Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

AVRKey Video to TV Audio to Soundbar/Receiver

A brilliant device if ever there was one!

Integrate any UHD Source with your Legacy AVR or Audio Processor and your New 4K UHD Display. Extract Full HDMI audio from any UHD or HD signal! Support all current audio and video formats – simply connect and forget.

Pass-thru for 4K UHD video (with HDR, DV and HLG) up to 18Gbps to your New 4K UHD Display + HD Audio to your HDMI equipped AVR or Audio Processor.

For advanced Control and HDCP management add the optional GoBlue adapter to use IR, iOS or Android APP control of all settings and pre-sets. Very robust 18Gbps signal integrity, ensuring seamless integration even with marginal cables that would otherwise not work with others devices for high bandwidth signals.

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$329.00

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Description

Specifications :

HDMI® Revision : HDMI 2.0b (Level A) 600Mcsc – 18Gbps
Max Resolution : 4K60 4:4:4 8b, 4K60 4:2:2 12b, 4K120 4:2:0 8b or 8K30 4:2:0 8b
I/O : 1 HDMI In, 2 HDMI Out, USB
Pass-thru Channel : Support any signals up to 18Gbps including HLG/DV and HDR10+
HDMI Audio : 720p or 1080p Full HDMI Audio
Audio Support : Any sound format from lower mono up to Dolby Atmos and all latest
HDCP Conversion : Any HDCP to any HDCP with CST1 support
Operating Modes : 18Gbps pass-through with full HDMI audio at 720p or 1080p
Special Modes : HDMI Doctor and booster
EDID Modes : SDR BT2020 or HDR BT2020 selection for UHD BR player
Dimensions : 2.2? x 1.5? x 1? (56 x 38 x 25 mm)
Weight : 2.3 oz. (65g)

5 reviews for AVRKey Video to TV Audio to Soundbar/Receiver

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Derek (verified owner)

    I recently upgraded to a Panny 4k HDR OLED TV, however SWMBO wouldn’t authorise another $3k to spend on a 4k HDR compatible AVR to replace our trusty Denon 4311ci.

    Luckily EZYHD had an affordable solution – mine arrived today the HDFury AVRKey and it works great with 4K HDR Blurays. I now get Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio + 4K HDR.

    This product is Highly recommended!
    Derek.

    • team EZYHD

      Yes the HDFury AVRKey has been a big seller especially to those wanting full Audio to receiver and HDMi to projector or TV.

      Reason is feeding HDMI from splitter to strip out audio in receiver simply does not work why…

      HDMI signal path – any device which sits between a Source and a Sink (Display) is called a Repeater (that may be an AVR, HDMI Switch, HDMI Matrix, HDMI Extender…) and must support the same range of signal formats and HDCP version as the Source and Display maximum capabilities if you want to get the best out of your system.

      Where you have a ‘legacy’ AVR (capable of 1080p, non-Atmos with HDCP 1.4) sitting in the middle of an all 4K UHD, HDR with Atmos audio system it will limit what audio and video the Source can send to the Sink (Display) and AVR.

      The HDFury AVR key ‘isolates’ the Source and Sink (Display) from the legacy AVR so the HDMI cable from the AVR key to the Sink (Display) carries full capability Video and the second HDMI cable from the AVR key to the AVR carries the maximum audio quality the AVR caters for.

      Within an HDMI signal there are no dedicated Audio lines, the audio signal is encoded into the video signal which means the AVR must ‘see’ a Video signal it understands before it can lock to and decode the audio, the AVR key replaces the 4K UHD video signal with a ‘dummy’ blank image at 720p or 1080p with HDCP 1.4 on its ‘AVR’ Output so that the AVR can ‘lock’ to the signal.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shahab (verified owner)

    I ordered an AVR Key which was sent an arrived shortly. It was packaged well and came with a charger and power plug adapter (fitted surprisingly well). I updated the firmware from HDFury web site and connected it using high speed HDMI cables (cheap 3.89$ ones from office work) to my 4K Apple TV, my 2012 model Denon 3312 AVR and my newish 4K Sony TV. Simple as that! Now I am getting multi channel audio while watching 4K HDR 4.2.2 video on my tv. Before, I was using Audio on Return from TV that was only supporting downsampled Dolby Digital output from Apple TV (which it says is 5.1 but was really poor quality). Great product so far, hopefully will last my extended binge watching sessions! I was considering upgrading my receiver which I think I can now put on hold for a good few years! Thank you HDFury and EZYHD.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    rcf1803 (verified owner)

    Did exactly what other (supposedly) similar devices could not. I can now view Foxtel HD & 4K on my LG 4K 2.2HDCP TV with the audio processed thru my Pioneer 1020 1,4HDCP receiver.

    It was just plug and play.
    Ross

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    paulrozza (verified owner)

    Exactly the same situation as the other reviewer, I have an older AV Receiver, but it has support for all sound formats, yet as it is older it lacks HDR support. Really wanted to get Atmos sound through my 11 speaker system whilst getting HDR from my TV. I thought I might be able to use an HDMI splitter, 1 in 2 out, but HDCP prevents you from splitting audio and video signals.

    This device worked perfectly. Simply moved the sliders on the device to the settings I needed, plugged in my HD player as the source, and video out to my HDR TV and audio to my receiver. Boom! Job done, saved myself $2200 on a receiver just so I could enjoy what effectively cost me $300 (with 3 x brand new HDMI cables thrown in for good measure) to fix.

    No need to look for an alternative, this is what you need. No headaches, 0 fuss…it just works.
    Paul

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jim T (verified owner)

    Fantastic little device and works as described. I recently upgraded to a 4K HDR TV but still wanted to use my old AV receiver which supports many sound formats not compatible with the current ARC setup I have.

    The AVRKey allowed me to send the full HD audio streams direct to my AVR, whilst still being able to play UHD HDR content on my new TV. Definitely worth the price given a new AVR with the feature set I wanted would cost at least 4 times this price.
    Jim.

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