Hi all! I currently have a Pioneer SC-LX77 amp and although it’s working fine I’m wondering if to change it to something that will accept 4K HDR, HLG etc and give me Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. My sources are as follows: Sky Q 2TB Sony UBPX800 Apple TV3 Surface Pro 2 via HDMI Sometimes I may bring in the Xbox One X. My budget isn’t huge but the amp will need to have HDCP2.2 and HDMI 2.0 at least, the more the better. I’ve been to Sevenoaks and one of the suggestions were the Sony STR-DN1080 at £498 as that would marry up CEC wise with my new Sony KD55XE8596 4K TV and hopefully stop the errors with handshake etc. It has been suggested that maybe I use an optical cable from the TV to the amp and feed the 4K items to the TV separately, trouble is with that is I have other items in my amp like Apple TV and a Surface Pro for BTSport app. I have been offered a Denon X4200 which appears to tick the boxes but I’m not sure of any further firmware updates as it’s already 2 years old, approx cost £500 Then there’s the Denon X2400 available new for £399 but it’s lacking on HDMI outputs but again my concern with outputs is that my TV is 4K but my projector and my bedroom TV are 720p and 1080p and currently hooked up to the Pioneer and the bedroom TV is on HDZone I will be selling the Pioneer to offset some of the cost of the change. My speakers are Monitor Audio, BX5 and BX centre with Mordant Short Bi-polar rears. Atmos speakers yet to be decided on. Thanks in advance.