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I just purchased a new Apple TV 4K and have it plugged in to HDMI 1 on the HD Wireless hub. While 4K connectivity works, I'm not able to pass an HDR signal through the hub to the TV. If I plug my Apple TV directly in to my LG TV it works fine. I did a little digging, and from what I'm seeing HDR requires HDMI 2.0a, but the specs on the RP-HUB1 only show it supporting HDMI 2.0. Am I missing anything, or is it true the hub will not pass through HDR content? Has anybody else run into this? If so, it seems like quite a limitation. Perhaps something that will be addressed in a firmware update?
Hey all - wife and I are moving cross country and, unfortunately, need to sell our almost brand new Sony flagship TV If you've read anything about this TV you know that it's the best of the best, some say including OLED (argument is out). My wife and I spent 6 months shopping, and even brought a different TV home before returning it for this one. We wanted a BIG TV with AMAZING DEEP BLACKS and GREAT UPSCALING. $3800 Firm - This was purchased via MagnoliaAV in San Jose, CA; we have the receipt - The TV is in 100%, excellent, brand new condition - Panel is perfect - Non-smoking, no kids, home and we take complete care of our gear *Local pickup only* - do not have original packaging for TV - it was too large to store (TV is in brand new condition). San Jose area, CA (Morgan Hill - 95037). ALSO INCLUDING FREE 50" Samsung Plasma (PN50C590) Links to TV: On Sony.com On BestBuy.com On Amazon.com