Originally Posted by Xiorath
hey man, I have a 55 inch version of this set. just got it along with a GTX 1080 the other day. Question, how did you get your picture modes and HDR+ / game mode re enabled? its grayed out for me
HDR + is not true HDR. It mimics HDR.
A show that has HDR will have a pop up when HDR is detected. You have it on game mode, then later on if Battlefield has HDR, once you start the game to play, "HDR is Detected" etc, without having to switch anything.
Originally Posted by mrtbahgs
Loving my new 65KS8000 so far, but it did give me some trouble with a few initial setup things.
One that might save others some trouble down the line and perhaps you too is that I couldn't get my PC to recognize it as a 4k display, the max resolution to pick was 1920x1080 and I tried multiple things to get it to work.
Finally after watching a few shows and at least enjoying the TV itself I thought to check if it was a setting or something with my receiver that was causing a pass-through issue.
It wasn't quite what I was expecting, but sure enough it was my receiver that was causing the issue.
The HDMI cable was hooked up to the PC slot of the receiver like it has been for years and I didn't need to touch any of it to swap out from my 1080p TV (or so I thought).
I came to realize though that the PC slot on my 3.5 year old receiver is NOT 4k capable, only like 4 of the 7 HDMI ports claim to be 4k.
So once I moved the cable over to the empty Game slot which is rated for 4k, the PC allowed me to finally select the TV's native resolution and I am now good to go!
Main thing is to make sure UHD HDMI is enabled on each HDMI slot of the One connect (Done Through the TV) and honestly, every HDMI on the Tube should be able to display 2160p, But you can go in the on screen menu of the TV and Change the "Type" of Component each HDMI is set at, Blu Ray Player, Game console, PC etc.