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Hello , I recently purchased the Samsung 4k bluray player. I have an LG 65UB9800 that supports 10bit on hdmi 3 but the only input that is hdcp 2.2 complaint is input 1. Would the fury help me take advantage of the 10 bit color signal? Do i need an AVR? How would I hook up fury, tv and 4k Blu-ray if no avr is needed? Thank you, sorry for all the questions.
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Hello , I recently purchased the Samsung 4k bluray player. I have an LG 65UB9800 that supports 10bit on hdmi 3 but the only input that is hdcp 2.2 complaint is input 1. Would the fury help me take advantage of the 10 bit color signal? Do i need an AVR? How would I hook up fury, tv and 4k Blu-ray if no avr is needed? Thank you, sorry for all the questions.
AVR is not needed.

K8500 > INTEGRAL (slide switch to automix) > Input3 UB9800

It will work out of the box.

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How exactly should i connect all three devices so the hd fury would let take advantage of the hdr signal from the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player ?

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How exactly should i connect all three devices so the hd fury would let take advantage of the hdr signal from the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player ?
Exactly as we wrote in previous post

In easy setup there is nothing else to do, connect in automix and enjoy.

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How exactly should i connect all three devices so the hd fury would let take advantage of the hdr signal from the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player ?
As you posted in the LG owners topic...
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post42728338

Port 3 is 10 bit, i recently bought the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player. Im still deciding if keeping it or not. Although i see the increased resolution and the outstanding picture im still deciding if its worth keeping it since we can't take advantage of the HDR signal.

It seems your TV does not support HDR. There is nothing the Integral can do to change that.

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I have a setup question:

Im using an Integral to split the signal coming from my HTPC (Geforce 970 GTX) to video (going to my TV) and Audio (going to my soundbar). For some reason when I do so my HTPC doesnt "see" my soundbar as a surround receiver (even though it is) but as a stereo one.

Are there any settings to configure on the Integral to make sure the Audio passes through as surround and not stereo?

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I have a setup question:

Im using an Integral to split the signal coming from my HTPC (Geforce 970 GTX) to video (going to my TV) and Audio (going to my soundbar). For some reason when I do so my HTPC doesnt "see" my soundbar as a surround receiver (even though it is) but as a stereo one.

Are there any settings to configure on the Integral to make sure the Audio passes through as surround and not stereo?

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I suppose you are in automix and since your TV is stereo, then min capabilities is selected and presented to HTPC in EDID.

3 solutions:

- Change Automix Algo using GUI and select MAX SOUND/MAX VIDEO (assuming your TV support higher signal or similar than your soundbar) ....or use any other Algo that fit your needs if you understand what you are doing
- Force Automix Flag: Full Sound
- Select a custom EDID Full Sound

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How exactly should i connect all three devices so the hd fury would let take advantage of the hdr signal from the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player ?
As you posted in the LG owners topic...
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post42728338

Port 3 is 10 bit, i recently bought the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player. Im still deciding if keeping it or not. Although i see the increased resolution and the outstanding picture im still deciding if its worth keeping it since we can't take advantage of the HDR signal.

It seems your TV does not support HDR. There is nothing the Integral can do to change that.
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/showthread.php?p=42537593

A fellow member from the LG UB9800 ordered and just recently received the hd fury integral and he was told that it would work.


Yes this will work without issue. If receiver can pass through 4K60 4:2:0 10bit, then yes, you can have it K8500 > 1030 > INTEGRAL > 9800 port2 or K8500 > INTEGRAL > 1030 > 9800 port2 If receiver cannot pass through 4K60 4:2:0 10bit then K8500 > INTEGRAL > 9800 port2/1030 In both case you need to set custom edid to 4K60 4:2:0 10bit

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As you posted in the LG owners topic...
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post42728338

Port 3 is 10 bit, i recently bought the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player. Im still deciding if keeping it or not. Although i see the increased resolution and the outstanding picture im still deciding if its worth keeping it since we can't take advantage of the HDR signal.

It seems your TV does not support HDR. There is nothing the Integral can do to change that.
I though it was a setup a question Of course, if it's not HDMI2.0a input (or HDR compatible via HDMI) no need to send any HDR metadata it won't switch you in HDR mode.

There will be solution available for such displays (technically closely capable), but how they compete with the real deal is yet unknown.

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As you posted in the LG owners topic...
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post42728338

Port 3 is 10 bit, i recently bought the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player. Im still deciding if keeping it or not. Although i see the increased resolution and the outstanding picture im still deciding if its worth keeping it since we can't take advantage of the HDR signal.

It seems your TV does not support HDR. There is nothing the Integral can do to change that.
I though it was a setup a question Of course, if it's not HDMI2.0a input no need to send any HDR metadata it won't switch you in HDR mode.

There will be solution available soon for such display but how they compete with the real deal is yet unknown.
What is so different about my question and my fellow member from the LG UB9800 thread, who just received his hd fury integral and is in the process of connecting it to the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player, Avr and 79UB9800.
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As you posted in the LG owners topic...
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...l#post42728338

Port 3 is 10 bit, i recently bought the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player. Im still deciding if keeping it or not. Although i see the increased resolution and the outstanding picture im still deciding if its worth keeping it since we can't take advantage of the HDR signal.

It seems your TV does not support HDR. There is nothing the Integral can do to change that.
I though it was a setup a question Of course, if it's not HDMI2.0a input (or HDR compatible via HDMI) no need to send any HDR metadata it won't switch you in HDR mode.

There will be solution available for such displays (technically closely capable), but how they compete with the real deal is yet unknown.
At least there is some hope for us early adopters from 2014.
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A fellow member from the LG UB9800 ordered and just recently received the hd fury integral and he was told that it would work.


Yes this will work without issue. If receiver can pass through 4K60 4:2:0 10bit, then yes, you can have it K8500 > 1030 > INTEGRAL > 9800 port2 or K8500 > INTEGRAL > 1030 > 9800 port2 If receiver cannot pass through 4K60 4:2:0 10bit then K8500 > INTEGRAL > 9800 port2/1030 In both case you need to set custom edid to 4K60 4:2:0 10bit
Yes you get "advantage" in the sense that you get the 4K60 4:2:0 10bit.
But you do not get HDR mode until the unit react to HDR metadata and turn you into HDR mode or until you have HDR mode ON/OFF option on the display menu.

Obviously it should look better than 4K60 4:2:0 8bit. But it's not yet HDR "real deal", you are half way

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What is so different about my question and my fellow member from the LG UB9800 thread, who just received his hd fury integral and is in the process of connecting it to the Samsung 4k Blu-ray player, Avr and 79UB9800.


Well, it could be read 2 ways (not the first question, your reply), since Claw read it in another way than me.

1. I initially answered as if you were asking how to get 4K60 4:2:0 10bit out of the K8500 to a 4K60 4:2:0 10bit but HDCP1.4 input.

2. Claw pointed out that you wanted to take "advantage" of HDR in your question. so may be he thought you was expecting HDR mode on your set.

Final answers: First YES, Second NO.

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Yes you get "advantage" in the sense that you get the 4K60 4:2:0 10bit.
But you do not get HDR mode until the unit react to HDR metadata and turn you into HDR mode or until you have HDR mode ON/OFF option on the display menu.

Obviously it should look better than 4K60 4:2:0 8bit. But it's not yet HDR "real deal", you are half way





Well, it could be read 2 ways (not the first question, your reply), since Claw read it in another way than me.

1. I initially answered as if you were asking how to get 4K60 4:2:0 10bit out of the K8500 to a 4K60 4:2:0 10bit but HDCP1.4 input.

2. Claw pointed out that you wanted to take "advantage" of HDR in your question. so may be he thought you was expecting HDR mode on your set.

Final answers: First YES, Second NO.
Yes, there seems to be a lot of confusion between 10-bit and HDR. A TV that supports HDR must also support 10-bit. But a TV that supports 10-bit may not support HDR.

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Of course it can. Both inputs accept up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz, and both outputs can be up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz

Limited to 1.4 make no sense without further clarification as it can mean either HDCP 1.4 or HDMI 1.4

If you mean HDMI1.4, then no, we do not limit to level C, Integral is level A in splitter mode, up to 2x 600MHz in, up to 2x 600MHz out.

If it means HDCP1.4, then yes, one output is HDCP1.4 but that's not a problem since any HDCP 2.2 inputs will accept HDCP1.4
both inputs support HDCP2.2 in splitter mode.
Thanks it mighty nice of you. I believe those chips were built into LG Oleds at CES but they are obviously suitable for a sclaer switcher. Speaking of which the oled will scale perfect 1.2x zoom from oppo 4k (which fits the screen nicely on the oleds and also necessary for floor to ceiling projection. The sony fmp x10 uhd player is also zoomed nicely.

the lg ef6505 cannot zoom the samsung cinemascope picture to either full screen and or 2.0 (1.2x zoom that in the oppo looks fantastic, same problem with Kaleifdescape these two uhd 2.0a sorces need a scaler capable of 1.2x zoom, please consider.

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Thanks it mighty nice of you. I believe those chips were built into LG Oleds at CES but they are obviously suitable for a sclaer switcher. Speaking of which the oled will scale perfect 1.2x zoom from oppo 4k (which fits the screen nicely on the oleds and also necessary for floor to ceiling projection. The sony fmp x10 uhd player is also zoomed nicely.

the lg ef6505 cannot zoom the samsung cinemascope picture to either full screen and or 2.0 (1.2x zoom that in the oppo looks fantastic, same problem with Kaleifdescape these two uhd 2.0a sorces need a scaler capable of 1.2x zoom, please consider.

Technicolor VP inveited me to private demnonstartions at NAB, I will tell him what we are tring to do with INTELLIGENT TONE MAPPING for our projectors and I will email you what chipmaker he says is best.

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Hey, I have the Samsung k8500 an intergal 4k hooked up to port 3 on my LG 79ub9800 which has a 10 bit panel
And I can tell you that is was well worth it, it may not be true HDR but the enhanced color and picture is amazing, your TV will still try an replicate hdr in your settings the black and contrast will be all the up to the max in the standard picture settings.

Besides 4k blue-ray's play at 4:2:0 10bit so at the least your able to take full advantage of the standard 4k blue-ray pic settings
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Those are amazing news , i have an LG 65UB9800 and im also considering purchasing the integral.
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Question?

Just for confirmation.

If your UHD tv has 10bit and 4:2:0 an 4k/60hz are you uhd compliance or within requirement or at least capable?

It's true that 4k blue-ray's play at 10bit 4:2:0,
If that's the case should lg uhd UB9800 owners be able to play 4k blue-ray in HDR?
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I connect K85000->Integral (Automix; Splitter mode; HDCP - Auto; Top Input; Top Output)->Sony VW350ES. The problem is that I do not see menu unless I insert disk (I used 4K MadMax), then it shows disk menu and then I can press home button on K8500 and only then I see the home screen. Without Integral I can see K8500 home screen right after I power On played and PJ. Any advice? Thanks.

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I just realized that I may not be able to use HDfury. I need to switch inputs manually because it does not do it auto when I switch inputs (probably because input from darbee always reports activity even if there is no video input to darbee). This is OK and expected but how I can integrate HDfury input switch to my system? It does not have ethernet or serial. I do not want to have computer connected all the time. It seems that IR may be the option but I cannot figure out if HDFury has IR port or not and in any case it is not supported by Roomie (Simplecontrol).

Any suggestions before I give up? Thanks.
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Just for confirmation.

If your UHD tv has 10bit and 4:2:0 an 4k/60hz are you uhd compliance or within requirement or at least capable?

It's true that 4k blue-ray's play at 10bit 4:2:0,
If that's the case should lg uhd UB9800 owners be able to play 4k blue-ray in HDR?
The HDR information is encoded as metadata in the video signal. Metadata is not actual video. It is additional information or instructions that accompany the video signal.

When viewed on an HDR-capable TV, the TV's HDR decoder recognizes and reads the metadata. This metadata instructs the TV how to create the full HDR image with increased contrast and richer colors. Non-HDR TVs ignore the metadata and show the regular SDR (Standard Dyamic Range) image.

Since the UB9800 doesn't have a HDR decoder it will ignore the HDR metadata and display SDR instead.

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The HDR information is encoded as metadata in the video signal. Metadata is not actual video. It is additional information or instructions that accompany the video signal.

When viewed on an HDR-capable TV, the TV's HDR decoder recognizes and reads the metadata. This metadata instructs the TV how to create the full HDR image with increased contrast and richer colors. Non-HDR TVs ignore the metadata and show the regular SDR (Standard Dyamic Range) image.

Since the UB9800 doesn't have a HDR decoder it will ignore the HDR metadata and display SDR instead.
HDR isn't just metadata, it uses a different EOTF. HDR encoded video uses the SMPTE 2084 EOTF, which is significantly different than the 2.2-2.4 Gamma used by SDR/Rec.709 content. In the case of the Samsung K8500, it's a two way handshake, if the display doesn't report HDR capability the Samsung will tone map the HDR (SMPTE 2084) content down to SDR/Rec.709 gamut and gamma.

If you do get HDR video sent to an SDR display, you will end up with a very dark picture because it will be processed with the wrong EOTF.
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If you do get HDR video sent to an SDR display, you will end up with a very dark picture because it will be processed with the wrong EOTF.
Yes.

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I have my Nvidia shield >HDfury>Sony VW600ES HDMI 2 input> Then HDfury for Audio going to the Marantz 8801 into the Game input #4 and everything was working properly.So that I can stream Netflix 4k.
Marantz 8801 out connected too Sony 600es Hdmi 1 input for my other sources - Cable/blu ray / CD source/ Ps4 / ETC...

Last night I hooked up my Darbee to the Marantz 8801 - Marantz monitor 1 out to the Darbee In and then Darbee out to Sony projector.

Now when I went to watch Netflix 4k from the shield, I am no longer getting audio now that the Darbee is connected, when I take the Darbee out of the equation everything works fine..

Why is it I'm loosing the audio when the Darbee is in the line, am i missing something.....??
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I connect K85000->Integral (Automix; Splitter mode; HDCP - Auto; Top Input; Top Output)->Sony VW350ES. The problem is that I do not see menu unless I insert disk (I used 4K MadMax), then it shows disk menu and then I can press home button on K8500 and only then I see the home screen. Without Integral I can see K8500 home screen right after I power On played and PJ. Any advice? Thanks.

Edited: I have VW350ES
Try BOT IN / BOT OUT and RESET INTEGRAL, please report back. (try also HDCP ON 1.4) and make sure PJ is up before you start the source.

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I just realized that I may not be able to use HDfury. I need to switch inputs manually because it does not do it auto when I switch inputs (probably because input from darbee always reports activity even if there is no video input to darbee). This is OK and expected but how I can integrate HDfury input switch to my system? It does not have ethernet or serial. I do not want to have computer connected all the time. It seems that IR may be the option but I cannot figure out if HDFury has IR port or not and in any case it is not supported by Roomie (Simplecontrol).

Any suggestions before I give up? Thanks.
I would first read the usermanual or the thread

Of course it have IR, and thanx to avs great guys here, it is supported by logitech harmony already, we give the remote code list in pronto format, they are available inside the firmware update package.
You can also switch using APP.



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I have my Nvidia shield >HDfury>Sony VW600ES HDMI 2 input> Then HDfury for Audio going to the Marantz 8801 into the Game input #4 and everything was working properly.So that I can stream Netflix 4k.
Marantz 8801 out connected too Sony 600es Hdmi 1 input for my other sources - Cable/blu ray / CD source/ Ps4 / ETC...

Last night I hooked up my Darbee to the Marantz 8801 - Marantz monitor 1 out to the Darbee In and then Darbee out to Sony projector.

Now when I went to watch Netflix 4k from the shield, I am no longer getting audio now that the Darbee is connected, when I take the Darbee out of the equation everything works fine..

Why is it I'm loosing the audio when the Darbee is in the line, am i missing something.....??
Can you confirm the EDID slide switch settings you are using ? (or confirm if you have same issue in automix and/or custom edid)




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Question?

Just for confirmation.

If your UHD tv has 10bit and 4:2:0 an 4k/60hz are you uhd compliance or within requirement or at least capable?

It's true that 4k blue-ray's play at 10bit 4:2:0,
If that's the case should lg uhd UB9800 owners be able to play 4k blue-ray in HDR?
As explained by others above, it's way more complex than just 4K60 4:2:0 10bit.

In reality, 4K60 4:2:0 8b is nothing new, any HDMI1.4 could already support it.
So for sure, if you have a TV that have HDCP2.2 4K60 4:2:0 8bit input and a HDCP1.4 4K60 4:2:0 10bit. You have to use the old CP to get a glimpse of next gen.

So when you are using the 10 bit input with integral from UHD BR, you finally get something that is trully "next gen" by chance it also match the UHR BR native format, so it should be perfectly fine and very nice looking for playing UHD BR compared to 4K60 4:2:0 8b

However it's not yet HDR where the signal transit in BT2020 and where the display goes into the right mode with right gamma curve, etc.. and then it's according to many ... "amazing". But HDR will progress quickly so if you like your display at 4K60 4:2:0 10bit, no need to rush on something else yet, wait till you find HDMI2.1 or higher

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Try BOT IN / BOT OUT and RESET INTEGRAL, please report back. (try also HDCP ON 1.4) and make sure PJ is up before you start the source.



I would first read the usermanual or the thread

Of course it have IR, and thanx to avs great guys here, it is supported by logitech harmony already, we give the remote code list in pronto format, they are available inside the firmware update package.
You can also switch using APP.





Can you confirm the EDID slide switch settings you are using ? (or confirm if you have same issue in automix and/or custom edid)




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Thanks, I will try to switch to BOT input.

I make computer models of human brain for living and do neural net implementations of the brain in home automation for fun, but it was not clear at all to me how to implement IR control from reading the manual that I carefully downloaded. Unfortunately, I am not using logitech but use SimpleControl (roomie) to control my home theater. What is APP?
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Thanks, I will try to switch to BOT input.

I make computer models of human brain for living and do neural net implementations of the brain in home automation for fun, but it was not clear at all to me how to implement IR control from reading the manual that I carefully downloaded. Unfortunately, I am not using logitech but use SimpleControl (roomie) to control my home theater. What is APP?
APP = Android APP - iOS APP

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How to run 4K 2.0 HDMI, HDCP 2.2 Sources to HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 compliant projector and 1.4B Audio Processor for audio only. The issue is only 1 HDMI output.

Sources would be:

1)Directv 4K Genie Mini C61K-700, only 1 HDMI output.
2)Roku 4, only 1 HDMI output.


4K compliant Projector is Sony VPL-VW5000ES

Audio Proccesor is Trinnov Altitude 32, with HDMI 1.4B compliant inputs.

I would like to run Best Video and also full Bitstream audio (Dolby Atmos, DTS-X, Aoro 3D).

Is this possible?
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Of course it have IR, and thanx to avs great guys here, it is supported by logitech harmony already, we give the remote code list in pronto format, they are available inside the firmware update package.
You can also switch using APP.
Unfortunately I do not use Logitech but older Universal Remote Control MX800. I think it would help a lot of Integral users if you sold a cheap IR remote programmed for the Integral.

I believe you can buy simple blank remotes cheaply and it would be easy for your tech guys to load the Integral codes (you really need to load only the basic codes like switching) and sell for maybe $25 (make in small batches for inventory control). Then we could teach our IR remotes whatever the model and have a unified remote system. One would use the APP for more complex operations.
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