Hdfury 4K Splitter
The 4K UHD Splitter comes as a tiny 2 ways (1 input, 2 outputs) splitter device that supports up to 4K (UHD, 2160p) digital signal. It features some fresh new development such as EDID AutoMix and EDID Manual utility, and as always… furious features can be unlocked via USB upgrade. It can also help in EDID related issues with the Expert mode and the EDID utility allowing to always present your own EDID and bypass HDP events.
Hdfury 4k Splitter UHD Key Features
Our Splitter 4K UHD handles all video formats down to SD (480p) and all the way up to UHD (2160p).
AutoMix EDID feature will create a custom EDID by mixing both sink EDID connected to the splitter output ports.
Custom and manual EDID utility available from the download section.
Featuring a smart reset switch so you will never have to unplug and replug HDMI cable again, just press the reset button and HPD events are reinitialized.
Just like any recent HDfury hardware, it comes with USB upgradable firmware that allows you to unleash furious features
Since FW1.13: EZ and Expert modes are now available,
No flashing screen when HDMI cable is connected/disconnected in Expert mode!
Hdfury 4K Splitter technical specs
- DVI Specification 1.0 Compliant
- HDMI Specification 1.4a Compliant
- Integrated HDCP decryption/encryption engines which are compliant with HDCP Rev 1.3 specification
- Integrated automatic EDID processing
- Wide Frequency Range: 25MHz – 340MHz (beyond 4K spec)
- Supports 12-bit Deep Full HD, Full 3D, and 4K2K video.
- Supports Standard Audio, DSD Audio and HD (HBR) Audio
- Supports 1 DVI/HDMI input port and 2 DVI/HDMI output ports
- Supports conversion of HDMI signaling to DVI signaling
- Supports HDCP Repeater
- Scalable to make more than 4 output ports
- Supports 2D and 3D video signals in NTSC 480i/p, PAL 576i/p, HDTV 720p/1080i/1080p/1440p/2160p
- Size : 65 * 49 * 39 (mm)
Got questions? We have answers!
How does the Hdfury Splitter 4K UHD combines EDID from 2 sink devices?
The combinator checks video and audio capabilities including DVI or HDMI capability and distributes information so that each display will both show video and audio. So it has to take into account that it cannot send 7.1 to a stereo receiver or 1080p to a 480p display. So it configures EDID based on the best-shared capabilities.
However, if one the displays are DVI and the other one is HDMI then it will still send audio to the HDMI capable display while keeping the other output as pure DVI.
So you will still hear audio.
Hdfury 4K Splitter UHD also has a windows EDID utility to manually upload, read, write, save or load any EDID file.