Having issues with my PS4 Pro and Epson 5040ub. Getting the feeling the Fury isn't liking some of my long runs but thought I'd check with the community.
Here is a quick overview of my setup: (I beg forgiveness in advance for the portrait video)
Denon AVR <--HDMI coupler<--40 ft hdmi <--HDMI coupler (wall outlet by screen)<---Linker <-- PS4 Pro
Epson PJ <------50 ft----- Denon AVR
I get picture and all the HDR modes show up as available, however I get intermittent flickering/black screen which renders the PS4 unplayable. Flickers constantly if set to 2160 RGB, and less so when PS4 set to 2160 YUV.
I have my PS4 out by the screen because I have PSVR, otherwise I would put the PS4 in the rack in the other room.
I also tried to put the Fury between the PJ and AVR:
Epson PJ <------50 ft------- Linker <--- 3 ft<----- Denon AVR
Denon AVR <--HDMI coupler<--40 ft hdmi <--HDMI coupler (wall outlet by screen)<-- PS4 Pro
Other components attached to my AVR (NVIDIA Shield, Xfinity STB) all have signal go through the Linker to the PJ fine (these are all short run between components to the AVR since they are in the same rack)
With the PS4 Pro, I get no signal at all under this setup.
In summary - is it the long-run HDMI between the PS4 Pro and the AVR, and then the long-run from the AVR to the Projector problematic? One last thing I tried was having the PS4 in the rack connected to the AVR through the Fury, and that appeared to work, however, I then can't have the PSVR going in this setup (unless I play in my component room lol).
In terms of Fury settings, I'm using the following: