Is your PS4 using the full potential of your TV?

Issues with the way your PS4 connects to your TV might mean that you're not getting the full benefit of your telly's colour range. While not all makes and models are going to have issues, it seems that you might not be getting the full graphical potential. Thankfully there's a simple fix that'll sort the problem in seconds.

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poor_cus_of_games1454d ago (Edited 1454d ago )

Yes finally a article about this. I am sick and tired of having to explain to people that the ps4 colours are not washed out, you just need to change your RGB settings to full. Makes a big difference and them blacks are really deep. Best game to try out the better blacks set up is outlast. Worst game is battlefield 4 because inside dark buildings you really need that light attachment. Other players can really get the jump on you lol.

NiteX1454d ago

It was the same on PS3.

C-H-E-F1454d ago

Yeah until the update where you can set your TV settings from the playstation... which I hope Sony adds in because jumping from tv to tv and changing my settings is not whats up sometimes... hence why I juss remote play 80% of my games now when the situation occurs.

AndrewLB1454d ago

To answer the article's title...

No, the PS4 can't use the full potential of most HDTV's.

FullmetalRoyale1454d ago

I know you are trolling. But you DO know that wasn't the question, correct? We deserve a better troll.

Baccra171454d ago

Technically he's right. When you can play your own video files off hd or flash drive on a PS4 because it has video codec support- then you can make the claim it uses tv to the fullest.

FullmetalRoyale1454d ago


He is not correct, because that was not the question. Though your effort was significantly better than his. Not too shabby.

UltraNova1453d ago


Did you or anyone you know buy a console to exploit your TV's full range of capabilities?

I don't thing so. We have PCs for that dude...

Some people...

johndoe112111454d ago

To answer your question.....

Yes, 1080p is a higher resolution than 720p........wait.......Sorry, I thought we were just answering random questions that NO ONE ASKED!!

mcarsehat1454d ago

Done it, makes a difference. Nice and colourful, just seen a bright blue coat on watch dogs and the colours shocked me a bit.

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