PlayStation 4 Pro was constantly a matter of debate about the performance or the image of the day when it exited, and it was coming out. We already shared a few of these with you. A similar difficulty appeared again, but this time it seems more important than the others. As it turns out, Sony has removed the possibility of 4K experience on TVs supporting HDMI 1.4 with the current version 4.05.
4K televisions are being handed over to more and more users thanks to various discounts made in and out of the country. One feature that every user does not know or does not notice is that the HDMI input on the TV is 2.0 or 1.4. In Eurogamer’s timely PlayStation 4 Pro analysis, we were told that with the console’s YUV240 mode, we could get 4K resolution and 60Hz results even on televisions with HDMI 1.4 inputs with low chrome values. It is not wrong, if you look at it, it was exactly true.
Many users have bought a 4K monitor or television with even lower prices, keeping the YUV240 mode in mind. PlayStation 4 Pro came out with the 3.70 version on the day it exited and continued to work on it for a period of time. After the update from 3.70, the YUV240 mode was suddenly disabled when the devices were switched to 4.05. In short, players with televisions with all HDMI 1.4 inputs after version 4.05 are forced to play PlayStation 4 Pro at 1080p resolution. What makes the situation even worse is that Sony has not issued a single word, warning, or statement about it. Of course, it is a very bad situation to make something impossible to do beforehand, unintentionally impossible. Satisfied with the console console sales, Sony brings a solution to this situation, or better yet, a solution.