As the one of the few people around here who've bought one of these cheaper Korean displays perhaps I should be answering this question BUT I currently have a 27" crossover (4K) and these monitors caught my eye, they are 40" and supposedly support free sync too. These are LG IPS panels, yadda yadda yadda. So any of you have one?
Engadget broke the story but subsequently took down the article.
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I have come to a conclusion that there is a serious issue with the way HDR is handled on the Xbox One. I have always complained that there has been a dimming issue with my KS8000 and Xbox One S. But I just used sort of a work around by messing with the settings but still never felt satisfied with the final results. Well I decided to finally see if it was just me not understanding how HDR works so I used my built in Netflix app and compared the picture to the through the Xbox One Netflix app. And boy is there a difference in HDR quality.
The colors through the tv app just "pop" more. The contrast between the whites and the blacks are exactly what you expect when you pictured HDR in your head. Why does the Xbox One give the image a slight tint of gray or "dim" effect with HDR content? It's not just Netflix but with games also. It's missing that "pop". I have googled up and down the internet as much info I can find about it the issue And for the people who get the dimming effect there have been no real solutions. MS has yet to comment on any if it. It just makes me sad as i have a pretty bad ass TV and games that are HDR compatible but I'm stuck with this annoying issue. I want to enjoy HDR. I want to enjoy the colors! I'll post pictures that I took to show case what I mean. The difference in the pictures are much more noticeable in person but there is still evidence if a difference. Anyone else have this problem with their Xbox?
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