Actually my understanding is just the opposite .
It is BD players manufactured sometime in 2012 & after that have the Cinavia protection.
If the disc you are trying to copy has Cinavia the softwares you are using will not remove it .
If you have AnyDVD HD & the correct media player you can play the disc on your computer . The original BD disc should play fine on your standalone.
So far CloneBD only does a "fair" job of removing Cinavia. It needs AnyDVD HD to do that.
There is another software that is posted about on the forum . Some members recommend it. I haven't tried it & don't plan to. So I won't post it.
I don't know if this would work or if you would be satisfied with the results if it does. I actually don't believe it would be this simple.
Play the BD disc one of the media players that AnyDVD HD "removes" the Cinavia when played on a computer . Use a screen capture software to make a backup copy.
The other alternative is to create a .mkv file with MakeMKV.
This is supposed to work. Whether your standalone or TV will play a .mkv depends on the codecs it has. I also haven't tried this but maybe if you don't mind a second encode you could convert to BD or DVD with the .mkv file. That might not have the Cinavia removed . I don't know.