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Can i connect a hdmi(v2) device to a hdmi(v1.4) tv port ?

Yes, but you'll be limited to the feature set of HDMI 1.4.

 

In other words, you wont be able to get 4k resolution at anything above 30hz - so if this TV is 1080p you'll be fine. If it's 4k, you may be better off trying to hook it up using displayport, since then you should be able to get 4k60.

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Can i connect a hdmi(v2) device to a hdmi(v1.4) tv port ? 

i want to buy a android box with HDMI 2.0 but i'm not sure whether i'll support my tv with HDMI 1.4

 

 

 

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Yep, if it's 4K however your TV will only support that at 30Hz, as opposed to 60Hz.


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Yes, but you'll be limited to the feature set of HDMI 1.4.

 

In other words, you wont be able to get 4k resolution at anything above 30hz - so if this TV is 1080p you'll be fine. If it's 4k, you may be better off trying to hook it up using displayport, since then you should be able to get 4k60.

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