Thank you, I'm actually red/green colourblind so I think trying to adjust RGB settings is probably not going to be very useful in my case hahaYes the arcana would also work however it does not offer customization. So if you want more options you need the vertex 2 or diva. But for most people the arcana should suffice.
The Integral 2 cannot convert HDR to SDR.if I want to convert HDR signals down to SDR for my projector, what settings would I need to change? My signal chain is:
AppleTV/Shield Pro/PS5 -> Denon X2400H -> Integra2 -> Epson Pro Cinema 4040
In the HDR IF settings, if I enable Custom HDR and change the EOTF to SSDR Luminance Range, CreateIF and then Send HDR, won't this effectively give me an SDR-like picture when I have an HDR signal?The Integral 2 cannot convert HDR to SDR.
You might try LLDV by selecting an LLDV custom EDID in the Integral.
Your projector can't support 4K60 422 12-bit signals such as LLDV, so I would set the ATV4K format to 4K24 Dolby Vision.
No it won't. The Integral 2 does not touch the actual content, only metadata. If anything, changing the EOTF of HDR input to SDR on output could make your display device enable its SDR picture mode instead of HDR picture mode. The result would be a dark overly saturated picture.In the HDR IF settings, if I enable Custom HDR and change the EOTF to SSDR Luminance Range, CreateIF and then Send HDR, won't this effectively give me an SDR-like picture when I have an HDR signal?
The Integral 2 does not have a dedicated HDMI audio output. The Vertex 2 does.upgraded my PJ, JVC RS20->RS620
have Anthem D2v & FireTV 4K Stick plugged into HDMI port
been happy with 1080p, but now i can can do 4K
is the Integra 2 the best device for my FireTV?
D2v will feed PJ HDMI1 as usual
FireTV -> Integra 2 -> PJ HDMI 2
Integra 2 audio -> D2v HDMI
The Integral 2 cannot modify or scale audio. It will pass through whatever audio format is received from the player. Same for the rest of the HDfury product line.I have a "problem" with my current setup, so I'm hoping that a HDFury could fix it.
Here is my actual system:
AppleTV 4k streaming movies from my NAS in full quality. That means up to 4k, including high-res audio formats given out as 7.1 LPCM.
Panasonic 58EXW784 4k TV
Harman AVR 7550HD (HDMI 1.4)
My first idea was to simply split with the Integral 2 the untouched HDMI signal to the TV, and a second HDMI out with reduced picture quality, like 1080p and full sound to the AVR.
But my problem now:
My TV has a problem with handling some high-res movie sounds. At some movies with high energy action scenes there is some frizz in the sound. When I downscale the audio quality output on the ATV to for example DD 5.1 instead of full quality, then the problem is gone.
So the question if this will work:
HDMI-Out1: Full video quality, sound "downgraded" from 7.1 LPCM to DD 5.1, Stereo or something like this
HDMI-OUt2: Video out to 1080p, full sound quality output
But surely I can pass Audio through 1080p output, can't I? Is there a setting or configuration I can use?The Integral 2 does not have a dedicated HDMI audio output. The Vertex 2 does.
Yes you needed the firmware updated. Glad it is now working.Hi guys. I ordered the Integral 2 recently as I had a AVR Key that stopped working and on their website they recommended the Vertex or Integra2. Since just receiving it, I notice there is no HDMI Audio out, like the AVR Key had. How do you get the Integral2 to output audio for Atmos??? I'm going from ATV and/or UB900 player to Integral to 77A9G to Yamaha 5600 soundbar. Ideally, I'd like to have both ATV and UB900 connected to a unit that can split the video and audio for Atmos. Have I bought the wrong tool for the job??? Thanks!
You asked the same question in the Vertex 2 thread.hello dear all,
Please recommend me a HDfury product for my requirement.
I have 4k bluray player, 4k HDR compatible reciever (Yamaha Rx-A3050), but i have an old 1080p epson projector.
i have a lot of 4k HDR content.
I want to watch it on my 1080p projector.
Please suggest me the right HdFury product to use with my setup.