Home  //  CONVERTERS & ADAPTERS  //  EDID ADAPTERS  //  Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector

Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector

Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector



Resolves HDMI video / EDID Handshake issues

HDMI 1.4a Compliant

Perfect for older TVs, PCs, AV receivers & Matrix Switches

Order Information
Part Number:HDTVEDID
Extend 1 yr warranty to 3 yrs @ $18:
HDMI (EDID) cable for $5:
Price:$124.95
Availability:Usually ships the same business day
TEXT Us at 805-409-0208
130,000+ Items Shipped
30 Day No-Hassle Returns
55,000+ Happy Customers
Free Lifetime Tech Support
Over 5,000 ✭✭✭✭✭ Reviews

Quantity:


This

HDTVEDID HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector

tricks HDMI sources to be "Always ON" regardless of setup changes. It is simple to use with its 1-click process to learn new EDIDs in seconds. It has 5 - pre-programmed EDIDs (480p-1080p) and includes an USB cable for programming custom EDIDs.

The HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector resolves HDMI video stability and connection related issues and is preconfigured with a full HD (1080p) 3D capable EDID for a simple, plug-n-play installation. This HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector also has internal logic to support HDCP streams by sniffing all DDC packets and filtering the EDID requests but passing all HDCP handshakes. It can help to solve most HDMI issues such as handshaking issue, compatibility issues and/or any EDID related issue. It helps to keep a source always ON or tricked into a defined state which is especially useful for complex matrix systems.

HDTVEDID HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector Features:

  • Resolves most HDMI handshake issues
  • Quick installation in seconds
  • NO Programming required
  • Fix HDMI handshaking issue
  • EDID Manager and Detective feature
  • Easy EDID table manipulation via USB port
  • HDMI/DVI-D emulator and repeater
  • Maintain 2K, 1920x1200, 1080p video without losing sync.
  • Predefined Banks (FullHD 3D, FullHD, 1080i, 720p, etc..)
  • User programmable EDID Banks
  • Sink EDID sniffing feature
  • Extand signal integrity up to 50 meters !
  • Can work standalone without any PSU connected (taking power from HDMI)
  • HDCP compliant
  • HDMI cable included
Fast & Simple Installation within <30 seconds: No need to learn any custom EDIDs - Doctor HDMI is preconfigured with a Full HD (1080p) 3D capable EDID for simple, "Plug-n-Play" installation!

Self-powered via HDMI / Power not needed: There's no need for external power in most installations & setups - power is drawn directly from the HDMI line, making installation that much simpler!

Selectable EDIDs, or add your own: Can't use the standard 1080p EDID? Easily remove incompatible features like 3D, or reduce resolution down to 1080i, 720p, 480/576p with just (1) click!

Perfect for AV receivers, Matrix Switches: Video loss issues are very common in HDMI-based video distribution setups. It is perfect for maintaining HDCP compliance & valid EDID handshakes - all the time.

This HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector will solve most HDCP/HDMI issues by just being connected between source and display. Once connected it can be set on the fly to perform specific EDID and Hot plug event.

There are a total of eight EDID banks inside the unit. When you press up or down button you can quickly move between any of them to select the desired one. Once you stop for a second or so, the system actually activates the selected EDID and starts the HPD (hot-plug) event. This is the event where the device will inform the source device that EDID has changed so the source must reconfigure its own internal settings. This takes about 2 seconds as per the EDID standards. During this time you will not be able to change the EDID. After HPD event concludes you are free to change EDID again if wanted. If you press the middle button, the displays EDID is copied and placed into the EDID bank number. Once it is done, HPD event is also created and completes in about 2 seconds.

HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector banks are separated as follows:

  • 1-5: are presets factory configured and cannot be changed by user. However, They can be updated with a firmware update.
  • 6-7: are user configurable by the PC software.
  • 8: is the reserved one for downloading from the display.

Why not buy this HDTVEDID HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector today?




The EDID Emulator/Corrector is maybe the simplest and easiest fix to try in a HDMI network tha is giving you problems. You basically put the HDMI EDID Emulator between the source exhibiting the problem and the rest of the HDMI chain. If you still have problems. the HDMI EDID Emulator solution emulates other EDID configurations and tricks your problem device into thinking its connected to a different kind of display with different capabilities. It is HDMI 1.4 compliant so it will support 3D too. So for around $100 you can save whatever hair you haven't yet pulled out in all your frustration.

HDTVEDID HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector Specifications:

  • General
    • True Passthrough & Support for:
    • HDMI 1.4a Compliant
      • Video: 3D, Up to 1080p
      • Lip-Sync
      • HDCP Compliance/Handshake
      • CEC Protocols
      • Audio: Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD/MA (True 7.1 Bitstreaming)
    • Programmable via HDMI or PC
    • Boosts HDMI signal (when powered)
    • HDMI Pin 14 on/off: Fixes HEAC/ARC Compatibility
    • Video Bandwidth: 2.25 Gbps
    • Supports extended EDID : CEA861 (256 byte)
    • Video support: Single-link 225Mhz, 2k, WUXGA, 1080p60/12bit deep color and x.v.color Input cable equalization
  • Physical
    • EDID Unit
      • 2.36 x 1.57 x 0.79 inches (60 x 40 x 20 mm)
      • Weight: 1.76 ounces (50g)
    • Box / Packaging:
      • 6.75 x 3.37 x 2.35 inches (170 x 85 x 60 mm)
      • Weight: 7 oz. (198g)
  • EDID Banks
    • Pre-loaded: (5) Pre-programmed
      • 1080p, non-3D
      • 1080p, 3D (Default)
      • 1080i
      • 480/576p
      • 720p
    • Programmable:
      • (1) Via HDMI
      • (2) Via PC
    • The unit can learn an EDID from an HDMI connected device
  • Power
    • Power is not required, except when:
      • EDID needs to be learned via PC
      • HDMI signal attenuates (long runs)
    • Universal USB power cable included. Power supplied from PC connection.
  • Package Included
    • (1) HDMI (Main Unit)
    • (1) Universal USB power cable Set of abridged instructions
    • (1) 1.5' HDMI Cable with Ferrite Cores

Why not buy this HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector today?


This corrector will solve most HDCP/HDMI issues by just being connected between source and display. Once connected it can be set on the fly to perform specific EDID and Hot plug event.
There are a total of eight EDID banks inside the unit. When you press up or down button you can quickly move between any of them to select the desired one. Once you stop for a second or so, the system actually activates the selected EDID and starts the HPD (hot-plug) event. This is the event where Dr.HDMI will inform the source device that EDID has changed so the source must reconfigure it’s own internal settings. This takes about 2 seconds as per standards. During this time you will not be able to change the EDID. After HPD event concludes you are free to change edid again if wanted.

If you press the middle button, the display’s EDID is copied and placed into the EDID bank number 8. Once it is done, HPD event is also created and completes in about 2 seconds. EDID banks are separated as follows:
  • 1-5 : are presets factory configured and cannot be changed by user. However, They can be updated with a firmware update.
  • 6-7 : are user configurable by the PC software.
  • 8 : is the reserved one for downloading from the display.
This device also has internal logic to support HDCP streams by sniffing all DDC packets and filtering the EDID requests but passing all HDCP handshakes. The PC software can be used to edit any of the parameters on the fly or it can be used to load/save any customer EDID. Power is either drawn from the HDMI connector or from the USB port if connected. Firmware upgrades can be sent with a single .exe file automatically so no additional software is needed. Just launch the .exe. To fix compatibility or handshake issue between source and display you can also try to move the switch on the side in one or the other position.

List of Banks

  • 1. Full, unlimited, all 3D features enabled
  • 2. Full, unlimited, no 3D features
  • 3. 1080i limited – no 3D
  • 4. 720p limited – no 3D
  • 5. 480/576p limited -no 3D
  • 6&7 are special cases which initially hold the same info as #1 but they can be altered with PC software to be anything
  • 8. is the display EDID which can be read by pushing the middle button.
  • (Once you push the middle button, the contents are read from display and stored to #8 and it is activated)






HDTV Supply is a leader in supplying 3D equipment for this new, fast growing 3DTV market. Our test lab includes the latest equipment for designing, testing and supporting 3D video equipment. The chips sets we use support the below 3D formats and work with many of our HDMI 1.3 and HDMI 1.4 compliant devices. This HDTVEDID supports these 3D formats:
  • Side-by-Side 3D Format
  • Top-and-Bottom 3D Format
  • Blu-ray 3D Format
  • Frame packing
  • and more
We not only test this device with lab equipment we also test many of our 3D devices with 3D products you are likely to use. The products used for the test are:
  • Sony PS3 with the 3D 3.41 firmware
  • Samsung model PN50C7000YF 3DTV
  • Samsung model BD-C6900 3D Blu-ray player FORCED to 1080p
  • Samsung model SSG-P2100T 3D glasses
  • DirecTV models HR21-100 and the HR24 high definition receiver.
  • HDTV Supply's true HDMI 1.4 cables
  • It works with all HDMI devices including the new 3D units.
The 3D viewing results were awesome in our lab and did not have any picture or audio degradation. The normal and standard (2D) results equally exhibited a superb picture quality.

Why not buy this HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector today?


Q: How do you switch between Banks ?
A:
There are a total of eight EDID banks inside the unit. When you press up or down button you can quickly move between any of them to select the desired one. Once you stop for a second or so, the system actually activates the selected EDID and starts the HPD (hot-plug) event. This is the event where Dr.HDMI will inform the source device that EDID has changed so the source must reconfigure it’s own internal settings. This takes about 2 seconds as per standards. During this time you will not be able to change the EDID. After HPD event concludes you are free to change edid again if wanted. If you press the middle button, the display’s EDID is copied and placed into the EDID bank number 8. Once it is done, HPD event is also created and completes in about 2 seconds.

Q: Is this device HDCP Compliant?
A:
Yes, the device is fully HDCP Compliant

Q: Does this eliminate or strip out HDCP?
A:
No, it does not strip out or remove HDCP. It is designed for storing & emulating an EDID, and does not tamper with HDCP at all. If your source device requires HDCP, but your video sinks are not HDCP compliant (such as a TV that is too old), it will not be able to solve your video problem.

Q: I'm not getting any video - what can I do?
A:
First - remember that many devices do not always carry out hot-swap HDMI connections correctly. Simple power off the device, and power it back on. Once it sees the unit connected, video will most likely come back.

If the video still does not appear after multiple power-cycles, try the following, in sequence:

1. Make sure the HDMI cables for INPUT and OUTPUT aren't switched on the Doctor HDMI

2. Double-check all HDMI cables in the chain, and make sure they're connected properly and working.

3. If the issue persists, proceed to troubleshoot: Try learning the EDID from your video sink (TV, Projector, or Display+Receiver combination) onto the unit and try again.

4. If it doesn't work - then the issue is not with the Doctor HDMI. We'll need to identify the "problem-causing device" in your setup as follows:

Identifying a "problem-causing" HDMI device:

1. Connect your video source directly into a TV/monitor/projector, WITHOUT the unit or any receivers. Connection should be as direct as possible.

2. If you get video, add one more device into your "HDMI chain" - such as a receiver, a balun, or a matrix switch.

3. Add only (1) device at a time, and observe the outcome. Do not try to add more than (1) device - or you will not be able to identify the "problem-causing device".

4. If all devices in the "HDMI chain" are added in, then learn the EDID onto the unit.

Q: Do I need to load custom EDID profiles to use the it?
A: No, the majority of installations can make use of one of the (5) default settings available. Unless you need 7.1 sound, or otherwise specifically instructed, there is no need to program a custom EDID onto the it.

Q: What does the HEAC/ARC switch do?
A: It enables/disables pin 14 on the HDMI connection to fix HEAC/ARC compatibility issues. By default, leave it at the "ARC" setting.

Why not buy this HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector today?


HDTV Supply includes a 1 Year Limited U.S. Warranty on this product. The U.S. warranty states that (a) its products will perform substantially in accordance with the accompanying written materials for a period of 1 year from the date of receipt & (b) that the Product will be free from defects in materials & workmanship under normal use & service for a period of 1 year. In order to get a warranty replacement for a defective item, HDTV Supplys Support Team will verify the product is eligible for warranty. An RMA number will then be issued. Shipped replacements will be in like new conditions, tested & all components included. A 30-day RETURN also comes with this warranty as well as Free Lifetime Tech Support.

HDTV Supply also sells a 3 and 5 Year Extended U.S. Warranty for this product. Please go to Extended Warranties or see the above Options to purchase it.

Why not buy this HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector today?


Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector
Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector

Questions & Answers


Ask a question about the Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector or Call 800-841-9238

Your email:
Your question:


Advanced HDMI EDID Emulator / Corrector

Recently Viewed Items