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will my 60 gb ps3 play true hd sound?

tonico Avatar
7y, 5d agoPosted 7 years, 5 days ago
if i hook it up to a decent sony amp
or is it just the new 1s
thanks
tonico Avatar
7y, 5d agoPosted 7 years, 5 days ago
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#1
'Yes'
#2
adrian96
'Yes'


thanks thats great the guy in richard sounds said it would but i heard a while ago it wouldnt
#3
tonico
thanks thats great the guy in richard sounds said it would but i heard a while ago it wouldnt


Maybe I was only joking.:giggle:
#4
HD sound?
#5
thesaint
HD sound?


yes will it?
#6
thesaint
HD sound?


:lol:
#7
adrian96
Maybe I was only joking.:giggle:


hope not lol
#8
thesaint
HD sound?


adrian96
:lol:


:roll:

http://www.dolby.com/consumer/understand/playback/dolby-truehd.html

http://www.dts.com/DTS_Audio_Formats/DTS-HD_Master_Audio.aspx

posting stuff you don't know about, have a guess at what the HD stands for in those 2 formats!?!?!?!
#9
Alfonse
:roll:

http://www.dolby.com/consumer/understand/playback/dolby-truehd.html

http://www.dts.com/DTS_Audio_Formats/DTS-HD_Master_Audio.aspx

posting stuff you don't know about, have a guess at what the HD stands for in those 2 formats!?!?!?!


thanks so do i need a new ps3 ?
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#10
tonico
thanks so do i need a new ps3 ?
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PS3 will transport the audio through the HDMI connection but you do did an amp that supports the decoding of the HD audio.
#11
Who cares about the sound that much?
#12
J4GG4
Who cares about the sound that much?


people with home cinemas etc, I do have my own home cinema room (not my living room). Surround sound on a blu-ray to me is better than the picture on a 7.2 set-up, but its personal choice at the end of the day.
#13
Jumpingphil
Would I be right in assuming you got your speakers from poundland.:thumbsup:


must do...damn if i had no decent speakers i doubt id bother watching hardly any films, it would just wind me up!
#14
I have decent speakers £150 samsung 5.1 setup running through optical cable.

Sounds fine to me.....

But according to the op he wants something even better quality???
1 Like #15
thesaint;7025668
HD sound?


High Definition :)

J4GG4;7026669
But according to the op he wants something even better quality???


lolz
1 Like #16
J4GG4
I have decent speakers £150 samsung 5.1 setup running through optical cable.

Sounds fine to me.....

But according to the op he wants something even better quality???


I run opticals from the 360, ps3 to a technics AV Reciever that decodes Dolby Digital and DTS, then output it to two AE floorstanders, one AE centre, and two (rear)AE standmounts, and a active sony subwoofer.
However, in the near future i wish to upgrade the AV Reciever to handle hdmi and of course True HD would be nice! :thumbsup:
1 Like #17
Im not convinced you can notice the difference between
OPTICAL and TRUE HD sound???? but thats just me. Some people cant notice 1080p over non hd picture.

to the op..
The PS3 actually does NOT support passing a Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD bitstream over HDMI to the receiver. The PS3 does include an on-board Dolby TrueHD decoder which converts TrueHD into multi-channel PCM and analog sound.

So if you want to take advantage of TrueHD with the PS3 and your receiver, then you actually have to set the Blu-Ray Disc audio output setting for HDMI (in the PS3's BD/DVD settings menu) to "PCM" instead of "bitstream." This will allow the PS3 to losslessly expand the Dolby TrueHD soundtrack into pure multi-channel PCM for decoding by your receiver. You will get better results that way than by sending a regular compressed Dolby Digital signal to the receiver as you are doing now.
#19
J4GG4
Im not convinced you can notice the difference between
OPTICAL and TRUE HD sound???? but thats just me. Some people cant notice 1080p over non hd picture.

to the op..
The PS3 actually does NOT support passing a Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD bitstream over HDMI to the receiver. The PS3 does include an on-board Dolby TrueHD decoder which converts TrueHD into multi-channel PCM and analog sound.

So if you want to take advantage of TrueHD with the PS3 and your receiver, then you actually have to set the Blu-Ray Disc audio output setting for HDMI (in the PS3's BD/DVD settings menu) to "PCM" instead of "bitstream." This will allow the PS3 to losslessly expand the Dolby TrueHD soundtrack into pure multi-channel PCM for decoding by your receiver. You will get better results that way than by sending a regular compressed Dolby Digital signal to the receiver as you are doing now.


cheers :thumbsup:
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