Originally Posted by TrendSetterX
Originally posted from mobile and thought I was pasting the link to the specific post. Regardless, as someone who works with professional installers, it's taken as a best practice by many in the industry to keep needy inputs closer to the output (and these are folks going for highest quality and fewest return service calls in order to save margin). Anecdotal, perhaps, but we live in a world where HDCP will fail if there isn't enough noise in the signal, so I will live and die by best practices whether a manufacturer specifically calls for them or not (or calls for the opposite).
Ok, I get it. There is no evidence, just hearsay.
1) JVC DLA-NX7 & Sony 65Z9D, Yamaha CX-A5200, Outlaw Audio 7900 & 7700, UDP-203, DP-UB9000, UBP-X800M2, Roku Ultra
2) Sony 75Z9D, Yamaha RX-A3080, 2xOutlaw Audio 2200s, UDP-203, UBP-X800M2, Roku Ultra
3) Sony 75X940E, Yamaha RX-A2080, UDP-203, UBP-X800M2, Roku Ultra