I recently set up my TiVo Bolt+ and everything was great except for one program. NBA on FOX was coming in with horrible resolution (80s overused VHS tape kind of resolution). I have read they were showing that in 4K at 60FPS since 2017. All tuners work good, all channels work good, fox other than basketball works good. I am able to watch 4K movies through google and amazon through the tv apps. I have searched and read that my problem is almost 100% going to be my old HDMI cables. I have tried to figure out what the difference is, and which one I need. Samsung support was no help. This was posted in another thread: https://support.tivo.com/articles/Features_Use/4K-UHD-Resolution I have a: Samsung un55ju7500fxza tv, (2016 model 55" 4K UHD, 3D, 240hz refresh rate), that supports 4K @60FPS. It does not specifically say it supports HDMI 2.0 or HDCP 2.2. I currently have it connected to the tv (through its only HDMI port a, MINI HDMI port) from a splitter that came with the TV, then HDMI from the TIVO. I bought my TiVo used, and did not get a hdmi cable with it. I am seeing 60hz, 120hz listed on the cables as 4k at 60hz, and not sure if that's the refresh rate, or if that's another rate I need to consider. Can someone help me understand what HDMI/HDCP cable I need, or what settings it needs to have? Do I also need a new splitter that is going to be of higher quality? Thank you.