For anyone interested in the HDCP issues I've expressed concerns with when running the Samsung K8500 UHD Blu-Ray Player through my Denon x2200w AVR and out to an HDR TV I have some new information. It would appear that the only movies that give any sort of HDCP handshake issues are Warner Brothers titles. I currently own The Martian, The Peanuts Movie, Hitman Agent 47, Kingsman from fox. Chappie and The Amazing Spiderman 2 from Sony, Enders Game and Sicario from Lionsgate, and Mad Max, San Andreas, and The Lego Movie from Warner. Only the warner titles display any HDCP error at the menu (and even then not each time) and/or display a black screen randomly during the movie or have some skipping. The black screen and skipping happens completely randomly and after a couple of times it will not do it again. In Mad Max it gave me a couple skips and 2 black screens in the first 45minutes. Then for the rest of the movie it never displayed any issue whatsoever. The same happens in San Andreas and The Lego Movie. None of the other titles I own from other studios have any errors or problems whatsoever.
So it would seem to be a problem with the way Warner is manufacturing the discs or encoding the video than anything wrong with the hardware or firmware in either the player or AVR. When I run the video directly to the TV I get no errors whatsoever, but since only Warner titles exhibit any issues I am not going to blame the AVR for the problems.
LG 65" B7A OLED, Samsung 55" JS9000, Sony 43" x800e, Denon AVR-X2200w 5.1.2, PS4 Pro, Nintendo Switch, Gaming PC(GTX 1080ti + 4.7Ghz 8700k), Sony UBP-x800, Philips BDP-7501, Oppo BDP-203, Nvidia Shield TV
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