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  1. Further information: Purchased in March 2020, still under warranty Taken from the HDFury Web Site State of the art HDMI central with exclusive output management to accomodate Android TV and similar sink devices doing check while in standby mode. Support any video and/or audio signal in existence today including DV, LLDV, HLG, HDR10+, DTS:X, ATMOS and more… Vertex² allows any HDMI source (Blu-ray, UHD Blu-ray, media players, satellite receiver, game consoles, PCs, etc.) to be shown on any of the connected displays and any sources Full HDMI audio to be played on ANY AVR. World First: Vertex² is also capable of extracting full audio from any TV ARC or eARC (HDMI2.1) up to Atmos High Bit Rate over True HD and forward it via 720p/1080p HDMI to ANY capable AVR input! We are proud to announce the availability of Vertex2, successor of the award winning HDfury Vertex and more than ever tailored for AV purists. 4×2 Matrix/Splitter/Scaler for 4K HDR/DV 18Gbps/600MHz + Full HDMI Audio out (extract HDMI/ARC/eARC) Hardware-wise, the Vertex² central is featuring 4 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI video output with scaling option and 1 dedicated HDMI full audio output at 720p or 1080p, LAN Control, RS232, L/R stereo or Optical 5.1 output, IR RX, IR sensor, IR window, OLED display and 4 buttons on the side allowing to enter/exit and perform change in the device system menu. Vertex² offers an unique and exclusive output management to accomodate Android TV and such sink devices that perform annoying check in standby mode. All inputs are capable of 4K HDR/HLG/DV/LLDV/HDR10+ up to 18Gbps for video and support any sound format in existence today, HDMI TX0 and TX1 video outputs are capable of outputting 18Gbps and all sound formats as well. Vertex² is always running in a Matrix/Scaler mode ensuring your setup remains optimized at its best capabilities.Software-wise, Vertex² provides you full control via the embedded and brand new HDfury webserver ! The need of a dedicated computer with special driver to run configuration software or update is now a thing of the past ! You can use any web browser based device such as any computer or smartphone to access, control and update Vertex² Central, the process is as easy as visiting a web page. We went further than anything we ever made and full filled Vertex² with revisited and improved HDR management features. We also added some new features never seen before such as TMDS switching for all inputs which allow to autoswitch sources such as ATV4K, X1X or Shield that no other switch on the market are able to autoswitch. Additionally Vertex² can physically cut any output via software trigger. World First eARC HDMI2.1 breakthrough: Vertex² now support ARC and eARC sound extraction from TV for up to Atmos high bit rate over TrueHD forwarded to any AVR input via Vertex² HDMI audio output (ARC-Key feature) ! All HDfury legacy features remain present, each input EDID can be set individually from a list of 100 EDID, HDCP conversion, Scaling and signal operations such as Chroma/Color depth/Color space, PJ&Display macro, Infoframes modes, CEC command, ARC, HTPC mode, special modes, sound extraction and more. All setup informations are visible at first sight via OLED, On Screen Display or Webserver.Vertex² is the smart solution and converter for interoperability between any HDMI revision equipment, for content creators, calibrators, streamers, digital entertainment centers, UHDTV retail, show sites, data centers, schools, conference or home cinema and much more. Technical specs HDMI revision: HDMI 2.0b (Level A) 600Mcsc – 18Gbps Vertex² Support: 600MHz/18Gbps HDR, HDR10+, HLG, DV & LLDV, eARC, ALLM, IMAX Max Resolution: 4K60 4:4:4 8b, 4K60 4:2:2 12b, 4K120 4:2:0 8b or 8K30 4:2:0 8b TOTAL I/O: 4 HDMI In, 3 HDMI Out, 1 RJ45, 2 IR, 1 RS232, 1 Analog Jack & Optical Out. Upscale port TX0: FHD 1080p & 2K to UHD 2160p & 4K/DCI Downscale port TX1: UHD/HDR 2160p & 4K/DCI to FHD/HDR 1080p & 2K Full Audio port: Full HDMI/ARC/eARC Audio extraction via 720p/1080p self generated stream to feed any AVR input TMDS Switching: Autoswitch support for ATV4K, X1X and others sources continuously sending +5V Signal Conversion: Resolution, Chroma Subsampling, Color Space, Color Depth, HDCP HDCP Conversion: Any HDCP to any HDCP with CST1 support Operating Modes: 18Gbps Matrix, Scaler, Splitter & Switcher with CEC, eARC, ARC and EDID management Special Modes: CEC Command, HTPC, Disable or replace HDR/HLG, HDMI Doctor, RS232 Macro. EDID Modes: 13 EDID Flags, 5 EDID Algo, 100 EDID Banks (10 custom) Infoframe Modes: Capture, edit, create, block or replace HDR/HLG metadata, AVI & VSIF. Read SPD, Audio, HDMI Vendor, HDMI Forum Control Modes: New HDfury Webserver, IR, IP, RS232 for Linux/MAC/Win or push buttons Output Control: Fully disconnect any output via software when not in use. On Screen Display: Editable with custom text and mask. (cover TV channel logo) Oled: 3.12″ Diagonal, 256×64, 16 blue colors Vertex² Dimension: 4.5″L x 7.3″W x 0.9″H – in CM: 11.5 x 18.5 x 2.4 Weight: 520g – 1.15 LBS Input Lag: <1ms (nanoseconds count) Other info: 3D Support, CEC Pass Through, DSD, eARC (HDMI2.1) Photos:
  2. One Saturday afternoon I was very fortunate to witness 2 Spitfires escorting a Lancaster Bomber fly over my house on the way to London for a fly past. Awesome!!!!
  3. There's no better sound than a Rolls Royce Merlin Engine
  4. A bit mixed here https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/ozlighting
  5. Have look here https://manual3.jvckenwood.com/projector/mobile/dla/lch60830-001en/QUDFSYasevwydg.php Let me know how it goes with the repair etc
  6. I'm still waiting for the company carrying out the inspection to get back to me with quote as there appears to be an issue with correctly identifying the failed part with Pioneer. Bad news, I received a phone and was informed the panel needs to be replaced and they can't source one. Shame I have to admit I do have soft spot for Pioneer Plasma's I'll fire up my older 506 tomorrow, I bought this one over UK and has been sitting on a stand for the 3 years and not used.
  7. Further information: Soundbar is in excellent condition message me if you have any questions Postage is not included in the price. Photos:
  8. Further information: Speakers are in excellent condition Suitable for 60" PDP-LX608D PDP-LX6080D message me if you have question. Postage not included in the price Photos:
  9. I've just sent you PM, ref the speakers. Just got off the phone with a company in Melbourne they don't think it's a panel issue, just need to arrange time etc for them to come out and look at the panel.
  10. You could try: * Make sure the Plasma and the Media Box are in standby. * Using the remote control: * Press {DISPLAY} button (just press, do not hold) and wait 3 seconds. * Press {LEFT} {UP} {LEFT} {RIGHT} {POWER} buttons. * The Plasma will turn on with the "Information" page displayed. * Press {MUTE} to move through the levels of menus: or Start with the plasma in standby Make sure you point the remote directly at the IR sensor in the tv Press the info button on the remote (just press, do not hold) Wait 3 seconds Press LEFT, UP, LEFT, RIGHT then POWER If done correctly, the plasma turns on and the INFORMATION page is displayed, will change 3 times on its own quickly.
  11. I've also got a 506 with separate media box I bought in England back in 2006, it's been sitting on a TV cabinet, not touched in 3 yrs, fired it up last night, picture is sill pin sharp. It's crying shame they killed off Plasma!!! I can only ever see one issue with Plasma, they're f'ing heavy!!!!
  12. If I could get the penny flagship 65inch model I just might dig deep other than that I was thinking ‘LG’
  13. That’s what I’m hoping but the vertical black block is worrying, I’ve emailed both Australia and UK technical support to see if they can help and know what parts if any are still available. I will keep you in mind if I can’t get the screen repaired
  14. Panasonic make excellent OLED's sadly they won't be here for much longer https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/tech/2020/02/05/panasonic-tv-australia-stops/ not sure living in Australia buying a Panasonic is a good idea
  15. Hi, My beloved Pioneer 608 has decided to play up, first strange lines appeared on screen with a solid black line, see photos and after few minutes the screen went blank and the stand-by light blinking. The Stand by light blinks 'Red' 8 times and then pauses Then 8 times again etc Anyone seen this before or know what type of failure this is?? is worth repairing??? Any feedback would be much appreciated. Attachments
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