Hey folks, it's been a while, I hope all of you are well. \n\nHave what I think, is a quick easy question, but I want to make sure that I'm with the consensus as this particular issue is new to me. Typically I'd do more of my own research but for now I'll ask first then read more later. \n\nSo on Prime Day today, I log in to find my LG CX is on sale $400 off. Had decided this was the TV for me to buy, but I wasn't thinking I'd get a shot until at least Black Friday, so it caught me off guard, but it went in the cart and my finger selected "Complete Order" almost of its own will.! \n\nI also have the Marantz 6013, and my Bluray is the Panasonic DB-UB820. \n\nSo, my UB820 has 2 HDMI out. - One for Video, and the other obviously for Audio. This is new to me as my last BRP was maybe 15 years old.\n\nCurrently, it's HDMI from UB820 thru the 6013 to the TV HDMI in. \n\nBut with the new CX arriving, my question is pretty simple. * Is it worth the double HDMI out on the Bluray? - Sending the Audio to the AVR and the Video direct to the TV..? *\n\nAnd if so, briefly why if you don't mind filling me in. I mean aside from the obvious I guess. \n\nI am pretty certain I have the newest, proper HDMI, and I know that my AVR, while not that old, does have certain limitations. But now with the new TV my "Big 3" are now complete and proper so I want to get as much as I can from all the connections available. \n\nThanks in advance to everyone \/anyone replying..!