HDCP 2.2 is not needed for streaming via built in TV apps like Netflix which is likely to be how most of us get our 4k content until they decide to implement HDCP 2.2 into 4K players. Currently there are only a few HDMI 2.0 chipsets. One allows full 4K 60 4:4:4 (18Gbps) but does not have HDCP 2.2 and the other has 4K 60 4:2:0 (10Gbps) but has HDCP 2.2. All receiver manufacturers except Onkyo opted for full HDMI 2.0 vs adding in HDCP2.2 since nothing uses it yet. Onkyo has HDCP 2.2 on two ports but they are the reduced Chroma 4:2:0 on 60Hz (full chroma 4:4:4 on 24/30 material).
Also just to point out the HU8550 does not come with a One Connect box. All the inputs are on the back but it does have a One Connect port to add a box later to upgrade. The first box for it will likely be available in 2015.
UN65F9000AFXZA + SEK2500U/ZA firmware version 1162.2
Denon AVR-X5200W, Apple TV, Sony BDP-S6200, PS4, Xbox One
(2) Klipsch RF-82IIs, (2)RS-62IIs (4)RS-52IIs, (2)RS-42IIs, (1)RC-62ii, (2)RB-61IIs
(1) SVS PB12-Plus, (1)Emotiva XPA-100, (1)XPA-200, (1)UPA-200,
UN55HU8550, AVR-S900W, Ceton Echo, Apple TV, Panny BDT460, PC,
(1)Klipsch G-42, (2)G-16s, (2) Bose 161, (1)BIC Acoustech PL-200
Last edited by sikclown; 07-19-2014 at 12:09 AM.