How do I set my LG TV to HDR?

Answered by Antonio Sutton

To set your LG TV to HDR, follow these steps:

1. Start by accessing the TV’s settings menu. You can do this by pressing the button with the gear icon on the lower right of the remote for a few seconds.

2. Once in the settings menu, navigate to the “General” section. Look for an icon that resembles a gear and a wrench, and select it.

3. Scroll down through the options until you reach the bottom of the menu. There, you should find an option called “HDMI ULTRA HD Deep Color.” Select it.

4. In the HDMI ULTRA HD Deep Color menu, you will see a list of HDMI ports available on your TV. Each port represents a different input source, such as a Blu-ray player, gaming console, or streaming device.

5. To enable HDR on a specific input port, switch the toggle next to that port to the “On” position. This tells the TV to allow HDR content to be displayed when connected to that particular port.

6. If you have multiple HDMI ports that support HDR, make sure to enable it for each port that you plan to use with HDR content.

7. Once you have enabled HDR on the desired ports, exit the settings menu and begin enjoying HDR content on your LG TV.

It’s important to note that not all HDMI ports on your LG TV may support HDR. Ensure that you are using an HDMI port labeled as “HDMI 2.0” or higher, as these are typically the ones capable of handling HDR content.

Additionally, make sure that the HDMI cable you are using is compatible with HDR. Older HDMI cables may not support the necessary bandwidth for HDR content, so it’s recommended to use a high-quality HDMI cable that is certified for HDR.

By following these steps, you should be able to enable HDR on your LG TV and fully experience the enhanced color and contrast that HDR content provides. Enjoy your viewing experience!