sound.

You can purchase Integral and/or Linker now and then reserve Vertex immediately by applying the available discount and then using another Linker at Vertex input, you can have 4 inputs for all your sources, the setup would be one linker at each vertex input. or just use 1 Linker + Vertex for 3 HDMI inputs

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As explained above you can multiply any input of Integral or Vertex by adding Linker at input, if you want all in one solution for up to 4 inputs, please check the new comparison page, we have something in the making for mid 2018 but it's even more advanced than Vertex as it have HDR over HDbaseT and Webserver as well, however it's nearly 1 year ahead from now on, so too early to discuss anything atm.

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Ok actually you would need INTEGRAL + LINKER or just VERTEX to get this setup working perfectly for ANY 4K full speed for video and full audio for sound.

You can purchase Integral and/or Linker now and then reserve Vertex immediately by applying the available discount and then using another Linker at Vertex input, you can have 4 inputs for all your sources, the setup would be one linker at each vertex input. or just use 1 Linker + Vertex for 3 HDMI inputs



As explained above you can multiply any input of Integral or Vertex by adding Linker at input, if you want all in one solution for up to 4 inputs, please check the new comparison page, we have something in the making for mid 2018 but it's even more advanced than Vertex as it have HDR over HDbaseT and Webserver as well, however it's nearly 1 year ahead from now on, so too early to discuss anything atm.
Thanks for the reply, the 2018 model looks to be exactly the kind of thing I'm after, can't wait!
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ARC and AVR Audio together?

Hi...

I have the following setup.

TV: LG OLED55E6 which is 4K, HDR and ARC compatible.
AVR: Arcam AVR600 (no HDR, no HDCP 2.2, no 4K, no ARC)
Sky Q Silver: 4k, HDCP 2.2, no HDR
Panasonic UB390 UHD Blu-ray Player: 4K, HDR, HDCP 2.2

What I want to do is as follows. (all connections are HDMI, no optical etc.)

Connect the HD Fury Integral to the TV HDMI 2 port with deep colour enabled, and ARC
Connect both the Sky Q and Panasonic sources to the two HD Fury Integral inputs
Connect the Arcam AVR to one of the HD Fury Integral outputs.

So, the integral would act as a 4K, HDR compatible switch, and also send either the HDMI audio from the Sky/Panasonic to the AVR with a 4K SDR or HDR picture going to the TV, or when using just the TV (for things like Netflix, Amazon) get ARC audio sent from the TV to the AVR.

Is this possible, and if so how?

I can get the Integral to act as a straight switch, and get 4K in HDR/SDR no problem, but as soon as I attach the AVR I can't get 4K pictures anymore, and can't get ARC to work at all.
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Hi...

I have the following setup.

TV: LG OLED55E6 which is 4K, HDR and ARC compatible.
AVR: Arcam AVR600 (no HDR, no HDCP 2.2, no 4K, no ARC)
Sky Q Silver: 4k, HDCP 2.2, no HDR
Panasonic UB390 UHD Blu-ray Player: 4K, HDR, HDCP 2.2

What I want to do is as follows. (all connections are HDMI, no optical etc.)

Connect the HD Fury Integral to the TV HDMI 2 port with deep colour enabled, and ARC
Connect both the Sky Q and Panasonic sources to the two HD Fury Integral inputs
Connect the Arcam AVR to one of the HD Fury Integral outputs.

So, the integral would act as a 4K, HDR compatible switch, and also send either the HDMI audio from the Sky/Panasonic to the AVR with a 4K SDR or HDR picture going to the TV, or when using just the TV (for things like Netflix, Amazon) get ARC audio sent from the TV to the AVR.

Is this possible, and if so how?

I can get the Integral to act as a straight switch, and get 4K in HDR/SDR no problem, but as soon as I attach the AVR I can't get 4K pictures anymore, and can't get ARC to work at all.
No it's not possible because Integral is a splitter/matrix and you need a scaler or audio output only device with full hdmi sound, please refer to my reply just above: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/37-vid...l#post53876129

To get this working, you need Integral to split UHD/HDR, and then you need UHD/HDR scaler to downscale the signal going to the AVR, since your AVR doesn't support it !

The only case where integral can do the job alone for UHD/HDR signal is when the AVR is HDCP1.4 but still capable of 600MHz, so no downscaling needed.

But your AVR doesn't accept anything above 300MHz, so you need INTEGRAL to split signal and you need Linker at the output going to AVR to convert the UHD/HDR into FHD for AVR to accept it.

This is something you can do with one device using upcoming Vertex ! Currently you need Integral + Linker for same results.

We also have another device dedicated to this purpose as you can read from the linked above post.

This being said, ARC is another issue that can be solved, so here you go for that:

The ARC port on integral is TOP output, so make sure you connect TV ARC port to INTEGRAL ARC PORT (top output), once this is done, using GUI or Android/iOS APP or IR, change CEC ID from Video processor (default) to Audio System and you are done and can listen arc sound !
However, keep in mind that ARC sound comes into integral and it's then available on the optical out, so you still need to drive optical from integral out to your AVR !

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This is something you can do with one device using upcoming Vertex ! Currently you need Integral + Linker for same results.
I bought my HD Integral in Europe through Amazon... is is possible to get the special price for the Vertex if you didn't purchase direct from HD Fury?

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This being said, ARC is another issue that can be solved, so here you go for that:

The ARC port on integral is TOP output, so make sure you connect TV ARC port to INTEGRAL ARC PORT (top output), once this is done, using GUI or Android/iOS APP or IR, change CEC ID from Video processor (default) to Audio System and you are done and can listen arc sound !
However, keep in mind that ARC sound comes into integral and it's then available on the optical out, so you still need to drive optical from integral out to your AVR !
Thanks for this, will the new Vertex be able to do ARC from the first HDMI output and push it out over the other HDMI output to what would be the AVR connection set to downscale to 1080p?
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1) I bought my HD Integral in Europe through Amazon... is is possible to get the special price for the Vertex if you didn't purchase direct from HD Fury?

2) Thanks for this, will the new Vertex be able to do ARC from the first HDMI output and push it out over the other HDMI output to what would be the AVR connection set to downscale to 1080p?
1) No sorry, its strictly limited to people who ordered from HDfury.com, chasing cheapest price is not always a good option, especially not with HDfury since as you can see now, we take care of our customers and give them opportunity to switch on new platform at reduced cost. As your setup evolves, we @HDfury .com will always offer you an option to upgrade as well, so the entry ticket might seems higher than others but at the end you get much more back later.

2) Please try to reformulate (i'm not sure i got the last part) and post in Vertex thread (since it's Integral discussion here) and i'll then reply, thank you.

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1) No sorry, its strictly limited to people who ordered from HDfury.com, chasing cheapest price is not always a good option, especially not with HDfury since as you can see now, we take care of our customers and give them opportunity to switch on new platform at reduced cost. As your setup evolves, we @HDfury .com will always offer you an option to upgrade as well, so the entry ticket might seems higher than others but at the end you get much more back later.
Sometimes it's not about price, but availability and ease of shipping outside of US
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Arrow Integral FW 0.61.0.35

Integral 0.61.0.35 FW Update is available from the Download Tab: here

Make sure to install the right silabs driver based on your Windows version and USB port if you haven't yet done so.
Silabs Driver 4.0.0 for XP/VISTA/WIN7/WIN8/WIN10
Silabs Driver 4.0.0 - ZIP - 9.18 Mo
USB2.0: WIN XP / VISTA / WIN7 / WIN8 / WIN10
USB3.0: WIN10

Silabs Driver 3.9.2 for XP/VISTA/WIN7/WIN8
Silabs Driver 3.9.2 - ZIP - 1.65 Mo
USB2.0: WIN XP / VISTA / WIN7 / WIN8
USB3.0: WIN XP / VISTA / WIN7 / WIN8


This update IS ONLY mandatory for DV and HLG support
If everything works fine in your setup you can wait further improvement to upgrade your unit.
Total Control APP for Android and iOS will be updated later to add HLG and Dolby Vision option. (after positive feedback)

Here is a summary of what's new since we announced FW 060034 earlier in this thread.
More details are available in the ReadMe file of each download.


Integral Firmware Update 0.61.0.35

1. Added Dolby Vision support in Automix

2. Added Data block option for Automix

3. HDR Data block now include HLG as well.


+ the firmware package include 4 custom EDID with HLG and DV for testing (once we have enough feedback we can add them as static/embedded in firmware)



Known issues:
This release was not extensively tested yet. (lack of enough DV and HLG equipment)


Take Care:
By default ARC is OFF and Integral is now registered on CEC network as a Video Processor (CEC ID#14), in order to use Integral for ARC, please use the GUI and select "Audio System" (CEC ID#05)
If you have an AVR that you are using for CEC or ARC, then the default settings after update should be just fine.

Please report and forward any issues, features or changes you wanna see on next update.

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Hi...

When I try to run 'UpdateFpga_v35.exe' my antiVirus 'AVIRA' kill the process wih the warning 'found 'HEUR/APC (Cloud)'

My question: is it a false positiv and can I run this exe with AVIRA turneds off? or not?

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Hi...

When I try to run 'UpdateFpga_v35.exe' my antiVirus 'AVIRA' kill the process wih the warning 'found 'HEUR/APC (Cloud)'

My question: is it a false positiv and can I run this exe with AVIRA turneds off? or not?
Yes of course, just google that result and you will see that AVIRA is flagging many legit content like that.

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