Questions about multiple HDMI output receiver and mixing HDMI standards
I have a Yamaha RX-V860 receiver, which has two HDMI outputs. The receiver has 7 HDMI inputs, and the first 3 inputs support HDCP 2.2.
I recently upgraded my older Samsung TV to a Sony 55" 930d. This is connected to the first HDMI output of my receiver. It's of course a 4K HDR capable TV and support HDCP 2.2.
I also have an Epson 8700UB which I've been using for a number of years. This is connected up to HDMI output 2 of the receiver.
For inputs, I have an Apple TV, XBox One S, and a PS4 Pro.
This setup has been causing me many issues.
First, I had issues where the XBox would display on the TV, but on the PJ I'd get either a blank screen or a message about plugging into an HDCP 2.2 enabled port on the display device (which my projector doesn't have). I managed to get around this by connecting all my sources to non-HDCP 2.2 ports on the receiver.
Second, whenever the TV is connected to my receiver (even if the TV is off!) my PJ video will cut out periodically. It comes back, but makes watching anything impossible.
So right now, I'm stuck having to unplug my TV's HDMI cable when I want to use the PJ.
I'm wondering if this is due to mix and matching display devices that support HDCP 2.2 with those that don't?