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New PS3 Surround Sound System Quietly Revealed | PS3Blog.net

 

Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed their new subwoofer built-in, all-in-one Surround Sound System for the PS3.

The Surround Sound System utilizes cutting-edge technologies, including Sony’s S-Force PRO Front Surround Sound that generates rich realistic surround sound over one front speaker.  Delivering a dynamic sound environment with audio virtually coming from all directions, the Surround Sound System will immerse users into a cinema-like experience in the living room, making them feel like they are actually in the game or movie itself.  

The Surround Sound System comes with two audio inputs − an optical audio input for connecting high-end entertainment systems including PS3, and an analog audio input for connecting portable devices like the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system to enjoy listening to music in the living room.  

This new Sound System will release this fall worldwide for the price of  19,800 yen (including tax), US$199, and euro 199  respectively.  Find out more details about the system here.

  • intriguing. i don’t have space for a full on sound system so this could be a good alternative.

  • Reminds me of Philips SoundBar Home Theatre lineup (http://www.consumer.philips.com/c/home-theater-systems/hts6100_05/prd/ie/). Pretty impressive, though.

  • bad company

    can you people help me i am about to get a 3d tv i have ben waiting for the sony 3d tv

    but then i saw the nintendo 3ds no glasses in there are tv’s with no glasses is there a

    difference in the way they look in 3d

  • Jay

    TVs use active shutter glasses, which is a better way of making 3D and is the most accurate way to do it as well. Currently, there are no TVs that do 3D without the use of glasses because the screens are too large to effectively do so.

    However, there is one company that plans on making a device you put over the TV. It’s called Deep Screen, which you can read about here:

    http://www.ps3blog.net/2010/06/03/realview-to-launch-deep-screen-at-e3/

    unfortunately, it’s very expensive, as projected costs are supposed to be about $400 for a 42″ device, and these are separate from a TV. The positive about it, though, is that you don’t need a 3D capable TV to use it, but I don’t know how it works, but I’d imagine it would be about the same as the 3DS in a way

  • Jay

    also looked into it a bit. It uses the same kind of tech to add depth in the way that the screen is basically curved inward, so angle viewing will create a distorted image, so it will look fine facing directly forward, but from an angle, not so much (and that’s why it will work on the 3DS, because it’s a small screen size and you won’t be viewing it at an angle very often). That’s why, with current available tech, and for the best possible 3D, we’ll still need to rely on glasses

  • bad company

    I have seen 3d tvs with out glasses its a Philips i want to know will i get the same effect i would get on the sony

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qon4S7Akqlo&feature=related

  • Eddie

    bad company: can you people help me i am about to get a 3d tv i haveben waiting for the sony 3d tv
    but then i saw the nintendo 3ds no glasses in there are tv’s with no glasses is there a
    difference in the way they look in 3d  

    those particular types of screens are not suitable for televisions. Its called a parallax barrier system or lenticular lenses tech.

    Its only for small screens.