If you wish to cancel an order, you must inform us before 9.00am the next business day via our contact form.JB Hi-Fi holds a large amount of CD / DVD / Blu-Ray / Game stock on-hand - however some ordered items are provided by suppliers on demand.Since the PS4 can output a variety of resolutions and display modes (including 720p, 1080p, 4K, HDR, etc.), it can happen that your display and console aren't "talking to each other." The most common issue is a resolution mismatch -- you have turned on a setting that your TV doesn't support or the PS4 may have misdetected your TV's abilities and is sending the wrong signal.Basically, the communication between the television/HDMI cable and the console fails to interpret the Play Station's output signal and reconcile it with the television's native output capacity.Should this occur, we will inform you as soon as possible.Consumer electronics (CE) orders, items are sourced from our stores across the country.Possible fixes: You are attempting to switch your PS4/PS4 Pro to 4K or turn on the HDR or Full Color settings and you're no longer getting an image -- or, everything worked just fine, but now you're no longer getting an image unless you reboot and switch your resolution to 1080p. The most likely issue here is thatyour TV is either incompatible with the Play Station 4-- your TV has to support 4k Ultra HD resolution and, if you you want to use HDR, HDR10 (Dolby Vision HDR is not supported). It's a big hassle, but you'll have to manually unplug your PS4 HDMI cable and plug it directly into your TV or receiver in order to use higher-than-1080p resolutions.
, version 3.5, and the short story is that it works fine, aside from one minor issue that may be a deal breaker for audiophiles, and some compatibility gaffes with older PS3s.Master the speed and cunning of Aloy versus the raw strength and size of the machines.In order to overcome a much larger and technologically superior enemy, Aloy must use every ounce of her knowledge, intelligence, and agility to survive.Aliens," "Coraline," "IMAX: Under the Sea," "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs," "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs," and "Monster House." All played without a hitch in 3D mode, as they have on standalone 3D players like the Further compatibility testing performed on an older, 60GB Play Station 3 "fat" (first generation, February 2007 manufacture date) reveals that the player cannot recognize or play back either "Monsters vs.Aliens" or "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs." The other four 3D Blu-rays mentioned above were recognized and played back normally.For our test we hooked up our PS3 Slim to a number of 3D TVs in our TV test lab: the --representing all of the current flat-panel 3D TV makers.