Q I recently upgraded my TV to an LG 65B7P OLED. My receiver is an older Pioneer model that I’m loathe to give up. I plan on using an Xbox console, either the One S or the forthcoming One X, as my 4K source. Here’s my problem: both Xbox versions provide only a single HDMI output. I know I could use the TV’s HDMI ARC port to route audio back to a receiver, but my Pioneer doesn’t support that feature. Another problem is that HDMI ARC doesn’t support the Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA lossless audio codecs. Which gets me to my question: Is there some kind of HDMI splitter I can buy that will let me route the Xbox’s output separately to the TV and AVR? —David Becker
By Al Griffin|
2017-08-24T14:24:52+00:00 August 24th, 2017|Categories: Sound + Vision|Comments Off on What HDMI Splitter Should I Use With an Xbox?