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Kailem Jones

4k 50hz devices displaying WASHED OUT COLOURS

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After the latest 05.80.15 software update for my LG OLED55E7T (Australian model)...

Any device I plug in via HDMI 2.0 that is 4K (2160p) 50hz gets washed out colours. 

I have a set top box that is 4k 50hz and is getting washed out colours. I have an APPLE TV that when I set it to 4k 50hz it gets washed out colours. 

HDMI true deep colour is turned on. 

*Interesting note, when I set my set top box to 1080i/1080p mode, the colours are normal and vibrant. 

I believe this has something to do with the BT.2020 colour space compatibility. Before the software update everything was working fine. 

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I’m in the same situation. When LG will fix this crap? 4000,00 € to watch washed up colors and orange instead of red? Now i’m watching tv in Pc mode but the quality is not the best possible due to the limited bandwidth via HDMI. I’m verydisappointed. 

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