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What is PS3 and How to Use PS3

07/11/2009 02:35:03

How to Use PS3?


1.Connect PS3 to TV with cables.



2.Turn on the main power, and the power indicator becomes red.



3. Boot, touch-mode power button, only lightly touch power button.



4. Exciting first time, the startup picture is of no diffirence with PS and PS2 with enjoyable startup music.



5. Recognize wireless handle. because it is the firs time for PS3 to recognize wireless handle, you have to connect handle with console through  USB. at this time, the four indicators on handle all light.



6. Press "PS" key in the center of handle. If the handle works, it means the console has successful recognized the handle.



7. After being recognized, there will be only one indicator lights.



8. Choose language---choose English.



9. Choose whether use HDMI output or not.



10. Choose "YES", TV will automatically shift to HDMI mode.



11. Then choose Time Zone---Choose "PST".



Ok! Now you have successful connect ps3 to TV, next you do is just put DVD disk and enjoy the Game and movie Fan.


After reference some other websites, I here specially write this article--What is PS3 and How to Use PS3 acommpanied by the launch of Sony Playstion 3rd generation on the market. let's straight to the topic.


Sony PlayStation 3 - PS3 video and blu-ray disc


The PlayStation 3 is driven by a high-powered cell processor, making PS3 video game and PS3 movie play super smooth and graphics amazingly detailed. A gigabit Ethernet for online gaming and a Blu-ray disc player comes standard on the console, as does a wireless controller. Besides Blu-ray Disc, a wide variety of DVD and CD formats are supported.


The PS3 can play PS3 video game and PS3 movie with HDTV resolution up to 1080p which is the highest definition resolution currently available. In terms of audio, the PS3 will support a number of formats, including 7.1 digital audio, Dolby TrueHD, and others. You must enjoy your PS3 Video Game, PS3 movie and High definition PS3 music out of imagination.


What is Sony PlayStation 3 exactly?


PlayStation 3, trademarked PLAYSTATION 3 - abbreviated PS3, is the name of Sony's seventh generation era video game console, third in the PlayStation series. It is the successor to PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Sony officially unveiled the PS3 to the public on May 16, 2005 during an E3 conference. It wasn't until E3 2006 that games were shown on actual PlayStation 3 systems. In preparation for launch, Sony demonstrated 27 playable PS3 titles during the Tokyo Game Show in September 2006 on final hardware.


The Cross Media Bar demonstrated at E3 2006


The PlayStation 3 version of the Cross Media Bar demonstrated at E3 2006 (video) included options for different user profiles, the ability to explore photos, play music and video movies from the hard drive, compatibility for a USB Keyboard and Mouse, a full Internet browser and a Friends menu.


PlayStation 3 supported Blu-ray Disc hard media


A Blu-ray Disc can store substantially more data than the common DVD format, because of the shorter wavelength which allows more information to be stored digitally in the same amount of space. In comparison to HD DVD, which also uses a blue laser, Blu-ray Disc has more information capacity per layer. Sony has released 50 GB recordable Blu-ray Discs and will soon be releasing 50GB Blu-ray Disc media discs.


PlayStation Portable (PSP) Connectivity


Sony have also demonstrated the PSP playing back video content, including 1080p content from the PS3 hard disk across a Ad-Hoc wireless network, it's also been rumoured it's capable of playing movies on the PSP, from the PS3's Blu-Ray drive. This featured it referred to as Remote Play.


PlayStation 3 supported Video and Audio Formats


PlayStation 3 supports video formats like MPEG-1 , MPEG-2 (PS,TS), H.264/MEPG-4 AVC, MPEG-4 and audio formats like ATRAC (.oma .msa .aa3), AAC (.3gp .mp4), MP3 (.mp3), WAV (.wav). The PS3 also supports images like JPEG, GIF ,PNG ,TIFF formats.

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