Hello all, Here is the thing: I have just replaced my old Xbox One Day One for the new Xbox One S so I can use it as both BD UHD player and gaming device. I also have a 4K HDR TV (LG OLED 65E6V) and, here comes the problem, a not so old AV Receiver with HDMI 1.4 (Pioneer SC LX56 K). So, in order to get the best audio & video signal, as far as I can see, I have the following options: 1) I hook the Xbox to the AV receiver with a HDMI cable: this way I can get the best audio tnat my receiver can bring (DTS HA Master audio & Dolby TrueHD, given that the 1.4 HDMI version is not compatible neither with Dolby Atmos nor with DTS X). Trouble here would the video signal. According to the AV receiver manual, I can pass through the 4K signal but I would miss the HDR (again, because of the old 1.4 HDMI version). 2) I can connect the Xbox to the TV with a HDMI cable: this way I can get the best video signal possible (4K+HDR), but regarding the audio I would have very serious limitations: either if I use the integrated soud bar of the TV or if I connect the Xbox to the AV receiver via optical cable, the best audio I could get is far from the HD codecs supported by my receiver. 3) I could use a good HDMI splitter compatible with 4K HDR video and HD audio codecs like this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B01KXCO4VU/ref=nosim/?tag=fdvd-uk-21 This way I can plug the Xbox to the splitter so I can get 2 HDMI outputs, one to connect with the TV (so I can have a 4K with HDR signal) and another one to the receiver (so I can get the best from it: DTS HA Master audio & Dolby TrueHD)... This seems to be the best option by far, but I have never used one of those HDMI splitters so I have 2 concerns: a) Do these devices alter the image quality in any way? I spent a lot of money on my TV and I would love to get very best from it. b) I assume that both HDMI outputs from the splitter carries both video and audio. If this is true, when I hook the Xbox to the TV and the AV receiver as per above stated, the sound will be reproduced from both the TV speakers and the home cinema speakers which would cause the whole thing sound horrible... am I saying something really stupid? Please, I would really apreciate any idea and/or advice. Thank you!! PS: pls apologize my poor English.