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Re: PS3 and frequencies
ClubNeon #310754 06/18/10 08:28 PM
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what ps3 do you have.. is it first gen 60gig. if so that one can even play SACD and it was a lot more expensive than my phat and slim. it's a much better audio playing ps3.. except that it doesn't bitstream hd master audio. but i don't think it makes much of a diff in lpcm

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Re: PS3 and frequencies
Vanorge #310767 06/18/10 09:47 PM
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Mine is a 60 gig, but over HDMI or optical, all bits sound the same.


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ClubNeon #310775 06/18/10 10:34 PM
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About the setting I mentioned before for the volume control. When an audio track is playing, hit the green triangle button to bring up the options pop-up. Go to the speaker icon in the upper left, and make sure it is set to Normal, not + or - anything. That setting alone can really mess up how the audio sounds.


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ClubNeon #310854 06/19/10 06:53 PM
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 Originally Posted By: ClubNeon
About the setting I mentioned before for the volume control. When an audio track is playing, hit the green triangle button to bring up the options pop-up. Go to the speaker icon in the upper left, and make sure it is set to Normal, not + or - anything. That setting alone can really mess up how the audio sounds.


your the MAN! club. i stand corrected. my PS3 was for some reason or another. at +4!!!!!!!!

which makes sense now why it had some sort of sweet spot that was hard to find. at low volume it was horribly distorted. tx dude!

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