Finally got the UHD51 hooked to the ceiling mount. 4K from the PS4 looks good, haven't tested much though. I did reconnect and run through my reciever that's not 4K compatible, and it automatically changed to [email protected]
but the picture looked a bit off. I'm seeing sort of a border around texts on the PS4 home menu that I've never noticed on the w1070. Will have to play around with settings a bit more to see if it's fixable.
Also tested watching some football from my digital box at [email protected]
and I got artifacts around certain objects when the picture panned. Sort of like edge enhancement artifacts, lowering sharpness did help a bit, but I'm still not getting a very clear picture when there's panning, and you can see artifacts on the ball when it's flying in the air, as if there's a ghost copy before and after the ball.
Brightnesswise, it's much brighter than my W1070 when running in eco-mode, but that could very well be due to the lamp on the W1070 being over 4000 hours.
I've set the UHD51 to Eco mode on a few different presets, and lowered sharpness on one (for sports), other than that all settings are default out of the box so far.
Haven't noticed any RBE in my short time with it, but then again I never could see it with the W1070 either.
Regarding Gaming Lag, I did try playing some InFamous: Second Son on the PS4, 4K HDR, and I could definitely notice some input lag. tested the same game on 1080p and it worked fine, with pretty much the same input lag as the W1070 (not measured, just how it feels, so don't put too much stock into this). Will play around a bit more with 4K settings for gaming later.
If anyone has recommendations for settings they already use, please do provide them.
PC-connection, I haven't tested 4K from the PC yet, as I've got a 10m cable from the PC going to the reciever, and neither that cable or the reciever is 4K compatible, so that's going to have to wait for another time.