I just bought a new 50'' 4K UHD TV (RU7100) along with Red Dead Redemption 2 for my Xbox One S. I was really excited to see how awesome the graphics would look on the TV but after countless hours tweaking the settings and reading articles/watching videos on the best settings I've come to the conclusion that I need some help! haha I really like the vibrant, bright colors while playing RDR2 on the "dynamic" setting with the "game mode" set to "off" but I feel like the graphics are still a bit "flat". In "game mode" I know it helps with the the lag time but it significantly takes away from the HDR vibrant colors. I've turned off game mode, all the eco system settings, and as stated earlier I've tweaked and tried all the different settings on the tv and my xbox. I'm just underwhelmed when it comes to the details and sharpness of the graphics. I can post a picture if that helps anyone. Is there a special cord I'm missing? Or some hidden setting? Below I'll list out what I'm currently running. Please let me know if there's anything I didn't mention or offer any advice you may have! TV Settings My two favorite picture modes are "dynamic'' and "movie" Ambient Light - Turned off Motion Lighting - Turned off Auto Motion Plus - Turned off Digital Clean View - Turned on Contrast Enhancer - Turned to low or high Game Mode - Turned off Picture Size - 16:9 Standard Xbox One Settings Screen Resolution - 4K UHD Allow 50Hz - Turned on Allow 24Hz - Turned on Allow YCC 4:2:2 - Turned on Video Fidelity - Auto Detect Color Depth - 36 bits per pixel (12- bit )
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I'm on the market for a new running watch. I've been using the same Garmin Forerunner for about 10 years now. I'm very interested in the Galaxy Active. I love the design, I love the features, I honestly love everything about it. However, there is one thing that has stopped me from purchasing the watch, and thats the heart rate sensor. The wrist heart rate monitor is great for daily monitoring, and sleep patterns, but its less than ideal for my ultramarathon training. I've always used a heart rate monitor chest strap and I don't see myself ever steering away from that and soley using the wrist heart rate function. After watching some reviews on the watch it seems that you can't connect a heart rate chest strap via bluetooth or any other app. Is this true? Has anyone tried? If this is the case I hate to say it but I'll have to look elsewhere for a watch. I'm hoping I'm wrong because as I stated above I reallllyyyy like this watch. If this watch doesnt have that ability has anyone heard about the Active 2 and if that will have the ability?
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