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for most tv's, you just hit the "display" or "info" button and usually the incoming resolution is identied in the top corner momentarily. Similarly, if you change from one input on the tv to another, when the TV "resync", it may normally display the incoming resolution.
Further, on your "new told info" about you setup, your setup is even more "complex" than you first described, as not only do you have a splitter but basically have a second "splitter" in your receiver which further causes implications in your efforts..... in HDMI land, all is not what it seems even if one "path" works.... as Andy points out, there is only one "fed" of signal that is being shared, in your case, we now know that it may be with up to THREE "streams". You probably need to go back and re-state exactly what equipment is being used along with the configuration to ensure everyone is on the same "foot". Further, just unplugging and plugging in HDMI components without following a "proper sequence" will leave you with "states" that may be "confusing" to both the user and the equipment involved. Others may chime in with further help but my guess is that things will work correctly and probably at 1080p IF the TV's are relatively new since most have "scaling" capabilities to handle most / all signals thrown at them.... even though their screen resolutions may differ.