Originally Posted by Billy Williams
i actually have a normal 1080p device working in hdmi 5
i was surprised to find out that i can't get any 4k out of any other ports besides BD, HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 i believe those 3 are it.
Thanks for your reply! I was able to get things hooked up. I used the HDMI 6 port on the back, I decided I didn't want a cable sticking out of the front (HDMI 5). I got everything working except the Apple TV 4k, it is really picky and the Pioneer VSX-1130 won't work with Apple TV. I spent 2 to 3 hours on the phone, checking everything. Finally they said they would send a ticket to the engineers. I Apple TV works great video wise hooked directly to my Samsung KS8000. However the Samsung KS8000 optical output doesn't pass all the good audio like Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and so forth. I am now thinking of using a HDMI splitter 1x2, 1 for the Samsung KS8000 and the other for the Pioneer VSX-1130. I'm looking at the 2 below, does anyone have any knowledge of these or one that does work with the Apple TV 4k. Apple TV 4k is enough to drive me crazy. If they want to be so picky, they should have made it with 2 HDMI Outs.
Rocketfish™ - 2-Output HDMI Splitter with 4K and HDR Pass-Through - Black Model: RF-G1603
Gofanco Prophecy Intelligent 4K 60Hz HDR 1x2 HDMI 2.0 Splitter – YUV 4:4:4, 3D, HDMI 2.0a, HDCP 2.2, EDID, 18Gbps, Auto Scaling, Low Heat, Cascadable, Firmware Upgradable, 2 Port 1 in 2 Out