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Split Audio from Video (HDMI 2.0)

I am looking for a device that can split audio from a combined audio+video HDMI source and is 4K+HDR (HDMI 2.0) pass-through capable. That way, I can send video to projector (JVC RS 500) and audio to the receiver (Denon X-2000). The reason I am wanting to do this is because I don't want to buy a new receiver right now. I understand that UHD bluray players can do this, but I have more 4K devices (eg Roku, HTPC) that I want to use with this set-up.

Eventually, I want a dedicated audio setup (rather than to rely on what AVR receivers offer).
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I was going do to a similar plan and I pulled the plug on it today. All my sources can split the audio and video and have dual outputs. I have a JVC RS520, basically same projector you have.

I only have two sources so I just ran two separate HDMI cables to projector.

Currently, the voices don't sync at all. To fix it with a Pioneer receiver, you need to be able to use on screen options on receiver, well....you don't get those when you don't pass the video through the receiver.

I can spend an entire day doing trial and error running the video through the receiver and the moving video back directly to projector from source but I'm done.

Also, I decided I want to be able to play mario cart etc. on it, I want the HDMI switching on the receiver back...

Maybe your experience will be better.
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