Originally Posted by kikkenit2
For the best help post in the official denon x2200 thread *** Are you using one hdmi cable
routing both audio and video into receiver with video then from receiver to 4k tv? If so the
video may be contributing to the audio cutouts. Not sure how to verify this.
I have read that 4k at full blast 60hz with 4:4:4 may cause this. So how are you routing the video and
what are the maximum video settings that computer is outputting. Matrixing (splitting) the video
and bypassing the receiver with video may work best. Are you pushing many channel lossless surround?
If not digital audio might be a suitable option.
I've been through that post. It did help me in the past when I needed to do a full HDCP reset after buying a new cable.
I do video and audio through HDMI to the receiver yes, then video to the TV.
My videocard can't to 4K 60hz (or, I can if I buy the DP1.2 to HDMI 2.0 dongle), so I run at 2160p30 YCbCr 4:4:4
When watching videos I'm doing 5.1 lossless surround yes, for games it's just PCM 5.1 I guess.
What it kinda looks like to me now is that the problem is TV <-> AVR connection is full HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, 2160p60 4:4:4. And also dual (I use both the HDMI outs on the AVR). While PC <-> AVR is only HDMI 1.4, HDCP 2.1 (I think), 2160p30 4:4:4 and this causes some issue.
I noticed that switching on and off HDMI UHD Color on my TV would cause a re-handshake, and if I turned it off, I got issue with video also dropping out from time to time. I had this issue before when I bought a new cable, which needed a full HDCP reset.
Any suggestions for matrixing the signal? I'd rather not do it, since the point of an AVR is to have everything connected there so I don't have to bother with TV source (except for switching to the source with game mode on when needed).
(Oh lol, can't even quote posts with URL's when below 5 in post count)