Best products from r/PS4Pro

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1. 4K@60Hz HDMI Switch 5x1 Awakelion Premium 5 in 1 Out 4K HDMI Switch with IR Remote Support Auto-Switch, HDCP 2.2,UHD,HDR,Full HD,3D,1080P

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11. 4K HDMI Cable, 1.5 ft - 2 Pack - 4K Resolution UHD - Supports Ethernet, HDR Video, Ultra HD, Bandwidth 18Gbps, ARC - HDCP 2.2 Compliant - High Speed HDMI Cable - 1.5 feet

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Top comments mentioning products on r/PS4Pro:

u/vafler86 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

i can try to give you some tips because i too came with almost the same question, and after reading various threads on reddit and other AV forums. i decided to get a 49 because thats the minimum size where HDR really kicks in. Also there arent any really good 43 tvs out there.

but i can try to name you some good 43 tvs, i have been on a journey while researching for a tv to buy.

decent 43 tvs:

TCL P607 & TCL S405 are a really good option and r/4k loves it, so does everybody who knows about this stuff. they are only availble in the stats, and the european TCL's arent as good as the Americans. I have read that tvs arent that bright for some people but you get alot for the money. very low input.

Samsung MU6300

Edge lit, bright and low input. It has higher rating on rtings then Nu7 series and sony X720e. tbf i really liked the Nu7000 in the stores.

I think you should read about some good tvs in 43 size and then go to your closest store and see them for yourself. like i said before, i seriously think you should upgrade to 49 and get a Sony Xe900/x900e or Xf900/x900f.

If it has to be a 43, then i would have gone for the TCL. only reason i didnt buy it was is that im not from the states. In my opinion you cant get a better tv for that size or money then a TCL. in a dark room, brightness shouldnt be a problem. Also search for TCL s405 owner thread on AV forums for experiences from the people who actually own the TV. i have told you from what i have read and it seem to be a very popular choice. good luck.

Edit: after a quick google search, it seems like TCL p607 comes in 43. defiantly go for p607 over S405

u/MeSoHornsby · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I'm also looking at a few different options and have come down to a few. Any feedback on these is much appreciated because it's been mainly solo research into new territory for me lol.

  1. LG 27UK850-W 27" 4K UHD IPS Monitor with HDR10 with USB Type-C Connectivity and FreeSync. This one is the most expensive of the three I've looked at. I'm mainly looking at it for the USB C port on the back because I'm going to be getting a new Macbook soon so it'd be good to be able to charge it right from there.

  2. BenQ 28 inch 4K HDR10 Monitor (EL2870U), UHD 3840x2160, FreeSync, 1ms Response Time, Eye-Care, Brightness Intelligence Plus, HDMI, DP, Built-in Speakers. This one is my favorite, but it is sold out nearly everywhere. This has had a lot of great reviews and is not at a killer price point.

  3. ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor. This is the fan favorite from most articles because of the price point, but I believe it doesn't have HDR.

    Ultimately, you're going to have to figure out what's best for you and what you are most interested in, but those are the three I have my eyes on.
u/M0drayne · 9 pointsr/PS4Pro

Here you go, I just finished picking up a new 4K monitor for my Pro and I can give you some guidance and what I suggest.

There are no HDR options that are at a price point you want. But for $399.99 the LG 27UD68P is the way to go. It's a IPS panel with 4K at 27" which is perfect for a desk or office. I have mostly played on a monitor as I enjoy playing in my office and letting the wife take the 4k Tv downstairs. It also has 5ms gtg and might I add, looks absolutely beautiful. It does have HDMI 2.0 so you don't have to worry about HDMI ports as well. This means you will be able to get 4k@60Hz

Great monitor and I would suggest it to anyone looking for a great 4K monitor for their PS4. Be careful though if you choose another monitor. Some only allow 4K@30Hz due to the lack of ports or will tell you it does it at 60Hz but only through the display port. Just check out the manuals as they will tell you what their HDMI ports do and what the monitors offer.

But you should really look at this monitor as I think you will be really happy with it. I know I am and a few others on here who play their Pro on it as well.

LG 27UD68P

u/Piltonbadger · 1 pointr/PS4Pro


Just some I found via google and amazon, specifically for the word splitter.


Mileage may vary. It might be a good idea to contact some PS4 Pro streamers on Twitch/Youtube/Whatever platform PS4 Pro streamers use and ask them directly. Seems like something they would be using as apposed to most of the people here.


Edit :good luck with your search, I hope you find what you need :)

u/Mattgx082 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

If I was buying now I guess I'd do the 2tb seagate barricuda everyone is getting. I installed the one I updated in my og 2 months previously. Which is a 2tb seagate slim external i popped out the shell...I imported 400gb over of my saves to it and have about 750gb left. I do a lot of digital for psvr and sales...fills up fast! But 2tb is pretty decent as there old games I will delete I have on disc and probably won't play much or doesn't have a huge patch.

Only difference over stock on either og or pro I noticed was the times it got powered off unexpected, while not in rest mode.

Having a surge in rest mode haven't had a issue with any drive. But non stock drives I have had them reinstalled OS from ground up after a surge with the OS on completely. Where as the stock I never had an issue if this happened. It may be do to the cache and way the upgraded drives function with extra features and catalogs/caches vs the standard stock drive. It's not really an issue, but I usually keep a current back up every month or so of my entire system with games and patches just in case! Save files are cloud so no biggie...but reinstalling discs with 10gb patches and big digital in a day sucks.

For the cheap I'd say 2tb seagate slim external as they are on sale for 79.99 and have proven to work great for storage and just a hair better than the stock but not much

For decent I go with 2tb sshd seagate baricuda cause it's better and the new hotness. I believe it's about $40 or so more.

u/DirtySwampThang · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

It was indeed the cable. I bought an Atevon Cable and it worked flawlessly. The quality/craftsmanship of the Atevon is probably the best i've seen in any HDMI cable. Switched PS4 settings to Automatic and all is well - Getting YUV422 as well in HDR games which is what I was looking for.


So if anyone has an X900F TV and a PS4 Pro, the Atevon cable will for sure work:

And on the other hand Tera Grand cables are garbage. Do not buy.


u/wobel85 · 2 pointsr/PS4Pro

The Seagate External Hard Drive I have, well I have 2. If you take the shell off the drive, inside is a Samsung SpinPoint M9T 2TB HDD ST2000LM003.

When I first got the OG PS4 for my son I swapped drives, I opened the Seagate case, removed it & put it in the PS4.

I bought a PS4 Pro & this Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSHD 2TB ST2000LX001. Both are coming today. Right now I’m I have my 2nd Seagate/Samsung External HDD hooked up to my OG PS4 via USB. Says 3 hours to transfer almost 1TB.

The once my sons Pro comes today I want to remove the 1TB drive from the Pro & put in the FireCuda in. You said you don’t like Seagate well hopefully I luck out, this is most recommended 2TB drive for the Pro. I checked several sites, unless you’re getting a 2TB SSD this is the next best thing.

u/Jabronious1090 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I installed this one. Works awesome and really easy to do. $109 on Amazon

Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive (MZ-76Q1T0) V-NAND, SATA 6Gb/s, Quality and Value Optimized SSD

u/YoSoyWalrus · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I'd guess the ASUS MG28UQ. Many reviewers got it for their ps4 pro, and it's fairly cheap (was under $400 less than a week ago, price fluctuates all the time, used is low $300). It is a TN panel, so colors won't be as good as an IPS, however it means it's a great gaming monitor for more competitive games like Rocket League or COD. Goes without saying there is no HDR, as HDR monitors are all like $1000+. I'd still be confident games would look great on it, though.

u/coldtires · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

PC monitor review sites (at least the good ones) typically mention if the monitor is PWM (pulse width modulation) free, PWM is what causes the flicker.

Some examples (rtings also tests for PWM on TV's)

Both LG's you mention are considered flicker free.

The TCL 55R617 is not flicker free (see rtings review)

HDR ramps up the backlight not brightness, most HDR content is not mastered at any eye searing level either. That said fake HDR displays dont really have the means to properly display a HDR image, both LG's are fake HDR. If your are sensitive to bright images then perhaps it's better to avoid HDR altogether.

Instead invest your money into a high quality 32" 4K SDR monitor like the BenQ PD3200U which is flicker free & features BenQ's own eye comfort features.

899CAD on Amazon

u/EveryGoodNameIsGone · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Well, first off, your monitor (AOC E2070S) appears to be 1600x900, so it isn't 1080p. Which means not only are you going to have to convert a digital signal (HDMI) to an analog one (VGA), you're going to have to either upscale it from 720p or downscale it from 1080p. Both the digital-to-analog conversion and the scaling required will be problems, since the PS4 itself can't do either of those things for you (it won't output in 900p).

Your other problem is going to be audio - HDMI carries the audio stream, but VGA can't do this. So you'll need an adapter that will also convert the digital audio signal to an analog audio signal while converting the video.

This looks to be the best choice I can find from the brand you're planning on getting:

But that probably won't work at 1080p since your monitor is 1600x900 and I can't find anything that says that converter will scale 720/1080p to 900p, and it only might work at 720p, depending on if your monitor can accept a 720p input. So if you get that one, you're gonna want to try it at 1080p first, then if that doesn't work, plug your PS4 back into the TV and change its output resolution to 720p and try it again.

However, this right here should do everything you need it to do, including (it seems) converting 1080p to 900p: Make sure you're on the "HDMI to VGA" variant (they list it under "color" on Amazon for some reason), since the default listing goes the opposite direction and won't help you.

u/Darius2301 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Yes it really is. If you're looking for a very reasonably priced TV that supports 4k and HDR, get one of these:

I have one and I also have a much more expensive 4k, HDR TV. I can't say that the TCL looks exactly as good as the more expensive TV, but it does look pretty darn good.

u/koshuu · 3 pointsr/PS4Pro

A switch is definitely your best option in this situation. Try this one out, I saw it posted on another sub with a similar situation. Hope that helps you out.

u/FATALVISI0N · 2 pointsr/PS4Pro

This is the one I just bought, I also bought this on my OG PS4 and it worked great has great reviews as well

u/drdisappear · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

If it has to be 60 inch the KS8000, baring any backlight bleeding issues, is definitely the best bet. If 55 would work, OLED is pretty incredible - 1800 atm

u/liquidsnakex · 3 pointsr/PS4Pro

Even though the PS4 Pro has a SATA 3 interface, it can't make use of the full SATA 3 speeds or even close to it (due to some unknown internal bottleneck), so the fastest SSD you can get is basically any of them, as they'll all be faster than the PS4 can handle. They're still faster than SSHDs, but slower than the same SSD would perform in a PC.

The best option is to just get the cheapest one you can from a reputable brand, I'd recommend the Samsung 860 QVO 1TB SSD ($102).

u/kenshinesca · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

The sound would go out and screen would black out for a second or 2 then come back on and it would be okay for a few minutes then repeat with the stock PS4 Pro cable. I switched to this cable from monoprice.

Haven't had any problems with the screen blacking out or sound issues. Another good cable I've heard people say works great is

It sucks that Sony cheaped out on the cable but I'm just happy it's working correctly now.

u/Power-Fantastic · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I went with the 2TB FireCuda. That being said the Seagate SSHD's are great with the Playstation. I have a 1TB Seagate SSHD in my original launch PS4 since day one and its still running strong.

u/morphinapg · 2 pointsr/PS4Pro

The cable that comes with the Pro is actually not premium certified. It doesn't come with the QR code that verifies premium certification.

It certainly may be good enough for most people, but unlike premium certified cables, it wasn't tested to guarantee full 4K bandwidth in every situation. So yes if you get signal dropout or it drops down from 4K to 1080p I'd recommend getting an actual premium certified cable, such as this:

u/un1cr0n1c · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

4K with HDR10 without 3D leaves you to focus on pure picture quality.

The best of the best is LG's OLED range.

Obviously it's pricey but currently LG lead the way with picture quality.

If this is too pricey LG have some good models such at this one for almost half the price which are generally highly rated:

u/cream_blumkin · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Yeah, I suppose a little rig info would have helped. I have a

Samsung js7000 suhd tv with one UHD port.

>PS4 pro > single Ibis input

>Ibis output 1 > second switch(to TV)

>Ibis output 2 > PSVR "TO PS4" hdmi port on processor unit.

>Processor unit to second switch(TV)

These and these are the cables I've tried in various combinations with the PS4 pro hdmi that came with the system.

Like I said, all of the hdmi cables from the ps4 to tv support RGB and HDR.

HDR is not supported on either channel of the Ibis switch on a tv that is HDR capable. Both channels on the switch shows that HDR is not supported and can not work due to the vr processor, which leads me to believe that the only signal being picked up is the vr processor, and not that of the ps4 pro.

u/Los805 · 0 pointsr/PS4Pro

I just went ahead and purchased this Kootek Vertical Stand with fan. I hope it helps.

u/cbntlg · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I have the LG UD2758.

It's a bit smaller than the C32, but it's 4K and IPS. Looks great with the PS4 Pro.

u/SharpShadow27 · -3 pointsr/PS4Pro

May want to check this out, it's really great and serves two purposes!



u/jokah03 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

LG 27UD58-B 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync

That should give you everything you want, except for hdr. 300-350 for the monitor it looks like. If you want to go bigger and get hdr, save up for the 55 inch ks8000 imo.

u/X5-176 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Here is another 4K Monitor reasonobly priced that looks pretty good

ASUS MG28UQ 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms Adaptive-Sync

u/StopnFrisk · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Absolutely, I know most people will say an hdmi cable is an hdmi cable, but for whatever reason with LG that doesn’t hold true.

Everything else works fine though with their stock cable, my Apple TV 4K and X1X.

Here’s the one I [got](Monoprice 115428 Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cable, 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, 28AWG, YUV 4:4:4, 6ft, Black

u/soiledmanties · 3 pointsr/PS4Pro

I got a splitter and it works pretty well. Pick up some short hdmi high speed cables as well.

Sewell IBIS 4K HDMI Switch Box, 2x1, White, 4K 60 Hz, HDCP pass-through (HDCP 2.2 support), 2x1 or 1x2 HDMI Bi-Directional Switch

So hdmi 1 is hdr/4k, while hdmi 2 is for psvr. I'm still figuring out a good way to get the tv to recognize it half the time, since the toggle on the switch doesn't refresh the hdmi signal. Turning on the psvr seems to do the flip.

And no, other than toggling the button on the switch, there's no plugging and unplugging.

u/WitnessLitness · 8 pointsr/PS4Pro

I personally use a LG 27UD69P-W and like it a lot. It's a 4K IPS monitor so the response time isn't as fast as monitors with TN panels. If you're concerned with response time I would maybe look at a monitor like this one here:

u/waterboysh · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I got this cable. When researching my own issue I read several places that said the PS4 Pro has issues with cables over 6 feet in length as well and the cable I was replacing was 10. I only needed about 3 though, so I just went with the shortest cable I knew would fit where I wanted it to go.

u/cheaparse · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Have it mounted in my office with several gaming systems connected to it. The HDR is phenomenal, and works right out of the box without any tweaking. I'm almost tempted to get the 32 inch model later down the line.

Keep in mind this is considered an 'unconventional setup' since it isn't a tv monitor. But after looking at all the 4k tv choices, this is the one that I felt the most comfortable with for overall console/pc gaming.

u/m4jX · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

These noname switches should work:

According to user reviews they all support 2160p60 4:4:4 (and HDR).

If you want a brand name you can get

Ligawo 3090063 HDMI Switch 3x1

Sewell SwitchDeck, 4K HDMI 2.0 Switch 3x1

They also have a 5x1 version if you have more than 3 sources.

I own the Ligawo 5x1 myself.

u/salesmunn · 2 pointsr/PS4Pro

First off, make sure you're using short, high-speed HDMI cables. These worked for me:

Monoprice 115428 Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cable, 6ft

Second, the Ibis HDMI switch never worked for me. I ended up using this and it worked.:

Expert Connect 1x4 HDMI Splitter | 4 Port | 1 in - 4 out | Ultra HD 4K/2K @ 60Hz (60 fps), HDR | HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 | Full HD/3D | 1080P | DTS | Dolby Digital | Direct TV | 18 Gbps Bandwidth

u/Mrmustard17 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

HDMI 2.0 Switch 5x1 Awakelion Premium Quality 4K x 2K/60Hz 5 In 1 Out HDMI Switcher with IR Wireless Remote, HDMI 2.0 & AC Power adapter- Supports HDCP2.2 HDR 3D, 1080p.

This is the one I purchased. It is HDMI 2.0 so it should support HDR no issues. I used it with my non-hdr tv but didn’t need it with my new set that has HDR.

u/Smeefer · 2 pointsr/PS4Pro

I have a cooling stand with controller charging attachments and it's done wonders in keeping my Pro quiet(er) even when playing shit like Spider-Man and GOW.

u/mforce22 · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I just bought that same cable (6ft black version) from amazon:

I am still having the same balck screen issue.

u/dannbucc · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

If you want ips, this drops to about 280 every so often~~

if you don't mind tn I have seen this go to 250 on sale:

When it comes to 4k and decent specs for gaming, these seem to be the most affordable options when on sale.

u/amezibra · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

beside that it is not a 4K monitor.. it will work at 1080p..wait Q2 2017 for a 4K one.

the 4K/non HDR ones will be cheaper (300$) and the 4K/HDR ones should be available around 500/600$

this one 4K@60hz and hdmi 2.0 will certainly drop to 300 or 400$.., so save 30$ a month till May or June and get it..

u/ZepharusCMG · 5 pointsr/PS4Pro

The answer is premium CERTIFIED cables. The ones with the QR code on the packaging. If they dont have the QR code then they arent certified no matter what the package says. I had the same issue and this fixed it. All cable are not created equal. even the exact brand model vary between cables. Premium certified are actually pulled and tested for specifically this.

u/Chillaxe · 3 pointsr/PS4Pro

I've been using this one without any flicker or blank out issues so far.

u/QuickBrittle · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

I'd suggest a switch instead of a splitter. The Sewell Ibis does the trick.