In Reply to: Yes... posted by Jim Pearce on January 1, 2017 at 13:29:47:
Unless the receiver or processor is 2.2 HDCP compliant there will be an issue with passing 4k or HDR. Another nice gift from the industry. So unless I upgrade my AV8003 I'll have to go direct to the TV with 4k disc player. If the receiver/processor is 2.2 compliant and having issues it may be the person needs to upgrade the HDMI cable to a "high speed" version.
Keep in mind when you do get an OLED, or any other 4k TV as far as that goes, the display will automatically upconvert any incoming video signal to 4k, it's native resolution.
If your display is still serving you well, and you aren't set to watch 4k in 2017, there certainly isn't a rush to upgrade. It seems the early adopters always bare the expense and bugs of early generation new tech.
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