I have just purchased a new LG OLED TV and my Virgin 360 box doesn't appear to detect it as a 4k TV. If I attempt to watch on demand 4k content it says the following message
UHD Not Supported
Check if your TV and cables support 4K Ultra HD and you've got Ultra HD enabled in your Virgin TV Box settings
In Settings>Audio & Video>HDMI resolution it does not give me the 4K option. The highest setting is 1080p.
I'm using all the original cables with a sonos soundbar and a PS5 connected to the TV too. The PS5 is having no display issues. I have disconnected all devices except the virgin box and tried all 4 HDMI ports but I'm still having the same issue. I am wondering if anyone has had a similar issue or any ideas on what else I could try?
You could always try a factory reset, just select the option to keep your recordings or maybe just turning the power off to the box for a couple of minutes and let it do a restart might force the box to recheck the TV.
Yeah I"m using the same HDMI cable I was using before on my previous Samsung TV which worked and the PS5 is in 2160. I've done a factory reset on the box and on the TV and ensured it fully up to date software wise. I've also tried it with the HDMI cable from the PS5 and still got the same issue. I've got a second virgin box in the bedroom so going to try it on that setup and see if it brings me any luck. Thank you both for your advice.
If it’s a C1 or G1 there’s a firmware bug that stops 4K over HDMI. If the TV was manufactured after August 21. There’s a huge C1 owners thread on AV forums about it. LG are supposedly releasing updated F/W on the 17th of November to fix it.