GT's suggestion of incompatibility between DHCP standards "feels like" the answer (I would expect the new version to be backwards compatible, but if it was there would be no market for a converter).So it still feels to me that the HDCP converter should be the solution?
I don't see as that should matter, but if you put the 4K cable between the converter and the telly you should be covered. Have you got the converter plugged in the right way around (if there is a right way around)?One possibility is one of the HDMI cables (I only have one that I know for sure is meant to be 4K capable).
which probably won't be seen?!, as this has become a two person discussion, I'll leave you to have the last word as usual
I had been contemplating a QE65Q70R, but since it is the same generation, it sounds like it might not be a good idea, especially with 2 HDR-Fox-T2s to connect.I’ve upgraded my TV to a 4K Samsung QE43Q60R, and after connecting my Fox T2 I get a green screen.
Our previous TV, Panasonic, did that a few times a year, though just putting the T2 to standby and back after recording finished was enough to fix it. Touch wood the Sony has been OK so far.my last LG hd tv used to do that green screen sometimes and drove me nuts. I could not get rid of it until the program the t2 was recording finished and I did rocker button off on. my two 4k lg tv since have not had the green screen thing.