So I have a lovely Philips BDM4350UC that I use as my PC monitor. I also have a ChromeCast Ultra, that I use to cast Youtube/Netflix from my phone when I don't want to power up my desktop to watch some content. Last night, I discovered that the lack of HDCP 2.2 for the HDMI ports result in 4K content not being possible to playback. Doing some research into this, the one work around I've discovered is using a HDMI splitter between the device and the screen, which can sometimes advise that the screen is HDCP 2.2 compliant. I'm just confused with how this all works. Does the splitter essentially inject the compliance tags on the signal, so when the CC Ultra asks the monitor if it can handle it, it's replying that yes I have a valid HDCP 2.2 signal, you're ok to send me 4K? Or does it strip it out, such that the CC Ultra thinks it's sending it, and the monitor will just play it back? Here's some topics I've read. This one mentions that it'll strip out the HDCP tags: http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=39508&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight= This one mentions that it'll just broadcast the HDCP tags on the despite the source: https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidTV/comments/57gvf9/mi_box_4k_netflix/ Hence I'm not sure if what I'm reading is the same thing, and am not sure if what I'm reading is what I want to get achieved. One of the splitters mentioned a few times, looks to be very similar to a model I can get locally at Jaycar; so I was going to pick one up and give it a try. https://www.jaycar.com.au/2-way-hdmi-2-0-uhd-splitter/p/AC1766 Can anyone decypher what I'm on about and help out?