Question Sky Q with a 4K splitter?

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  1. 99P

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    Does anyone know of a 4K HDMI splitter that will definitely work with Sky Q? I want to split the signal to two 4K TV's.

    I've tried two splitters from Neet, one of which specifically said compatible with SKy Q, but they didn't work. They work fine for 1080p but not 4K.

    I now there are expensive £100+ solutions but I was hoping to do this for less.
     
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    Did you ever find a good splitter mate?

    I'm after a 1 in 2 out automatic splitter. Doesn't need to support 4K but my older splitter (which is 4K) won't work anymore. Apparently it's because the HDCP they implement on Q
     
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    Thanks mate, I’ve ordered on and will give it a go.

    My setup is long winded as what I want is the SKY Q going through the Xbox and then split to two rooms so I can also watch Blurays easily. It all used to work before on an old splitter but doesn’t work now even though I only want it all in 1080p
     
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    Got the splitter and it works an absolute treat. I have Q routed through the Xbox one S and then split to two TVs meaning I can also play games and watch movies without any issue.

    Phoned SKY and already cancelled multi screen. That's another £12 a month saved on my bill.
     
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    Don’t you loose UHD if you don’t have multi-screen?
    Oh ignore me, it was the OP who wanted 4K...
     

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