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If you have both a display AND a bluray player that is HDR & DolbyVision, but the receiver predates these, does the pass-through supply the entire signal or does it affect the HDR and DolvyVision?
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If you have both a display AND a bluray player that is HDR & DolbyVision, but the receiver predates these, does the pass-through supply the entire signal or does it affect the HDR and DolvyVision?
If your receiver does not passthrough HDR/DV, then if your player has dual HDMI outputs, one for video/audio and one for audio only, then send the video/audio HDMI to the TV and the audio HDMI to the receiver. Probably time to upgrade the receiver though.

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If your receiver does not passthrough HDR/DV, then if your player has dual HDMI outputs, one for video/audio and one for audio only, then send the video/audio HDMI to the TV and the audio HDMI to the receiver. Probably time to upgrade the receiver though.
So I got an 8k HDMI cable and tried. this and it definitely seeemed to enhance the picture. Thanks!
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