HDMI Booster/Extender: Capable of extending 1080p resolution up to 15m. in and 15m. out (30m. total for 1080p), UHD resolution up to 10m.
HDMI Doctor: Solves most HDMI integration issues such as HDCP, EDID, HPD, and audio breakout.
HDMI Equalevel: Precise signal equalization towards both input and output signals perfectly delivers the best possible picture quality.
Hot-Plug control: Force the input device to always see an active connection.
Licensing: Fully licensed and compatible with all HDMI and HDCP technologies.
Deep Color Support
xvYCC Color Support
3D Ready: Capability to pass 3D stereoscopic signal formats.
Just like any recent HDfury hardware, it comes with USB upgradable firmware that allow you to unleash furious features.
Supported Audio/Video Signals
Supported Format: SD/HD/FullHD/UHD/4K30/4K60, basically INPUT/OUTPUT any video format up to 4K60 4:4:4 600Mhz 18Gbps
Supported resolution examples: 480p/720p/1080i/1080p24/1080p25/1080p30/1080p50/1080p60/1440p50/1440p60/2160p24/2160p25/2160p30/2160p50/2160p60 and DCI
Support all UHD/BR standard resolution: 4K60 4:2:0 10bit BT2020 HDR, 4K60 4:2:0 12bit, 4K30 4:4:4 12bit, 4K30 4:4:4 16b ..
Support all VESA mode video format (PC Resolutions) up to ultra high resolution such as WQSXGA, QUXGA, QFHD, WQUXGA, 4K
Support any Audio format such as PCM at up to 192kHz, compressed audio (IEC61937), DSD, DST,DTS,DTS-HD, Dolby True HD, DTS-MA and HBR.
Audio: PCM at up to 192kHz, compressed audio (IEC61937), DSD, DST, DTS, DTS-HD, Dolby True HD, DTS-MA and HBR.
DDC Signal: 5V p-p (TTL)
Power Supply: External 5 Volt 2 Amp USB (same as most smartphone/tablet PSU)
Power Consumption: <2Watts
Current Absorption: around 400mA
Size : 65 * 49 * 39 (mm)
Product Dimensions: 3.6” x 2.5” x 1”, Weight: 4 oz
Shipping Dimensions: 6.3” x 4.2” x 3.3”, Weight: 16 oz
Enclosure: Black/Gold with Green Led
Regulation: CE, FCC, RoHS
Getting Started with HDfury Linker
No HDMI 2.0? No HDCP 2.2 input on your sink? No Problem!
Play HDCP2.2 protected content such as movies, games, satellite/cable, and internet videos on any Sink/AVR/TV/UHDTV/Projector or Monitor!
HDfury Linker allows you to view HDCP 2.2 content from your Sony 4K media player, your Shield game console, your graphics cards, your UHD Blu-Ray player, satellite/cable or via Netflix or internet sources on all standard HDMI or DVI-D displays without HDCP2.2 compliant input! Simply by converting HDCP2.2 to HDCP1.4 as allowed by DCP specs: p.42 here
If your TV, monitor or projector cannot play HDCP 2.2 content because it lacks of a HDCP 2.2 compliant input, UHDR KEY will solve your issue!
Upgrade to Perfect HDCP2.2 for a fraction of the cost of buying a new display!
The Ultra HDR KEY supports every HDMI signal and HDCP revision type in existence today from SD to Full HD and up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz. It is firmware upgradable so that new features can be added in the future as needed!
How difficult is it to set up?
A few switchs on the HDfury Linker can be set once depending on the HDMI/HDCP revision required by your TV. No other setup is required.
For more information download the User Manual from the Download Tab above.
Just connect the HDfury Linker between the source and the TV/projector. That’s it!
Which AVR, Sink, projectors and TVs are supported?
Any standard 50/60Hz or 100/120Hz HDMI or DVI-D sink will work with HDfury Linker.
Linker is the world first solution that work with any HDCP revision sources and any HDCP revision displays and guarantee you that, no matter if your display is HDMI/HDCP 1.4 and your source is HDMI/HDCP 2.2, you will always have the best possible picture. Thanx to our embedded unique Scaler with HDCP Doctor feature, you will be able to display any HDMI/HDCP revision sources on any HDMI/HDCP revision displays at their best capabilities. ALWAYS & GUARANTEED!
Got questions ? We have answers !
My display is supposed to accept 4K60 4:4:4 signal but it does not work ?
For most UHD TV set we tried, there is always extra configuration options to active in order to achieve a 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz link.
For ex, on samsung: in order to enable the 444 colorspace for 4k in Samsung TV:s you must go to "settings" and "hdmi" and "UHD color" and enable it. Then also you must assign the HDMI port1 as "PC" in the tools menu. Only after these two steps will 600MHz be accepted. Similar activation trick is require on most UHD TV. Additionally, most UHD TV only have certain specific ports that are 600MHz capable.
I have a PC mode on my TV (or a PC monitor) what resolutions are supported for graphics mode ?
All PC graphics mode within the 600MHz bandwidth are supported, including ultra high resolution such as WQSXGA, QUXGA, QFHD, WQUXGA, 4K.
What output resolution does the HDfury Linker support in HDTV mode ?
All known SD, HD, Full HD and UHD formats are supported including: 480p50, 480p60, 576p50, 576p60, 720p50, 720p60, 720p100, 720p120, 1080i25, 1080i30, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p30, 1080p48, 1080p50, 1080p60, 1080p72, 1080p75, 1080p96, 1440p50, 1440p60, 2160p24, 2160p25, 2160p30, 2160p50, 2160p60 (these are examples only, anything within the 600MHz bandwidth is supported).
What version of HDMI does the HDfury Linker work with? Do I need HDMI 1.3/1.4a/2.0a? Does it matter?
It does not matter. HDfury Linker works with any version of HDMI from 1.0 and up.
Do I need to set anything special in my HDMI source device to set resolution correctly?
No. The HDfury Linker will be detected as 2160p60 4:4:4 capable device by your source and always accept and process the highest quality stream from your source devices. There is no need to set the HDMI source to any specific resolution.
Is there any latency (delay) introduced to the signal?
Virtually none. The latency added is in the order of a few pixel clocks only. Nothing noticeable at all.
What is the USB port for?
To supply power from the supplied USB power unit and for firmware upgrades when new (additional) functions and enhancements are offered.
What about long HDMI cable runs? Can I expect issues?
For 600MHz user must use "high speed" cables, Similar as used with 4K24 content, for 1080p or less almost all cables are ok. HDfury Linker acts as an HDMI repeater device. So having a HDfury Linker in the path will amplify and recover the signal. You should not need any passive (or active) HDMI amplifiers, especially if you put HDfury Linker in the middle of your cable run. If you previously had to use an amplifier, the HDfury Linker can most likely take its place. The HDfury Linker has been used with 50 foot (and longer) HDMI cables without issues.
How are the new lossless audio formats via HDMI input handled ? E.g. DTS-HD/MA and DD/E-AC3 : Are they stripped down to DTS core or Dolby Digital respectively to fit the requirements of the S/PDIF standard ?
Everything supported, Lossless audio is transmit through HDMI output. HDfury Linker does not compress or otherwise create loss to the incoming audio.
IFX is an acronym for InfoFrame Xecutor and InfoFrame Xtractor.
We have created a set of DLL/API package for our HDMI/HDCP 2.x product line up (Integral & Key) so anyone can interface their Windows software with Integral & Key capabilities and build evaluation, testing, measurement, calibration and content creation workflows system.
An AVTOP-Software is available now and allow to control HDR parameters dynamically and connect the device to interesting applications such as calibration systems and control metadata dynamically. The unique AVTOP HTTP control software will then interface to the Integral & Key and unveil their full IFX capabilities, including easy control of Mastering Display Settings, AVI Infoframe and even new values such as MaxCLL and MaxFALL.
Please contact us or our partner AVTOP in order to license our APP/DLL package or to buy their own made software package. You can find their available HDR solutions listed: here.