Originally Posted by Lonewolf7002
I find if the TV seems a bit sluggish (like after firmware updates, or if apps crash) then doing a soft reset of the TV usually helps. Hold down the power button until you see the SUHD logo come up. I find once the TV is ready to go, I let it sit for a couple minutes and then it's nice and snappy again.
Originally Posted by jconjason
Welcome. Please read the first post and the included PDF in the first post.
Originally Posted by gp-se
I would highly suggest using these settings, but give your eyes a few days to adjust, try them for at least a week. Leave the white balance at default because you cannot adjust then without using equipment, and every panel is different so copying settings could make things look worse!
Thanks for the replies and warm welcome everyone :) Especially gp-se, your detailed reply is much appreciated. I will try those TV and PS4 settings soon, I will update to 1180 via USB and reset White Balance values to default and try Color Space on Auto. Is there a link for the 1180 firmware update or any other good firmwares?
Reading the PDF again it's actually crossed off some of my questions and as well as your replies. However, I still have some questions remaining:
If I am to play Blu-rays or use the Netflix App on the PS4 (I only have the non-4KHDR Netflix and non-4KHDR standard Blu-Rays), do I need to manually change the TVs settings to 'Movie' and disable Game Mode, or will the TV automatically do this itself?
I am still unsure about my Soundbar-HDMIARC setup. Should I leave the YAS-106 connected via Optical to the OCB or go for a HDMIARC setup? Maybe there's a better setup I'm not aware of as well... I will buy any equipment needed if need be.
Once again, thanks everyone for the welcome! :)