Originally Posted by Matt Simmons
I have the 55" ... The bottom of the TV is bulkier than the top, so I don't have as much room to fit the brick down there. The mount to TV gap is 3/4" from the wall, so if I did put it against the lower left, it would lean on it, and tip the bottom of the TV up away from the wall, sort of askew. I could add mounting spacers and pull the TV form the wall more, but the idea of the mount was to get it as close to the wall as possible :/
Since you have yours mounted to the top center of your TV, at the sloping section, it leads me to think that me putting it in the UPPER left, would be OK. With all this added info, do you still think I'm good?
You should be good. Mine has been on the top center with plenty of room for a year. 55" or 65" that part of the TV is going to be the same in terms of design and space.
Originally Posted by Gaslitnation
I've been able to resolve this issues. After systematically trouble shooting I figured out that it's been happening mostly when I power off while I'm in a streaming app such as Netflix and/or Amazon. While we 'power off' the TV, much like a computer, the TV does not shut down but goes into a sleep mode. Using a sniffer app on my network it seems that the TV keeps the IP address of when I shut it down. However while my all my devices use DHCP another device would see, from the router, that this IP addy was available and the router would give that device the next IP addy that is open, i.e., the one the TV was using. Then when trying to turn on the TV a conflict would create. Remember, the TV is not turned on but in sleep mode. Somehow the conflict would not allow the TV to completely power on.
I've assigned the TV a static IP address and have not had the problem sense.
This is the case no matter if the TV is hard wired or wireless.
Curious, what router are you using?
Interesting discovery. As it turns out, I might have been streaming something on an app that is only available on Android, since I usually use my Apple TV. I haven't tried using that built-in app for a while and have had no problems. If keep an eye on it. Thanks! Using an ATT router.
Originally Posted by ChristCutlass
I just got blown away on 4k hdr video game and 4k hdr xmen...its bright and gorgeous. But like every tv i get from best buy its crap, shutting down and red blinking error codes. 2nd bad tv in a month.
Have you tried a factory reset? That seemed to fix the blinking red light for me, when I first had the TV.
Originally Posted by vikes88
Can someone help with a streaming HDR question.
When I stream Stranger things via Netflix on a Roku Ultra I can’t get the HDR to work.
I push display and it shows the resolution, Dolby Digital, and HDMI mode full but no reference to HDR. Also, the picture looks the same between the hdr modes off and hdr10.
I’m on HDMI 2, I have them set to enhanced, and the the Roku auto detects 4K 60fps hdr available in the setup.
The Display button on the remote doesn't show HDR status. You have to use the Action button and open Picture Adjustment Settings. It will be in the top right of the menu.