It's a 2013 model so not sure if it would support HDCP 2.2 but with not having a 4k TV or material then it would probably be best setting it to 1080p anyway. Need to upgrade the TV and receiver in a few years anyway ready for the Playstation 5.
let you get around problems like having a pre HDCP2.2 amp, you put this unit on the output of the Virgin, 1 output goes to your new 4K tv, the other output will not only scale down to 1080P if you need it also makes the HDCP backwards compatible.
If you have a 4K TV that is pre HDCP2.2 you can use the CYP XA-HDCP which basically goes between the virgin box and your TV, this will make the HDCP backwards compatible as well.
My TV, a 4k Samsung 55UE8500 has HDCP 2.2 and my amp, an Onkyo TX-NR555 also supports HDCP 2.2 - was working just fine until the latest v6 firmware update. At which point I lost video, only had audio. Only way I could get it back was by connecting the v6 into a non-HDCP2.2 HDMI input on my amp. Prior to this it was working fine since December.
Cant help thinking VM have broken something with the latest update. Or I was lucky for a few months?!?!?