1.3 Use My HDMI cable for my PS3 handle 1080p full HD for 3DTV?


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The new 3D technology comes fast and furious. Therefore, not surprisingly, brings a lot of confusion and uncertainty, especially when it comes to older hardware and the ability to process 3D images. Many believe that if you like 3D video in 1080p resolution, the new HDMI 1.4 is required. And HDMI 1.3 cable will produce a 1080i video resolution for 3D.

If this were the case, the Blu-ray and PlayStation 3,3D will become capable of September 2010 and has an HDMI 1.3 output, it is not sufficient to obtain 3D images of 1080 when playing a Blu-ray. From now on, the Sony PS3 is the only major that supports Blu-ray 3D Blu-ray. All other players on the Blu-Ray 3D 2010 models and are equipped with the necessary hardware and codec already on board.

The truth is that the cables can handle 3D HDMI 1.3. Although the HDMI cable you use is rated "high speed" or bettersupport the generation Blu-ray 3D Full HD 1080p resolution. Two key elements of a source device to handle 3D data codec and output target. Sony will include improved 3D after updating their firmware. Judging from the updates occur, such as support for internal decoding of DTS-HD Master Audio, Sony should have no problem performing this task.

The codec used to store images in 3D and Multiview Video Coding MVC. It is a part of 1080 for each eye andusing the space for storage capacity only 50 percent more on a disc in 2D. The PS3 has been created before the MVC codec, if Sony VMC implement support without changing the hardware. It also requires the PlayStation 3 is the ability to produce and receive, the 3D display, the correct metadata in the communication that occurs between all HDMI devices.

This communication is via Extended Display Identification Data or EDID. Transfer information sent from a video screento a source via lines E-DDC to describe their capabilities. An EDID 3DTV has been used to see if they can in 3D, and if the PlayStation 3 will work with television. Basically, the PS3 should be able to understand and respond to this new value sent by the EDID 3DTV.

When Sony made the firmware available for you to upgrade your PlayStation 3 with the new 3D technology, you should have no trouble using a HDMI 1.3 cable. According to most experts, a HDMI cable should not be a greatconcern for consumers in terms of 3D. Mainly because HDMI cables and factual material is not marketed to the version numbers (1.3,1.4) more. When buying an HDMI cable, you must go through the following options: standard HDMI, HDMI high-speed Ethernet standard HDMI, Ethernet and HDMI HDMI High Speed Standard Automotive.

Instead of deciding what HDMI version number you need, your focus should be on the basis of what needs to be supported. Whether for Deep Color, return channel and 3D audio. A high-speed HDMI cable can transfer the signal from your PS3 to 3DTV. Find an HDMI cable broadband should not be a problem since the vast majority of HDMI cables are manufactured and sold over the last 3 years have been high speed HDMI cables.

*** One thing to keep in mind is that you will not be able to transfer a Blu-ray 3D signal through a receptor-free 3D audio / video. Because these older HDMI 1.3 A / V> Receiver is not language HDMI EDID 3D visualization capabilities are not able to transfer the information screen for the source device (DVD 3D). Good work around this problem would be buying Blu-ray with two HDMI outputs, such as the Panasonic DMP-BDT350 or Samsung BD-C7900. ***

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