Originally Posted by gadgtfreek
– 4k60-420 12-bit BT.2020 All Sound
Just a quick question. When I use mode 10, which is what Ill want (no HDR but WCG), does the Fury actually clip the metadata for HDR out of the stream but the WCG 10 bit stays for BT2020? If so that is pretty neat, and makes you wonder why this wasn't offered as an option on CE devices LOL. At least Fury did it.
Yes, the EDID have everything except the HDR flag (you can get same results by using automix + forced flags)
Originally Posted by skypop
I just ordered one of these, my setup is Panasonic UHD>Marantz 7702Mk2>JVC RS400u projector,where would be the best spot to install the HDFURY in order to strip the HDR but keep the WCG,thanks.
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Between PANA and MARANTZ. Automix, HDCP slide on 1.4 and PANA to bottom input.
Originally Posted by cofn42
Hello, I just purchased a Integral and I am having some trouble with set up.
My set up is Xbox1 S / 4K HTPC -> Integral -> Output Top to JVC X750R for video and Output 2 Marantz AV8801 for Sound.
I can only get sound if I choose EDID 12 - 4K60-420 8-Bit 300mhz FS or lower.
If I choose EDID 1 - 11, I can get picture only and no sound. So I cannot use any of the high end 4k formats.
Is something wrong with my unit? Or am I missing a setting here? Do I need a Linker as well to solve the problem?
My Receive does 1.4 hdmi max, no 2.0 or HDCP2.2
Originally Posted by cofn42
OK, did some testing last night, the only way I am able to get any sound from the Integral with any EDID higher than 12 is to reverse the output, so Top out to AVR, bottom port out to Projector. Then I have to enable the Beta AVR Audio.
This seems wrong though as the video is now being output from the bottom HDMI 1.4 output and effectively not getting a full speed stream, and the Integral is just tricking my projector into thinking it is, am I right?
XB1 is on the latest firmware as well, as is the Integral, I updated them all including the projector and receiver.
I am not sure what you mean by use Integral bottom input, bottom input for what? the XB1S?
Not exactly right a bit confused i think
If you put HDCP slide on 1.4 (which only affect TOP OUTPUT), then both output are 600MHz HDCP1.4 which is what you want/need/should do. (if you want to know why, read some page before, it was discussed again and again)
Your Marantz is 4K30 4:4:4 8b max according to usermanual (= 300MHz, which is more likely why 4K60 4:2:0 8b is working as well, because that's also 300MHz)
So if you really want MAX video signal from any sources to your display AND full sound at the same for your AVR, then you need both Integral and Linker
Integral will split MAX signal, giving one output straight to display at max possible video and then Linker will downscale secondary output to feed your AVR at max possible sound.
PS: Yes, i meant X1S to Integral bottom input.