If you scroll down to the bottom where it compares the different cables it shows the specs and lists it as 18Gbit/s
Zeskit Maya is a proven cable that a lot of people around here trust. But if you want to stick with that brand for whatever reason, the cable furthest to the right is listed as 48Gbit/s
The reason many manufacturers get away with listing there cables as 4K120hz is because technically its possible but only with chroma subsampling (specifically 4:2:0)
I bought this and have it behind my desk so it just reached over the edge and my desk space is free. It hovers just over the back edge so I sit the perfect distance from it.
I use a standing desk with my 48 CX and the Ergotron HX. It is very sturdy when moving up and down.
I also bought this VESA adapter for use with it
Use something like this or any of the million similar devices and you're good to go.
This in white FITUEYES Iron Base Swivel Floor TV Stand with Mount Space Saving for TVs Up to 55” LCD LED OLED Plasma Flat Panel or Curved Screen Height Adjustable, FT-S1601MB https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08948MPPT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_CZ6TMB6DWFXZ4QR55TH8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Hit "in start", code 0413, go to OLED, disable TPC, hit "in start" again. Done.
Which OLED light setting do you use for desktop usage?
Make sure you get an "HDMI Ultra High Speed" certified cable, most issues are from that:
Cable Matters 3-Pack 48Gbps Ultra 8K HDMI Cable 2m with 8K 120Hz and HDR for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, RTX 3080 /RTX 3090, AMD RX 6800 /RX 6900, Apple TV and More - 2 Metres https://www.amazon.de/dp/B081NXV3ZR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_XJH0WX9YH2G1WWXGDBMK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
No idea why the labeling on UK amazon is so shit, but this appears to be from Zeskit.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Not sure if these are available in the UK but I got a 3 pack of these and I have been using them with multiple HDMI 2.1 devices since November: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B084RFQPSP/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1&pldnSite=1
Is "instant game response" turned on in the CX's settings?
Try setting the resolution to 1440p, 4:4:4, and 120hz. I had some issues with a 2.0 cable until I did that.
If you need a long 2.1 cable, I recommend the Ruipro fiber cable.
DDU your drivers and do a clean install. Check your cable, I had to try 3 different cables that were advertised as 2.1 cables and only 1 worked.
This is the cable that worked for me. Keep it at or under 10-15 ft. The longer cables will have issues unless they're expensive fiber optic.
I just wanted to let you know, I found a solution that (so far) is working for me. I started using DisplayFusion (perhaps other multi-monitor software would work as well). I set up three different monitor profiles:
Then I followed the steps found on this post that shows how to load a monitor profile on startup. I set it for my third profile with the LG CX disabled, and now I can turn my computer on without having to turn my LG CX on.
Also I can change monitor profiles using a drop down that I have set to a hotkey for easy switching. You can find how to do that here.
Maybe this solution will also work for you. Hope it helps!
I like it too. Works great for my set up. It’s super easy to put together and is sturdy. It doesn’t move around unnecessarily.
I use this since I have my TV set up in front of a window. I'm about 3' from my TV now and it feels much nicer than when I had it on my desk.
I ordered this for mine. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GFRP5HT/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Still haven't received it yet but Ive read good reviews from owners of the cx 48
Since this is a TV and not a monitor, I went with a wall mount. Got this mount and centered it on the wall behind my desk. Works great and don't have to fiddle with aligning it or anything.
That cable won’t work. The longest certified cable is 15 feet.
You’ll need this:
RUIPRO 8K HDMI Fiber Optic Cable 33ft HDMI 2.1 48Gbps [email protected] [email protected] Dynamic HDR/eARC/HDCP 2.2 / 3D Slim Flexible Suitable for LG Samsung TCL Sony RTX 3080 3090 Xbox Series X PS5 PS4 Roku (10m) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081SQXPWB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_1GH86M8W3CJTCZZYHQ57
I currently have a beanbag "chair" for gaming but really want something a bit higher (as I'm 6'4"), and preferably with armrests.... after seeing your photo I looked on Amazon and saw this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08K3PK65Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_E7XD1Y698AR6D6VCZ8GS
It looks great but want to make sure they are durable and comfortable.
Yea, don't go with the $130 one linked, that's a waste of money. Club3D has HDMI certified cables for 48Gpbs and the 9' one is $25.
I picked mine up here and have had 0 issues at 4k HDR @ 120FPS.
If you need longer than Zeskit's 10ft, I've been using 4x of these at 15ft from FSU. I have the CX 65" and my inputs are as follows: HDMI 1-Xfinity cable box, HDMI 2-JBL 9.1 soundbar eARC, HDMI 3-PS5, and HDMI 4-Xbox Series X.
My soundbar has passthrough, so I have an HDMI switch connected to: Switch, PS3, and N64. I have not once had any blackouts or anything, so these cables are pretty good for being 15ft long, good luck comrade!
Amazon.com: FSU 8K HDMI 2.1 Cable 15FT, 48Gbps High Speed HDMI Cord, [email protected] Ultra HD, [email protected], 144Hz eARC HDR10 4:4:4 HDCP 2.2&2.3, Compatible Laptop/Projector/Monitor/Fire TV Playstation 5/PS4/Xbox One: Industrial & Scientific
LG OLED55BX6LB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08CNMRSJY/ref=cm_sw_r_fm_apa_glt_fabc_K4DGN5TY9YM46CPWSFHJ
I bought it.. fuck it.
You're right about the cable being the issue, I got this one and it worked flawlessly so far. https://www.amazon.com/48Gbps-Compatible-Netflix-Playstation-Samsung/dp/B07S1CGQ9Z/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ultra+high+speed+hdmi+cable+2.1&qid=1617133353&sprefix=ultra+h&sr=8-3
Edit: the same brand also manufacture smaller and longer versions of the same cable if needed.
Have you try and disable live plus? Also I'm using zeskit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S1CGQ9Z/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_fFIeGbWH7KTNX?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 and its working fine i have lg c9 with rgb, full 12bit 4k [email protected]
Probably the most basic part of the setup haha:
I've always had my monitors as low as possible. My previous screen was a 32-inch 4K monitor and I had it all the way down. I find my eyes being in line with 75% of the height of the screen is quite comfortable. I couldn't get the CX any lower as that would require me lowering my desk and my arms wouldn't rest comfortably anymore. So now my eyes are about 60% to the height of the CX.
I used this mount: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YWWXFL1
putting aside the software/firmware related issues. i use this cable with my CX48 and MSI Ventus 3090 which has worked perfect.
Check this out. Fits the CX 48 and 55 stand perfectly.
Large Dual Monitor Stand for Computer Screens - Solid Bamboo Riser Supports The Heaviest Monitors, Printers, Laptops or TVs - Perfect Shelf Organizer for Office Desk Accessories & TV Stands (Natural)
This ^^ This
What you describe u/GoochyGoochyGoo is cable - cable only. There are good cables, even cheap good cables.
But: its the cable. Almost 100%. And I have several connected and tried many cables.
Those are the last ones, which work pretty fine for me:
Still in worst case get 3, take the ones that work and return the rest. Or try and error. But dont invest time, when its the cable.
I have one like this
I’m currently using this with my CX48. It’s height adjustable, but you have to manually move the tv. I bought it because the base is very sturdy. Fitueyes Universal TV Stand /Base... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018I1XTFU?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I don't think you will find something reliable under 70€, usually those are up to 27" screens
For the C1 you will probably need to aim for something like this
Sorry to bother you about an older post, but I was curious if this arm was basically the same as the Ergotron HX, and if it could be similarly used for the PG42UQ.
This arm will handle your 42" just fine. I think my 48" is around 33 lbs and I was concerned but it handles it easily.
I went with these to adapt vesa to keep it light but it also allows more fine tune vertical adjustment than a fixed plate.
Let me know how you like it.
So, someone up in the comments suggested that people have been able to drive the display just fine with an adapter, excluding VRR only. Adapters such as this one, https://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters-102101-BLK-Computer-Adapter/dp/B08XFSLWQF and that there's more info on that stuff in LTT Master Thread for G-Sync Compatible. So, I'll browse that a bit too and see what comes up.
As for the bandwidth, DP 1.4a meets all those demands, thus the other screens with the same panels inside from LG like ASUS, Gigabyte, and even LG UltraGear works just fine with all of that, including VRR. And it's all driven by DP 1.4a there, so we should be okay in regards to meeting the bandwidth demand.
Can you give a link to a few examples, like by CableMatters and others?
Is something like this is what you're thinking of? https://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters-102101-BLK-Computer-Adapter/dp/B08XFSLWQF
I will take a look at LTT thread as well.
Sweet I received the monitor with a usb-c to displayport 1.4 cable and successfully got 4K 48-120hz working... it's glorious!
Until I find Caldigit TS4 stock I'm powering the Macbook by USB-C from a Dell U2723QE 4K 60hz monitor. With the Macbook's built in promotion display that's tripple 4K monitors from a laptop without fans... impressive!
You will need to convert DisplayPort to HDMI 2.1 along with an HDMI 2.1 cable.
I use this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08Y246V8X/
You won't get any sort of variable refresh either, unfortunately.
If I had to guess, I'd say they're these: https://www.amazon.com/Gator-Frameworks-Desktop-Monitor-Speaker/dp/B084HPVQBK
They're good. Gator Frameworks makes sturdy stuff.
OP must be sitting really low at his desk, since he's aiming his speaker downwards...
I have this cable:
Reading the bad reviews, mostly of those users have RTX 3070 and LG OLED TVs, probably this is the root cause.
Looks like I bought my c1 55in at the right time last month. Just looked around n seen that c2 is now cheaper then the c1. Amazon link here https://smile.amazon.com/LG-65-Inch-Refresh-AI-Powered-OLED65C2PUA/dp/B09RMRNSBF/ref=mp_s_a_1_8?crid=KRPJQ2CFUDZQ&keywords=lg+c1+65+inch&qid=1663311628&sprefix=lg+c1+65%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-8&ufe=app_do%3Aamzn1.fos.ac578592-0362-4e...
This adapter is designed for any device that has Display Port Alt Mode support. That could be a laptop with a Thunderbolt 3 port, or a desktop gpu with a USB-C port. The exact same chipset is available in other adapter types also, such as standard DP 1.4 to HDMI 2.1.
The main advantage of this adapter is to gain the massively improved bandwidth of HDMI 2.1. Older gaming gpu chipsets, while perfectly capable of 4K @ 120Hz, are bottle necked by the HDMI 2.0 ports on them. Display port 1.4 has more bandwidth on tap, but modern TVs all use HDMI inputs only.
This is the cable - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09M35WW87/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
It was completely plug and play. The display instantly turned those settings on when I plugged it in.
So i used the stock HX mount with these bars and it worked perfectly.
So I'm used to the early 2000-2010s heavy AG on monitors, these are much lighter in comparison.
I'm finding myself liking this over the C2 because the glossy was great for movies but the matte has been even better for coding and text usage.
I see this one: https://www.amazon.ca/Monoprice-Ultra-High-Speed-Cable/dp/B07Y2CR1N8
50 Feet is quite the price. I think I will measure the distance properly first and see how far it really is because I have a 100FT hdmi 2.0 cable and that was too long for my needs (unrelated to living room).
If you're power strip is going to be overloaded with an extra 100-150w, I'd say it's time for an upgrade anyway as that's cutting it way too close :)
Your current monitor is likely pulling 20-60w anyway, so it's not like the OLED is increasing power draw that much.
I mean, as long as it's a decent power strip, it should trip the fuse (ie, turn itself off) before setting on fire, but still, haha...
And if you have those kinda worries, definately get a device like this (or a smart plug with energy monitoring):
(you can probably get a cheaper one. That's the first one I saw on Amazon UK...)
I've recommended this arm many times here.
Have used it on my 48" for a couple months now and it's been great. Easily supports the weight. Arm and vesa adapter around $100
I need to take pics and post my set up, just been lazy over labor day weekend. If I do I'll send a link.
I was looking at the ergotron hx at first, I tried and returned a few, settled on this one with Vivo vesa adapter. It's been great, highly recommend.
Only Gigabyte by the looks of it
According to the Q&A on Amazon UK the 42 and 48 inch models won't be shipped as WBE until Christmas. can anyone confirm? does the UK have different models?
Ok, so, for your money, should I go with these optical-enabled speakers, or a similarly-priced HDMI-arc soundbar?
Luckily I had the same issue (as many others have on this sub) and looked at the hdmi cables you used and am not surprised they did not work. You need the highest quality hdmi 2.1 cable known to man in order to run the quality picture this tv outputs/demands:
Zeskit Maya 8K 48Gbps Certified... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S1CGQ9Z?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
You can not get anything longer than 2 meters fyi. The signal does not keep its strength over a distance longer than that. At least not well enough to run the tv at such a high quality without flickering (4k120, hdr, 4:4:4, 10/12bit color, vrr—the works).
I second this. I looked at the hdmi cables you used. Not surprised they did not work.
You can not get anything longer than 2 meters fyi. The signal does not keep its strength over a distance longer than that. At least not we’ll enough to run the tv at such a high quality (4k120, hdr, 4:4:4, 10/12bit color, with vrr).
I went with the LG 24 1440p guy to flank mine (only 1) and I like it overall.
LG 24QP500-B 24” QHD (2560 x... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08YJWYMD5?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
It’s going to really depend on your expectations and use case. For me it’s mainly just a outlook/teams monitor for WFH, then I use it to “dock” icons and the windows taskbar for my personal workstation. I don’t use it to extend games or anything like that.
Yes that totally makes sense!
My C1 65 is mounted on the same stand as above in the living room.
Though this stand doesnt go with my preference for my taste on the desk. So I will try this from Amazon crossing fingers that its not too wobbly.
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Happy to help. I just learned of this as well. I had one of these docks sitting on a shelf after I received it from work and finally thought "why not try?"
You'll need to install the drivers from Lenovo, but afterwards it works just fine!
Lenovo ThinkPad Hybrid USB-C with USB-A Dock US (40AF0135US) (Renewed)
I had the same problem, you need one of the HDMI EDID emulator to force 1440p as mclassic only take TV/monitor native resolution.
I use this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09KFYZ4PT?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details and it works perfectly from mclassic to 1440p :)
I used this monitor arm to mount a monitor for my wife in her office at work. It is rated for 25 pounds and the C2 weighs just under 20 pounds according to LG. You can't just mount it anywhere. It needs to hit a wall stud. There will be a double right next to the window... a cripple stud under the header and a regular stud. Sixteen inches to the left of that you should find another stud. You will also need to purchase an adapter to go from 100X100 mount to a 300X200 mount so you can attach the TV to it.
I have my M32U mounted on the desk clamp version. It weighs 16 pounds and I haven't had any issues with it. Looking at your desk, you might just buy the desk clamp version and you can put it wherever you need to on your desk instead of messing with lag bolts and wall studs. The mounting location is at the bottom of the TV so I don't think there's any issue with the arm having enough height adjustment. That will be on the upper end of the weight limit so you'll have to crank down the tension adjuster but I think it would work just fine.
They make nicer arms for a lot more money. Some of them have a heavy duty version with a gas shock in them that are pretty elegant. I bought this cheaper one and it works fine for me.
Am HDMI 2.1 cable is included in the box with your PS5. If you need longer or additional HDMI 2.1 cables in the future, I recommend the Zeskit Maya 8K HDMI 2.1 Cables.
I mounted the C2 on a ergotron hx (amazon) => images. I am around 80cm/31,5inch from screen and leaning back around 100cm/39inch. Productivity is totally fine... gaming with kbm atm in window mode (not the complete screen) with a gamepad and leaned back, i play in fullscreen.
DO NOT SPEND $70 ON AN HDMI CABLE.
Here is the splitter I use with my HDMI 2.1 enabled AVR.
I dont use the dedicated sound system for my console since I’m using a headphone pretty much always for gaming and I only have 1 super long HDMI 2.1 going to the projector. Also while I haven’t calculated or checked, I’m pretty sure going from AVR to PJ would induce some latency as compared to using the splitter. Someone can correct me on this.
So I connect my AVRs out to one of the ports, and Series X out to one of the ports, and the fibre optic HDMI to projector is on the other end. All features work like a charm for me that require HDMI 2.1 to function.
I tried the heavy duty AVLT on my C1 48 and it looked like it was used, the vesa plate was bent and missing set screws plus it didn't support the weight and only came in white.
So I returned searched more and got this arm, right now it's even $20 off for $79 and these vesa brackets. Looked to be better quality too but minus the USB and audio jacks in the base, which I didn't really want or need.
Have used it for 2 weeks now, works great. Can angle, raise and lower 33 lbs with ease. Best value to price, I'd even be willing to pay more but why?
Thank you. The last "glitch" was something like a full green static screen while I was starting a game. Is it HDCP too?
Is [url=https://www.amazon.it/Maxonar-certificato-Ultra-48Gbit-velocit%C3%A0/dp/B08TLRFK6H/\]Maxonar\[/url\] a good cable?
In the second HDMI port of the 3070 I leave connected an HDMI cable, because sometimes I connect the GPU to a second monitor.
Since I'm trying to protect the second HDMI port of the GPU from wearing, I leave that cable connected even if most of the time is unused, and on its other end I put a female-famale adapter like this one:
I tried to remove this cable and now the PC seems ok. Don't know if something like this can sold the flickering problem.
This is the best Display Port to HDMI 2.1 adapter right now, i Used one myself on 2080Ti
You can get 4K/120hz with it but no HDR
This is the cable I bought, having looked at it, I am not sure it is 2.1.
This is the cable I began to use when I first got my C1.
Reckon this sheds any light lads?
This is the newer cable. The former one was released in 2017 according to the page. It's a bit confusing because the both basically look the same, hah. I am still curious as to whether there's driver issues around it because the driver does crash when the black screen/no signal error happens. Sometimes the Desktop Window Manager too.
Its possible the Belkin cable partially failed. I don't know for sure. Trying to run the game at 1440p/120 and 1080p/120 could be able to determine whether the issue is with 120 Hz. If it is, then it's either the TV, a driver, or the cable. The best option first is to get a new cable and test it out. If the same thing happens, then its a driver or the TV.
Since you're in the UK, try this Anker cable, which is also HDMI 2.1. It's way more affordable than the 46 pounds you mentioned.
Got this arm and vesa adapter for my C1 48. Highly recommend, fully adjustable and it will easily hold your 42. I was going to go Ergotron HX but it doesn't raise up as high as this one.
Hi - PERLESMITH Universal TV Stand - Table Top TV Stand for 37-55 inch LCD LED TVs - $32 Amazon US - stand is rated for up to 88 lbs - LG C1 48" weighs 35 lbs without stand.
8K HDMI Cable 2.1 48Gbps 6.6FT/2M, Highwings High Speed HDMI Braided [email protected]
Lengths range from 1.5 feet to 100 feet ... how long of a cable do you need??
Hey man, I had this trouble before and I have had EXTENSIVE experiments trying to fix it. I swapped out VGA (3080Ti), CPU (5800X3D), Motherboard, PSU. Nothing works. Ended up it's the HDMI cable. Make SURE you use certified or high-quality HDMI cable that is honest with their ratings since pushing 4k HDR 444 is really demanding. This is the cable that ended up working for my build and I'm finally a happy man now after 1 month of trials and errors to come up with the solution.
My first OLED too, that's why I want the 77" now. I guess if the C1's are sold out I can hold out and wait until this time next year. Give me time to finish the HT room in the basement where it's going.
You may be totally happy with the tv stand it came with but if you're looking for an arm I got this last week and it holds the weight great and fully adjustable. You can also tilt it to get rid of reflection glare. You'll need vesa adapter too. Both links below
Hi - the link you posted does not work - I cannot offer any notes on comparison.
PERLESMITH universal tv stand supports up to 88 lbs. LG C1 48" without stand weighs 32.8 lbs.
Base is thick without comically huge and I was very surprised at the weight of the unit -- it has some heft to it!
I don't know if they sell or deliver this one where you're at but I just got this for my C1 48 and it works great. it would easily handle the weight of the 42.
I did also have to get a vesa adapter.
How do you like the AVLT?
I got the heavier duty version of it that was supposed to support up to 55 lbs for my C1 48. I think it was around $200. The one I got looked used and the set screws were missing plus it didn't hold even the 33 lbs.
I got this one instead, just came in yesterday and it holds the weight with ease and can adjust easily. It also dropped in price too. Very pleased with it.
This isn’t what you were looking for, but leaving this here for anyone who googles this topic.
AVLT Single 13"-43" Monitor Arm... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0819BLM2Z?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
This is the one I bought. Works really well ti clamp ink the desk. You need to buy a Vesa mount adapter though
this works great.
Yes that should be possible, but look out for the HDMI port specifications since the cheap ones are like 4k @ 30 fps. I think this one is the one you want but you can try to find something cheaper: https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Function-Resolution-Thunderbolt-Compatible/dp/B08Y246V8X
I also picked up the C1 48 just over a month ago and was going to get the Ergotron HX but it only raises 11". Instead I went with this AVLT heavy duty and an adapter plate. Spent an hour putting it together just to find it didn't support the 33 lbs. so returned it the same day. If you don't mind checking. With the arm at the highest, what do you measure from the desk top to the bottom of the tv? I kind of gave up home but this setup might work. -Thanks!
Replying from your post last year for the CX. I picked up the C1 48 just over a month ago and was going to get the Ergotron HX but it only raises 11". Instead I went with this AVLT heavy duty and an adapter plate. Spent an hour putting it together just to find it didn't support the 33 lbs. so returned it the same day.
I'm not sure if you still have this same set up but if you do. With the arm at the highest, what do you measure from the desk top to the bottom of the tv? -Thanks!
Loving it so far. In addition to peace of mind about shattered desks, it also adds some much-needed height and distance.
The base of the stand is very large and sticks out almost a full foot from the front, so make sure you have clearance for that (it's also about two inches thick if you're planning to slide the front under a desk).
I got this off Amazon and love it. You just have to be smart and turn off the monitor a lot and hide your desktop icons and taskbar. I also have a dynamic background that helps.
The screen is amazing there is just more to maintaining it.
It sounds like a bad cable. Are you able to move your PC closer to your TV? I use Zeskit Maya 8K cables, and I don't have any issues with my 3090 C1 setup. Amazon
Yeah, it works great, just isn’t quite big enough for the stock LG C1 stand. It’s rated for 66 pounds though, so it can more than handle the weight.
Honestly I was waiting for the LG and ASUS monitors specifically for the anti glare, but figured I would at least give the C1 a shot first to see if the reflections would be too much. It works for me, but if the CX doesn’t work in your room, then an AG coating is kind of non negotiable.
Link to the stand:
Yes! I had to find one that allows that exactly-
So if your 2080 has the "virtual link" aka USB C, you can run a USB C to HDMI 2.1....Youll forego gsync, but get 120hz and HDR.
Cable Matters on Amazon
I was thinking maybe something like this!
In the review section, there are people who use it with the LG C1. I'm having it right now but not with the C1.
With 2 of these (I had one already so just bought a second)
WALI Monitor Arm Mount for Desk,... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018MT6ZEK
I was trying to run a non-fiber 20ft HDMI 2.1 cable and it can BARELY handle . Anything above flickers in and out constantly. Went and ordered one of these - https://www.amazon.com/RUIPRO-4K120Hz-Dynamic-Compatible-Receiver/dp/B09QHGSCF8?th=1&psc=1
Hope it can handle the bandwidth.
Stouchi - 8K HDMI 2.1 Cable 6ft 48Gbps - 6ft - $12 - Amazon.
I also have C1 48, I don't need it to do a full180° but I ordered this arm that I should be getting tomorrow. I mainly got it to adjust lower or raise to taste. Option if you turntable doesn't work out.
> Yeah you don't have the HDMI 2.1
What? It say's here in the Q&A that it's HDMI 2.1 compliant: https://www.amazon.com.au/Zeskit-48Gbps-Certified-Compatible-Samsung/dp/B08TRGKKR3#:~:text=Customer%20questions%20%26%20answers
I didn't find anything in that thread that was helpful tbh
I used this arm when I used 43" LCD as pc monitor. Worked great and could adjust to stand or down to where the bottom touched the desk. You may need an adapter plate.
RTX 2080 super. I cant pick 60hz, only 120hz and 100hz options are available under "refresh rate".
This is the cable I'm using: https://www.amazon.com.au/Zeskit-48Gbps-Certified-Compatible-Samsung/dp/B08TRGKKR3