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I only mentioned one brand, not all fiber optic. Besides, I think you can just add an HDMI voltage inserter before the projector and then you can't send too much voltage to the projector.
Mike what was the brand that had issues? I am using a 50 ft Celerity fiber optic that is powered. I have had zero issues with it.


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Hopefully it's on the current models and not on "new" ones being released later this year (or next)!
Hi Dave

Hope it’s for our models. They have the NX9 on that shot.
 

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Mike what was the brand that had issues? I am using a 50 ft Celerity fiber optic that is powered. I have had zero issues with it.


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I asked them yesterday if there was a list and they said they only tested a couple off brands that were problematic. Did not give names.
But they did say that if you are currently using one that works not to worry about it. The problem cables are powered ones that spike the voltage and fry the HDMI input almost immediately. If you have one that works, you are good.


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I asked them yesterday if there was a list and they said they only tested a couple off brands that were problematic. Did not give names.
But they did say that if you are currently using one that works not to worry about it. The problem cables are powered ones that spike the voltage and fry the HDMI input almost immediately. If you have one that works, you are good.
That's frightening, buy a cable without knowing which ones are bad and fry your multi K$ projector .......... interesting 🥶
 

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That's frightening, buy a cable without knowing which ones are bad and fry your multi K$ projector .......... interesting
They did say stick to the name brands and you should be ok. For what that’s worth.


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New JVC movie teaser out there. It says:

"Go Further, Experience The Ultimate In HDR Update "Frame Adapt HDR" Coming Soon!!"
Wasn't that released on FW 3.0? What is this trying to offer?
 

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Wasn't that released on FW 3.0? What is this trying to offer?
Apparently there updating the Frame Adpt HDR going by what Mike is saying and going by the trailer. I guess we just have to wait and see.
 

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Awesome !! Looking forward to it. Good to see JVC still providing Updates :)
Can't Wait!!! o_O

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Mike what was the brand that had issues? I am using a 50 ft Celerity fiber optic that is powered. I have had zero issues with it.


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That's what I use, 30' Celerity, and I have not had any issues either. The company provides great support as well.

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Just hoping its not an NX7s NX9s etc with more CPU power. I understood that the limitations we currently see, as good as it performs, is bounded by the processing power available. Hoping this is a software update though and not a projector hardware update.

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Mike what was the brand that had issues? I am using a 50 ft Celerity fiber optic that is powered. I have had zero issues with it.


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Ruipro ran a little hot. I would just add a voltage inserter.
 

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I'm confused on the cable concerns. Almost all fibre HDMI cables actually have real wires for the power running alongside the fibre in the sheath. The voltage is therefore determined by the source device and behaves no differently whatsoever to a regular HDMI cable. If the cable uses an external power supply I can see scope for naughtiness but Ruipro are powered from the source afaik!

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