Here's a serious question. I know many keep talking about the 4K resolution pass through and upconversion.
However, as MANY have mentioned, there no established format for 4K as these makers are just guessing.
Has anyone read by a legitimate source what the HDMI version will be and how it will be compatible with these new Receivers that offer their format versions of 4K pass through and upconversion.
Since there's no display devices and no players, yet not even any 4K sources, how will this all be compatible when it's vapor ware right now. Yes vapor where as it's just an idea and nothing else right now.
If there's is some actual real specs, I'd be interested to see them. That is if there is an actual HDMI approved spec.
If there is an HDMI approved Spec that will be the version for 4K resolution, then perhaps these receivers will have use in the future. Then again, who knows, as there might be a completely new connection or HDMI format that also allows other features, just like how 1.4a does. It's not just 3D but a bunch of features and unfortunately, many receivers are not compatible with the 1.4a spec or even stand-alone HDMI switchers.