Discussion in 'Computers, Games, Electronics etc' started by AHHVTEC, Jan 8, 2008.
i here the ps3 is one of the best blu rays there is, my question is are all ps3 blu ray ?
wtf? the ps3 is probably the worst blue ray player on the market. lol
its a game console, not a hi def home theater player.
yes all are blu ray
really dang i guess i better dig deeper, i want the best to go with my 1080p tv
still looking i take it
if you've already got a XBOX 360.. get this Xbox.com | Xbox 360 - Xbox 360 HD DVD Player
well im still googleing and still coming up with the ps3 being the best
i assure you, its far from the best.
this one is probably the best
Denon USA | DVD-3800BDCI
all for a movie disc player. waaaaaaaaste.
well let me put it like this on a scale from 1 to 10 and 10 being the best if the ps3 is a 8 then ill just get that because its a ps3 to lol,
on a 1 to 10, the ps3 is probably a 2.5
WTF are you talking about?? A 2.5 I really don't know what the bases are for your information. I beginning to think that your just saying this to get a rise out of people with the ps3s. I must admit if thats the case then its working as you can see because i felt compelled to follow this arguement from the other thread.
Numerous sites show that the blu-ray player built into the ps3 may not come with a nice sleek remote to operate it or have easy romper room level backlit front mount controls but it definitly plays in full HD quality at 1080p through HDMI output. Here is a little reading from the gadget website.
PlayStation 3 as Blu-ray player, how does it rate?
Posted Jan 2nd 2007 2:31PM by Richard Lawler
Filed under: Blu-ray, Players, Sony
Sony's PlayStation 3 definitely had a tough holiday season, with a disappointing launch lineup of games, odd incompatibilities and shortage of consoles; it outsold the HD DVD add-on for the Xbox 360 but not much else. Luckily we're not just interested in the system for games, it also carries the status of being the cheapest and potentially most advanced Blu-ray player available. How well suited is it for a home theater environment? Home Theater Blog and Ultimate AV recently put the unit through it's paces to find out and had mostly good things to say. In terms of old school DVDs, it's lack of 3:2 pulldown or any upconversion via HDMI is obviously disappointing, while Ultimate AV found the picture "soft", HTB noted otherwise perfect scores on the HQV test disc. Both liked that the system loaded and began playing Blu-ray movies considerably faster than other players, and had nothing but good things to say about the picture quality -- with the exception of the included movie, even on a 50GB disc Talladega Nights looked "flat" and "compressed" -- despite still leaning towards HD DVD in overall sharpness. They weren't able to test out any lossless Dolby TrueHD soundtracks, but uncompressed PCM soundtracks on Sony Blu-ray movies blew away their lossy DD and DTS equivalents. If you can get around the lack of an IR receiver for standard remotes, both considered the PS3 an attractive option for anyone considering a Blu-ray player.
Come on you can't still be in denial.
the PS3 is so effective it sits in a box in my closet. how do you like them apples?
that's good, that way you and your ps3 can come out of the closet together
Its a good thing that you have that ps3 on hand to back up the 360 when you send it back for the red ring of death
Don't be mad cuz ur system soon will play no HD movies
why would i be mad?
i dont watch movies on my consoles. that is what my set top dvd player/recorder is for.
now if i could just get you out of my closet....
you are so far from accurate bud.........
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