Designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts!
Works with any monitor with component or VGA connection.
HDCP = High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection.
Used in digital video transmission to protect the material from playback. If you have a TV that does not have HDCP support on your TV / Monitor / Projector you will either receive an error message or no picture at all. It is most common to encounter problems when using PS3 or trying to check out BlueRay. HD Fury III solves all these problems!
No HDMI connector? No problem!
HD Fury III adds HDMI to all types of screens that support component or VGA. Don't sit and watch movies and games in the 480p resolution! Connect HD Fury III and enjoy 1080p FULL HD!
HD Fury III is one of the most powerful HDCP decodors ever produced. It has two HDMI 1.3 inputs with support for Deep ColourTM, auto / manual switching between the inputs, 5.1 Dolby Digital / DTS sound, perfect centralization of the image, and you can change the resolution and other choices via switches on the adapter!
Why do I need a HD Fury III?
How old is your HDTV or projector? If purchased before 2005, it does not have an HDMI input. This means you will never be able to use it to the full potential with PS3, Xbox 360, Blu-ray players, PC graphics cards and TV boxes in 1080p FULL HD resolution.
Without an HDMi input, most screens can only handle 480p in most cases - that's just one-sixth of the 1080p FULL HD resolution. Then you need HD Fury III to unlock the power of your screen! Why buy a new expensive HDTV when your regular works great? Increase the value of your TV with HD Fury III.
HD Fury III delivers a razor-sharp image with outstanding color from HDMI sources, supporting all resolutions up to 1080p FULL HD. The quality of the image is immediately noticeable and delivers an incredibly clear and detailed image.
Can't I use the component output on my Blu-ray player and other devices?
No, not without serious restrictions:
Blu-ray, HD DVD, DVD player and PS3 and Xbox 360 do not scale up standard DVD movies to 1080p over analog outputs. They are limited to 480p only. HD Fury III comes across this limitation.
If the Image Constraint Token is copied on Blu-ray or HD DVDs, it lowers the resolution from 1080p to 540p, one-fifth of the resolution, over analog outputs. HD Fury III comes across this limitation.
And most importantly: The picture quality is much worse over analog outputs. HD Fury III comes across this limitation.
HD Fury III is what you need to add HDMI 1.3 and take your TV to the next generation and give you the best picture possible.
Will HD Fury III work for me?
1. Does your screen support any of these resolutions: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 1080i, or 1080p?
2. Does it have component or VGA inputs?
If you answer YES to both of these questions, HD Fury III will work great!
HD Fury III main features:
• 2x HDMI 1.3 inputs with Deep Color support. Selects input automatically or manually.
• Component (YPbPr / YCbCr) and VGA (RGBHV) output.
• Audio output via analog or optical digital output (S / PDIF 5.1 Dolby / DTS) via an innovative 3.5mm combo jack.
• 4x EDID banks (2 per channel).
• Built-in setting to lower resolution.
• Settings are made via DIP switches.
• Perfect and automatic centering of the image in all NTSC / PAL standard modes via component.
• Manual horizontal position setting in all NTSC / PAL modes via RGBHV.
• Scales color depth in all camps, can be turned on or off.
• Sync Polarity Inverter selectable.
• Automatic SD / HD color scope selector.
• Can handle third-party accessories on the video output.
• Improved cable driver for longer cable routing (40-50).
• Upgradeable software.
HD Fury III specifications:
• Inputs: 2 x HDMI v1.3 (DVI 1.0 compatible).
o Switch: Auto / PortA / PortB.
• 10-bit deep color HDMI support.
• Outputs: VGA female, 10-bit analog resolution.
• HDCP support (Integrated HDCP decoder, pre-programmed HDCP key).
• Horizontal positioning possibilities for RGB output signal.
o Activate with DIP switch, change setting with buttons.
• Adjustable sync polarity for RGB output signal via DIP switch.
• Output signal: Either RGB or YPbPr, set via DIP switch
o YPbPr requires VGA to 3RCA cable
• Supports all HD / SDTV formats from 1080p to 480i, NTSC and PAL-
o Includes 1080p @ 72hz PAL and NTSC (via RGB output only) -
o Includes 1080p @ 24hz PAL and NTSC
• 11-bit 225MHz DAC processing (for true 10-bit analog output) -
• Two separate internal EDID EEPROMs with complete CEA861 expansion blocks.
o Set via DIP switch.
o An EDID supports all formats.
o The second EDID can handle up to 1080i, no 24Hz support (preset, reprogrammable).
• Automatic signal selector: Digital YCbCr or RGB.
• Full support for BTB and WTW for YPbPr output signal.
• Automatically switches color range for both HDTV and SDTV.
• Precise black levels - no black broken crumbs in standard mode.
• Audio output with combo jack.
o SPDIF Digital output with 5.1 Dolby / DTS
o Analog L / R 2-channel stereo.
• Uses industry standards:
o HDMI 1.3
o EIA / CEA-861D
o DVI 1.0
o HDCP 1.1
• Digital video input / output signal.
o Dual integrated HDMI 1.3 cores.
o Supports DTV resolutions up to 1080p @ 72Hz or 720p / 1080i @ 120Hz with 36-bit color depth.
o Flexible digital video interface:
- 24/30/36-bit RGB / YCbCr 4: 4: 4
- 16/20/24-bit YCbCr 4: 2: 2
- 8/10/12-bit YCbCr 4: 2: 2 (ITU-R BT.656)
• Integrated RGB color scope converter for both RGB to YCbCR and YCbCr to RGB (both 601 and 709) with true 12-bit accuracy with 14-bit processing.
• 4: 2: 2 <> 4: 4: 4 converter with 12-bit accuracy with 14-bit processing.
• Digital audio output.
o Industry standard S / PDIF output.
o Supports 2-channel 32-192kHz stereo sound.
o Supports IEC60958 2-channel PCM.
o Capable of handling IEC61937 compressed audio (5.1 Dolby® Digital, DTS, and the like).
Differences to older models of HD Fury:
The difference between HD Fury II and HD Fury III in YUV mode is almost impossible to see, in RGB mode you can see a difference depending on how they are used. HD Fury III performs better in special resolutions. In addition to product quality, they have focused on features and compatibility instead.
They have solved the "LEFT SHIFT" problem in RGB mode without the need for an external box to fix the problem.
There is now an adjustable sync polarity (for Barco owners mainly). Several EDID to recalculate resolution. STB with automatic recognition for screens that are not capable of 1080p.
All of these features should fix most problems users have had with HD Fury and HD Fury II. It makes installation easy and easy.
More about the differences:
With the production of HD Fury III, the component features were left intact while RGB and sound were remodeled from the ground up and improved. Now the "LEFT SHIFT" problem is out of the world and you can set the image to the right and left with a few simple button presses.
The color depth scaling setting is now selectable, set via a DIP switch. HD Fury III now has four programmable EDID banks, two used to limit the resolution to 1080i, can be set via DIP switches. A very useful feature for anyone with a TV that supports 1080i but not 1080p and has sources where you cannot adjust the resolution.
There are also two HDMI 1.3 inputs with Deep Color support, port is selected automatically or manually. Blurred RGB display owners can use the new H / V sync polarity setting via a DIP switch.
The bandwidth of the RGB pixel clock is expanded to 225MHz (1080p / 72 now works perfectly)!
The higher bandwidth of HD Fury III also makes it much cooler than HD Fury II.
In the package:
1 x HD Fury III 1080p.
1 x Component cable (Y / Pb / Pr).
1 x RGB (VGA) cable.
1 x Power cord with cable (suitable for Swedish outlets).