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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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  2. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    do they support hdcp 1.4 ? I thought these are HDMI 1.3 and HDCP 1.2, need a device with 1.4 support.
     
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  3. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    Yeah, I've had 2-3 of these HDMI2AV's and they all supported HDCP 1.4. Most of the splitters I have completely remove HDCP so devices connected to it don't even need to adhere to it.
     
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  4. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    Alright didn't know that since it's not stated in the product description.
     
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  5. Xynar

    Xynar New Member

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  6. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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  7. LunarBlue

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    WAIT WHAT, that thing is perfect. :eek: I just searched for downscalers on amazon.com today and didnt find anything.

    edit:
    Does not ship outside of the U.S., you have to use a reship.
     
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  8. AmbiMod

    AmbiMod Member

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    Yes too bad for us, living in Europe. $US = EUR so the minimum price to pay is 75€ and more. :mad:

    But this product is perfect as you said :D
     
  9. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    I saw this too be couldn't find a distributor anywhere in Europe unfortunately. However, I did find a store selling the scaler for £46.98, with a discount code it's less than half the price than clearvisionsystems.co.uk.

    Edit: I did find them on eBay but they were $89 + $20 shipping and I'd imagine they will be hit by an import tax too.

    Edit 2: Apparently, with shipping and import charge they are around £91.
     
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  10. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    You can always use services like these:

    https://www.reship.com/
    https://www.shipito.com/
     
  11. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    Don't you're tempting me :D

    After reading the reviews it looks like a lot of people are using this for Ambilight projects too.
     
  12. LunarBlue

    LunarBlue Member

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    Hahaha yea it got me too.
     
  13. skyworxx

    skyworxx New Member

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    What solution are you folks using for multiple inputs? Are there any good 4k60 HDR capable 4x1 switches that have a remote? I was only able to find mechanical 4x1 switches without a remote
     
  14. LunarBlue

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  15. Jose Ramon Espericueta

    Jose Ramon Espericueta Member

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  16. LunarBlue

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  17. Jose Ramon Espericueta

    Jose Ramon Espericueta Member

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    and its $10 cheaper : ) hope works well , i actually using the cam solution with excellent results but i think the capture has better results
     
  18. LunarBlue

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    The only problem I see with these two is that they don't strip HDR they just downscale. These HDMI2AV converters cant handle it, so they will output wrong colors (At least with Dolby Vision, with HDR10 the picture is just brighter).
     
  19. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    Just bought the EZCOO 4K HDMI 2.0 Splitter HDR Scaler. Should be here next week. I had to contact the EZCOO support to verify some of the specs but it seems to be the best choice so far.
     
  20. LunarBlue

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    are you using a reship or how are you shipping to europe (still europe ;) )