PS4 Pro Latest News & Update: Sony's Newest Console Now Offered With A 55" 4K HDR TV In Best Buy, But Not Working With Some TV Models

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 14, 2016 11:52 AM EST
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When the PlayStation 4 Pro was released, retailer giant Best Buy made its selling tactics. The store is now selling a Sony 55'' 2160p 4K Smart TV with HDR on the PS4 Pro for $1000.

However, Best Buy still offers the PS4 Pro for buyers who decide to purchase the console alone, but it will cost $400. The Sony 4K Smart TV will cost $900 if sold separately.

The PlayStation PS4 Pro is one of the most awaited and much debated consoles. After the release of PS4 Pro, there are rumors that the game is slower than it is supposed to be. The regular PS4 is working better than the new console according to Gamestop.

The issue of PS4 pro is spreading on gaming forums and all over the social media. The fact that gamers are expecting high about this console but it doesn't work as expected.

The PS4 Pro's best feature is the 4K HDR pictures. However, some owners are experiencing a blank screen every time they start. There are also some reports that the PS4 Pro is not compatible on some televisions.

The problem with the PS4 Pro unfortunately limits users to using 2K HDR signals instead of 4K, as reported by Forbes. The incompatibility is seen on TV models like LG, Sony, Samsung, Vizio and Philips. But, there are instances when PS4 Pro was connected on the same TV model and it works on the other one but not on the other.

King Gobbo, an online support representative at Sony, said that they are aware of the issues and assures everyone that a fix will come soon.

Meanwhile, PS4 Pro owners can play in safe mode.  The digital rights management setting should be on HDCP 2.2 to 1.4. Owners must contact the manufacturers of their TV's in order to be assisted by compatibility limitations. 

 

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