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4k HDR Capable HDMI Splitter (supposedly)

Discussion in 'Hyperion Hardware' started by sl81, 23 January 2017.

  1. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    I ordered from eBay, found a seller who ships who ships to Europe. It cost £91 with all shipping and taxes included. :)

    I contacted EZCOO support to verify HDMI version and HDR compatibility.

    Their response:

    I thought it was really impressive that it has HDMI 2.0b and supports all HDR formats including Dolby Vision.
     
  2. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    ahh great :) Yea those specs are quite impressive, for a HDFury Vertex you pay 350$. Please report if you get Dolby Vision properly to work, it does not even work with my HDFury.

    If it does i get the 4x2 for sure, wouldn't need a 4x1 hub then :)
     
  3. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    Yeah, sure I will. Wow, really, I was going to buy one of those too. Insane price tag though.
     
  4. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    Well haven't got a Vertex but I own a Integral and Linker, the support told me they are still working on Dolby Vision mode 2
     
  5. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    I asked about the Integral and Linker, but they kept saying Linker doesn't support all versions of Dolby Vision.
     
  6. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    yea idk. Lets see how the EZCOO does. If not ill ask them again.
     
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  7. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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    I need one :( :D I ordered the one post by @Jose Ramon Espericueta but i cancel my order.

    A little Unboxing and test vidéo :
     
  8. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    So hyped to get feedback on the HDR capabilities on this thing.
     
  9. Jose Ramon Espericueta

    Jose Ramon Espericueta Member

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    I read the comments and some users says you cant have hdr and 1080 60 , Just 4k without hdr, with the one i posted, hope ezcoo works as we expected, i going to continue using the cam for more testing
     
  10. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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    i ordered mine this morning using Shipito.

    Free Amazon delivery to Shipito ( 2 Days ) and maybe less than 35$ to deliver in France using DPD ( 8 -12 Business Days ).
    upload_2018-4-17_13-46-3.png

    Total : +/-100$

    I prefered go this way. Too bad that no one on French forum where i discusses want to order a piece with me. :oops:
     
  11. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    Looking forward to your review :)

    edit:
    Asked EZCOO on Amazon which HDCP version is on the downscaled port, hope it is 1.4 then we dont need a 2.2 to 1.4 converter. Would make this product just what I've always dreamed about.
     
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  12. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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    Like a cheap Splitter i think HDCP will be cracked and we don't have any protection anymore, i guess. I hope i don't made a mistake but if a 20$ Splitter can do that, this awesome one can do the same.

    I need new good hdmi cable by the way.
     
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  13. LunarBlue

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    well with hdcp 2.2 it aint that easy, there is only one splitter atm that strips it completely (Revesun 1x2 HDMI Splitter 1 in 2 out 1080p HDCP 2.2 4k2k ) or you have to get a hdcp 2.2 to 1.4 (something like the Monoprice 115242 Blackbird 4K Pro HDCP Converter, 2.2 to 1.4), but then your hdmi2av has to support hdcp 1.4.
     
  14. AmbiMod

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    I've nothing yet using HDCP...Answer on Amazon about 2.2 in 1.4

    Does it convert hdcp 2.2 to hdcp 1.4 for the 1080p output? as many devices are not supporting hdcp 2.2. thanks
    Answer:
    yes it does

    :cool: Problem solve
     
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  15. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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    More Information from the seller contacted by email ( for the [email protected] and for the HDCP downgrade ) :

    About 4K HDMI 2.0 Splitter 1x2 HDR Scaler, it can solve all your doubt.

    It can support fixed [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected], but not changeable 24~60hz.

    It can support HDCP 1.4 device work on Output 2 with downscaling to 1080p.

    On transit to my home :rolleyes:
     
  16. LunarBlue

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    yea pretty much like a HDFury, its just rez downscaling.
     
  17. Jose Ramon Espericueta

    Jose Ramon Espericueta Member

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    I ask the amazon seller if he could send to me the ezcoo and said no from amazon , but can send directly , $105 dollars with express DHL ,
    but in mexico we pay 16% tax dont know yet if this cost include tax or not , maybe in your country its cheaper if you want to bay directly
     
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  18. Tocinillo

    Tocinillo New Member

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  19. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    You can change the gamma of the grabber in v4l2. But unless you develop your own 3d correction for hyperion there isn't a solution.

    EDIT:
    I've got the problem with my HDFury too, the gamma is way too bright on HDR10 contend.
     
  20. Jose Ramon Espericueta

    Jose Ramon Espericueta Member

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    just a question with this , i dont know if the manual says , this can downscale ? 4k source to 1080p?