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Samsung TVs Bug makes 4K / 120Hz with HDR from PS5 impossible

Samsung TVs Bug make unable to control the connection 4K / 120Hz with HDR images from PlayStation 5. The cause of problem is unclear yet.
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Samsung TVs Bug: Lately there have been quite a few compatibility issues between different devices that have HDMI 2.1. Earlier it was the turn of televisions from LG and receivers from Denon and Marantz, among others. This week it is Samsung televisions that seem unable to handle 4K/120 + HDR images from the PlayStation 5.

Samsung TVs Bug effect connection with PS 5

Several PlayStation 5 owners leave through forums and opposite Forbes know that they cannot display a 4K120 signal with HDR on a high-end Samsung television from 2020. None of the top models of the Korean manufacturer, all of which have HDMI 2.1 ports, can display images in 4K resolution with 120, according to users. frames per second and display HDR. Which is strange since these televisions support this and can also display the same signal when it is sent by an Xbox Series X. On the other hand, a 4K / 120 signal with HDR from the PlayStation 5 can be shown on an LG television with HDMI 2.1.

It is as yet unclear exactly where the problem lies. This can be related to both the console and the television. Until a fix is ​​found and rolled out, users of the PS5 with a Samsung television have to make do with a 4K60 signal with HDR or a 4K120 signal without HDR.

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