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    Firestick 4 K-poor picture

    Hi Guys
    Just recently I was brought a ****** Firestick 4k . I downloaded my IPTV to firestick , everything loaded ok . The problem that I am having is when I watch mainly football it is unwatchable the green of the pitch fades in and out. Close up pictures are perfect .I have contacted my supplier who as check and said there is no fault at their end. After several other adjustment I still not have a good picture.
    In the end I decided to put IPTV onto a old firestick and you wouldn't believe it works ok.
    My question is does anybody else use 4K Firestick with IPTV and it works .

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    4K works fine for me. Go into settings and Display. Try adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanjrm View Post
    Hi Guys
    Just recently I was brought a ****** Firestick 4k . I downloaded my IPTV to firestick , everything loaded ok . The problem that I am having is when I watch mainly football it is unwatchable the green of the pitch fades in and out. Close up pictures are perfect .I have contacted my supplier who as check and said there is no fault at their end. After several other adjustment I still not have a good picture.
    In the end I decided to put IPTV onto a old firestick and you wouldn't believe it works ok.
    My question is does anybody else use 4K Firestick with IPTV and it works .
    What internet download speed do you have - could be that affecting things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squiddo View Post
    4K works fine for me. Go into settings and Display. Try adjustments.
    Ditto. AOK here as well.

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    Change settings in display, theres adaptive or Hdr, HDR is for 4k tv

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    Quote Originally Posted by manic01 View Post
    Change settings in display, theres adaptive or Hdr, HDR is for 4k tv
    States 'Automatic (up to 4KUltra) in my 4K firestick settings - and also 'Always use HDR'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmroad View Post
    States 'Automatic (up to 4KUltra) in my 4K firestick settings - and also 'Always use HDR'.
    Yes I was simplifying the menu.

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