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HD FURY Question Video/Audio Split

I want to output HDMI Video/Audio from my HTPC to a HD Fury device .....then split the video to go straight to the Projector and the Audio to an AV Processor.

Is this possible, and if so wihch of the HD Fury device is best suited? I have the ..LINKER...INTEGRAL...VERTEX

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I want to output HDMI Video/Audio from my HTPC to a HD Fury device .....then split the video to go straight to the Projector and the Audio to an AV Processor.

Is this possible, and if so wihch of the HD Fury device is best suited? I have the ..LINKER...INTEGRAL...VERTEX

Thanks..
Vertex !

Connection is based on PJ and AVR specs, so i can tell you more if you post brand/model or max supported res of each devices you want to connect at output.

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Vertex !

Connection is based on PJ and AVR specs, so i can tell you more if you post brand/model or max supported res of each devices you want to connect at output.



Thankyou for the reply


Projector is... JVC Z1/RS4500


AV Processor is .. NAD M17 V1



I wish to to run one HDMI cable from the 2080TI in my HTPC to the "Vertex" ( as you suggest).... then split the Video to go to the JVC Z1/RS4500 (1st output) and the Audio only to go to the NAD M17 V1 (2nd output)



Could you please advise setup
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Projector is... JVC Z1/RS4500


AV Processor is .. NAD M17 V1



I wish to to run one HDMI cable from the 2080TI in my HTPC to the "Vertex" ( as you suggest).... then split the Video to go to the JVC Z1/RS4500 (1st output) and the Audio only to go to the NAD M17 V1 (2nd output)



Could you please advise setup
Thankyou
Ok so just connect JVC to bottom output and AVR to top output, put edid slide on default mid position and put scaling slide on autoscaling and you should be fine out of the box.

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Ok so just connect JVC to bottom output and AVR to top output, put edid slide on default mid position and put scaling slide on autoscaling and you should be fine out of the box.
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