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Topic: Help with settings from a new (secondhand lol) 4K Tv and PS4 Pro.

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AFCC

Hey bros.
So basically I ended up getting the PS4 Pro (the spiderman one) cause I loved the look of it.
To accompany it I traded my old PS4 for a 4k tv!
The model of my Samsung tv is: UE43KU6000K .
I'm wondering if someone has a similar one and can help me get the best settings (brightness, sharpness those kinds of stuff) to achieve the best quality image possible!
Also, in the PS4 Pro there are two 2160 or wtv resolutions, I'm currently playing on the automatic one but if you think one looks better do let me know
Thank you guys!

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AFCC

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NecuVise

Find your TV at rtings.com if possible and see how you should calibrate it, if not there then on avforums. Simply copying somebody else's settings just because they have a Samsung TV is not going to work. Each individual unit is different and needs different settings not to mention comparing two different series. Just because both have Samsung written on them doesn't mean that they are the same and that they should be calibrated the same.

NecuVise

AFCC

@NecuVise I actually tried that site but it didn't seem like they had my model and the ending result for a similar model was a little bit underwhelming!

@MadAussieBloke thanks I'll try it later in the day! My tv doesn't have the LED option I think! The gaming mode seems to be a bit on the brownish or something, it's like HDR is not working, but maybe I didn't set it up properly

AFCC

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Kidfried

@MadAussieBloke @AFCC Can't speak for every Samsung TV, but I found that on some (even my own) Game Mode doesn't improve overall experience. Often it reduces image quality, but I believe this can differ per model.

I think there often is a setting called Motion Plus or something on most Samsung tv's, you should definitely turn that off.

And you can probably name the type of channel to which you connect the PS4. If this is multiple choice, preferably choose PC.

Basically you want no post-processing at all and as less delay as possible.

I agree with pretty much @MadAussieBloke advice, though I wouldn't put temperature to warm, but rather the neutral setting.

Kidfried

AFCC

@Kidfried I wish you could just plug the console and it would automatically pick the best settings

AFCC

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NecuVise

@AFCC it looks brownish because we are accustomed to blue hues we get from phones and TVs in general, and these blue hues are not natural. Give it some time, don't change it and it will become normal. That's the way it should be, believe it or not.

NecuVise

Kidfried

@AFCC Having looked into it again, I'm now agreeing with @MadAussieBloke and @NecuVise on the color temperature. Warm temperature is probably the better setting, so I changed it on mine as well.

Thanks all.

Kidfried

Kidfried

@AFCC You don't have to do anything, and it depends on the lighting in your own room, and your own preference of course, as well. It won't affect your performance or conflict with PlayStation's color output, so you're probably fine.

Kidfried

NecuVise

@AFCC it's all about your enjoyment, so if you don't enjoy warm setting then don't use it. But don't give up on it right now, give it some time, two weeks, a month and if you still don't like it then feel free to use whatever you like as it's all about you and your enjoyment. I also don't enjoy it at first but stuck with it and now it's fine.

NecuVise

AFCC

@Kidfried damn I look at stuff with "warm" and it looks like it's got more yellow than usual xD

@NecuVise I'll try some SpiderMan with "warm"!

@MadAussieBloke those gifs are hilarious lol

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