Replacing a Wired Speaker Set Up

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  1. Nelsonpk

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    I am replacing my 7.1 infinity Oreus setup with a sound bar due to refurbing the lounge.
    I have been looking around and 3 come to mind Yamaha ysp 5600 the Samsung n950 (not sure seems to be a lot of negative feedback on support and the like).
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    If anyone wants to bid on a cheap system in great nick give me a pm it needs to be picked up way to heavy!!
     
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    The Yamaha is brilliant, paired with a good subwoofer there isn't a lot not to like to be honest.
     
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    Do you think its getting a bit long in the tooth?
    One of the things I noticed on both is the shortage of Hdmi 2.2, i want to connect sky Q up amazon fire and maybe apple tv.
     
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    I think you may be confusing HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0?

    The Yamaha has full 4K HDCP 2.2 support and is fully compatible with your list of kit.
     
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    Oh ok, not up on this sort of thing.
    I’ve still got my Pioneer 5090 at the moment but at some point when it packs up I will get a 4K tv so as long as I can hook up my devices and get 4K with all the sound formats when I do this will be adequate?
     

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