Originally Posted by Bejoy
I am thinking of picking up the HD Fury Vertex 2. Would it work with my theater setup? (120 inch screen Screen Innovations Black Diamond, Epson 4040 4k enhanced HDR10 projector)?
And if so, do I connect the Vertex 2 to the Oppo 203?
Or, do I connect all my devices (ATV4k, UB820, and Oppo 203) into the Vertex, and then Vertex to the AVR? I have a remote programming coming up in May (URC programming with URC MX780 and MRF260 base station, so wasnt sure if i shoudl run everything into the AVR, and then put the Vertex 2 inbetween the AVR and the projector..
Thanks in advance!
My sincere advice is that if you're thinking of getting a Vertex 2, then just get one - aside from this hack, the Vertex is the single most useful bit of diagnostic kit I've ever bought for my theatre. And yes, it would work perfectly for you.
I was a bit late to the party with an original Vertex, but when I bought one, I just wondered why the hell I hadn't done it earlier...
You can connect either before the avr or after depending how you want to use it - for example, before the avr you can tailor different EDIDs for different devices.
After the avr and everything follows one profile.
I use it before the avr.
Although I appreciate a lot of people are buying these for this DV hack, honestly, that's the tip of the iceberg, particularly when you have connectivity issues as we all do from time to time...
Anyway - that's enough blowing smoke up HDFury's **s
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