I'm looking for the setup which gives me the best possible results with these components.
- amp: Yamaha RX-V477 (HTR-4067) [supposedly does not support HDCP 2.2/Hdmi 2.0]
- tv: Samsung 55Q9F [no DTS passthrough by ARC]
- streaming/media player: Nvidia Shield 16Gb (2018)
- console: Playstation 4 pro (2018 version)
I seem to have everything up and running (image and sound), but I don't think it's optimal.
Image quality of usb-streaming to Nvidia Shield is not on par with direct 4K Youtube streaming.
The rest seems okay up to now.
Wanted to use the V477 as hub, but that results in no 4k HDR from the Playstation (needs HDCP 2.2).
So PS4 Pro is directly on Samsung TV.
Nvidia Shield is on Yamaha and does both stream audio as well as video. Source material is ripped 4k content.
Video does show a teensy weensy jitter (can't call it a stutter) every 5 sec. Just a frameskip, so it seems.
But the image seems to be gritty, not as sharp and vibrant as streaming of 4k Youtube content.
Besides this I have a Mediabox which does all the TV-decoding and OnDemand material. (yet no 4k)
And finally an (obsolete) Bluray player BDP-S490 (no cinavia-hack unfortunately, couldn't find the source for that :-( )
I hope someone can give me some advise on how to make the best of this, for now and maybe the future (maybe another receiver again?).
Thanks in advance, and to everyone a happy new year!!