Originally Posted by jasonmichaelh
Tried to search for an answer but it's not clear to me.
I have a Sony 65x900a. If I connected an HD fury integral between the tv and a UHD player, like the UBD-K8500, will the Fury be able to convert a UHD discs WCG to something the tv can understand, like Xvycc?
No, if you connect UHD BR player > INTEGRAL > Sony, then the only thing you can make sure is that the K8500 will output the best possible for your TV.
If you want to take UHD BR in and output something special to take advantage of color depth, WGC, HDR, etc... you will need our next device.
Integral do not scale or convert (except for 4K60 4:4:4 IN > 4K60 4:2:0 OUT while preserving a 4K60 4:4:4 passthrough at the same time, but that's chroma subsampling conversion)
Originally Posted by michigan_pioneer
I recently purchased the Integral.
I have had a JVC DLA x500r for a year now with a Yamaha Aventage RX-A1040 for the AVR, and I recently updated my dish network receiver to the Hopper 3 with the intention of utilizing some of the 4K content they currently offer and hopefully will expand. Knowing that the x500r is HDMI 1.4 and not HDCP 2.2 compliant, I talked to JVC and they said that I would need the HD Fury Integral I order to complete the handshake with the 4K data from dish.
So I thought that would make everything run smoothly. Dish's normal broadcast seems to be 1080i 60, but I have been able to view the Video on Demand show in 4K 24, which looks great. With that, I thought I would have no problem viewing the Netflix 4K shows that dish announced were available Thursday, but that has been a no go. I updated my Netflix account to view Ultra 4K, but when I open the app, the projector is only switching to 1080p, and no Ultra 4K labels shown up on the 4K shows.
I tried bypassing AVR and doing Hopper to HD Fury to X500r and I got the same result.
I do not know if I have the Integral settings all correct. I have the HDCP set to auto, along with the the EDID to auto as well. I am using the HDCP 1.4 port going out. i dont know if I need to do some custom settings, or what they would need to be. Any insight would be great.
Please, always report your chain.
Ex: SOURCE > INTEGRAL > AVR > DISPLAY or SOURCE > AVR > INTEGRAL > DISPLAY
This is important to help you out. Also we would need a link to the source user manual to get the exact list of res/timing it can output in order to check what is compatible with your display.
The default 4K30 should work anyway.
Basically: find out the best possible res for PJ, check the best/closest res that source is able to send and then setup integral to output this. You can leave HDCP slide on 1.4 and AUDIO slide on HDMI for your tests.
You might have to reset/restart the source or even reinstall the Netflix app in order for it to correctly read and interpret the connected sink capabilities (this have been seen numerous of time yet on various devices)
Originally Posted by LJG
HDFury this sounds great so the device is finished just pending official release?
Originally Posted by LJG View Post
When will you be releasing the next device?
As soon as we know if we can release it as HDfury or not due to current pending legal issue.
Well, it started with a basic idea of feeding 1080p60 AVR (4K60 <> 1080p60 only) but since it has been delayed due to these legal issues, then we had time to add way more to it and currently we keep improving it.
Our goal now is to offer as many output modes as possible when input is 4K60 4:2:0 10bit or 4K30 4:4:4 12bit.
But yes, it could be released already and we could add new features via firmware upgrades like we are doing for integral.
Originally Posted by CoryW
Okay nevermind. Using the "4K60-420 10-bit HDR BT.2020 All Sound" EDID profile of the HDFury Integral into the Denon with HDCP 1.4 set I got 4K 10 bit 60 fps on the Roku! Thank you so much. Sad that I still have to use the Integral after buying the Denon but oh well.
Also worth mentioning that there was some cable connecting mistakes on my end... woops! The Integral is truly top notch.
Glad you sorted it on your own