Yeah it's somewhat rare and a bit annoying but they do that to keep the costs down.signore wrote: ↑Oct 30th, 2017 8:06 pmThank you, appreciate all the insight! Is that fairly standard that these TVs only have one 4K output? It's not necessarily the end of the world - realistically I'd be using Xbox One X 90% of the time... but still a bit annoying especially if the ports are difficult to access.
I have my Xbox one s into that hdmi port which will upgrade to an X at some point. I have a 4k cable box but I plug it in through my Xbox and unplug it when a 4k program comes in which is pretty rare atm. I'd prefer to do this anyways cuz I like the cable integration through xbox. Other then that unless you plan to upgrade to ps4 pro you probably won't need any other hdmi 2.0 ports. But there is solutions you can get a cheap hdmi switch or if you have a home theatre you'll probably want to upgrade to a 4k reciever anyways which will just pass through the video signal.