You probably have it, but I'd double check what socketman said above as to the input. Also make sure you have the right HDCP 2.2 input on the tv. Not every input is HDCP 2.2 on all tvs.
How do you know the netflix Marco is 4k? You should see the words 4k or ultra hd on the button. I would turn off everything. Then turn the tv on first. Then the XMC-1 then the blu ray player and try again.
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You might also check the firmware version on your TV to make sure you are at 03.10.19 or higher. It seems that particular set may have had some issues with HDCP 2.2 certification (handshake) that was fixed with that particular firmware update.
Also, whose cable are you using and how long is it...? Unless a cable comes with a "HDMI Premium Certified" label affixed to the packaging, we really have no way of knowing, for sure, whether a cable has been tested (and certified) and truly lives up to the manufacturer's claims.
HERE is an interesting read from Blue Jeans Cable on the subject of "Premium" cables.
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I seem to recall reading something over at AVS Forum in the Samsung KS thread about something similar. Maybe if the OP cant resolve this he could head over there and have a look around in the threads pertaining to his specific equipment . I am not saying its not the XMC just that it is unlikely.
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Thanks everyone. I finally had a chance to test this out and the particular issue I had was that I needed to use the HDMI 2 out. My manual still mentions that all ports are still 1.4b and that HDMI Out 1 is ARC and CEC. I must have an old version which was provided with my HDMI 2.0 delivered XMC-1
By 4K content, I was looking for pure resolution. Both the 4K movie and streaming services (Netflix, Vudu), play at 3840x2160P/24. I was trying to get a 60FPS movie, just to see if the system could support it, but haven't found a title yet. Most searches result in 24fps for me, stating 24 or 30 is what most films have been recorded at.
As far as UHD or HDR yet, I have enabled the UHD option on the TV, but have not contrasted with/without while playing from my UHD blue ray. Likewise, I have not attached the blue ray player to the TV to observe HDR differences yet (I'm hoping for the emotive support to come out soon)....
Hello, yes, I was asking about the XMC-1. My HDR comment / limitation is that the XMC-1 supports HDMI 2.0 and not 2.0a yet. Hence, getting HDR to work, going through the XMC-1, is going to have to wait. I have alternatives, such as using the 2 hdmi outputs from the blue ray player/streamer to route directly to the TV for video and the XMC-1 separately for the sound....