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PlayStation 3D display
- Best-in-class HD 3D display for the most immersive 3D gaming experience
- SimulView technology delivers individual full HD screen visuals to each player in two-player mode
- Connects to your PS3 system, cable TV box, and PC for all your HD 3D content
- 24" slim design brings true 3D gaming to smaller, entertainment spaces. Built-in speakers and subwoofer enhance the audio and take you deeper in the game
- 3D gameplay right out of the box with included PlayStation 3D Glasses, MotorStorm: Apocalypse game and HDMI cable
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The PlayStation 3D display is specifically designed for superior 3D gaming and other digital media consumption right out of the box. The 24" Edge LED display comes bundled with a pair of PlayStation Active Shutter 3D glasses, a HDMI cable, and a copy of MotorStorm: Apocalypse for play on PlayStation 3 (console not included). When combined these items create a superior 3D gaming bundle tailor-made for PlayStation 3 players who want access to the best in 3D quality entertainment that is suitable for any sized gaming space. Additional features include: SimulView technology which delivers individual full HD screen visuals* to each player in two-player mode, built-in speakers and subwoofer, compatibility with cable TV boxes, and PCs, a 240 Hz refresh rate, full HD 1080p resolution, and two HDMI inputs and one component HD input.
The 3D Display Specifically Designed for Gamers
The PlayStation 3D display is essential equipment for players who are in search of serious 3D gaming experiences. The display is slim with a screen size of 24", and features full 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080). Its built-in Edge LED technology offers brilliant contrast, while a 240 Hz refresh rate ensures ultra-smooth play. It also has built-in speakers and a subwoofer to enhance the audio. In addition, it can be connected to cable TV boxes, a PC or any other compatible device via the display's two HDMI ports or its single component HD port. Both of these input types are conveniently located at the side of the display. But purchasing a PlayStation 3D display gets buyers more than a single component. It comes bundled with a pair of PlayStation 3D glasses, a copy of MotorStorm: Apocalypse for PlayStation 3, and a HDMI cable for connecting the display to a user's PlayStation 3 (not included).
The pair of PlayStation 3D glasses included with the display offer best-in-class Active shutter 3D quality and built-in USB rechargeable batteries. PlayStation 3D glasses are optimized to sync seamlessly with the PlayStation 3D display, but their universal design makes them compatible with a variety of Active Shutter 3D displays.** Active Shutter 3D technology offers superior image quality over competing Passive 3D technologies by means of the differing processes they execute. Both technologies create the illusion of depth by slightly altering what users' eyes are exposed to. Passive 3D glasses block different kinds of emitted light from reaching each eye. The result is a 3D effect, but one in which certain light data has been omitted. In some cases this can equate to up to half of the available lines of resolution, meaning that this type of 3D effect can not reach the level of true 1080p HD. Active 3D on the other hand does not omit light sources from the spectrum, instead producing its 3D effect through a subtle dimming process of the individual lenses. PlayStation 3D glasses manage this effect seamlessly through their infrared connectivity. The result is a superior 3D effect, at full HD quality. Infrared connections between glasses and other components, as well as other 3D processes are kept constant through the glasses 30-hour rechargeable battery life.
SimulView Technology Improves the 2-player Gaming Experience
Fans of co-op and competitive gaming modes are intimately familiar with local split-screen multiplayer functionality, which literally splits the visible display area of a single TV used in offline play to show the differing actions of individual players participating in the same game, at the same physical location. As advantageous as this is for group play, the quality of even the sharpest of HD television displays is compromised by the halving of the viewable area. SimulView Technology does away with this issue by enabling two players in a supported game to see their actions in-game displayed as full-screen. projections.*** (The full requirement for the effect are: a PlayStation 3D Display, 2 pairs of PlayStation 3D Glasses, a PS3 system, a PS3 game that supports SimulView, and two players) Built on the Active 3D glasses technology and specially enhanced for gaming, SimulView technology brings players deeper in the game than ever before while still sharing the experience with a friend. Games supporting SimulView technology include MotorStorm Apocalypse, Killzone 3, Gran Turismo 5, Super Stardust HD, with more titles in development and coming soon.
- Best-in-class HD 3D display for the most immersive 3D gaming experience
- SimulView technology delivers individual full HD screen visuals* to each player in two-player mode
- Connects to your PS3 system, cable TV box, and PC for all of your HD 3D content
- Slim design brings true 3D gaming to smaller entertainment spaces
- 3D gameplay right out of the box with included universal** PlayStation 3D Glasses, MotorStorm: Apocalypse Game, and HDMI cable with a total value of $150
- Built-in speakers and subwoofer enhance the audio and take you deeper in the game
- Classic PlayStation inspired display design for the ultimate gaming enthusiast
- Display type: Stereoscopic 3D HDTV
- Screen size: 24"
- Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
- Colors: 16.7 million
- Contrast ratio: 5000:1
- Backlight type: Edge LED, white LED
- Digital inputs (side): 2 HDMI, 1 component
- Refresh rate: 240 Hz
- Sound output: speakers (3W x 2), subwoofer (1 x 5w), 3.5 mm headphone jack (1)
- Remote support: IR remote control with BD remote control (sold separately)
- Dimensions: 29.75"(w) x 17.06"(h) x 4.50"(d)
- 3D glasses
- Type: Active Shutter 3D
- Rechargeable battery life: 30 hr.
- Dimensions: 3" (w) x 7-1/8" (h) x 2" (d)
- Additional items included: micro-USB cable, 3D glasses pouch and instruction manual
** Compatible with Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, and Sharp Active Shutter 3D ready displays that use IR emitters.
*** Playback in full (2D) HD, not 3D.
Top Customer Reviews
Sony did something clever with this product. They bundled a 24" monitor with 3D glasses, the game Motorstorm Apocalypse, and an HDMI cable and priced it under $500. Suddenly it was a lot more affordable.
The monitor comes packaged in a large box with a carrying handle (another benefit of ordering a smaller TV is that you don't need a crew of people to carry it upstairs). There's a slight amount of assembly required, which is a snap (literally). You attach the monitor to the stand and the stand to the base. Then, you just plug it into AC (the power cord is only about 5 feet, which was a bit small for my needs), and then plug the HDMI cable from your PS3 to the unit.
It took me a while to find the power button, which is on the back of the unit to the right. There are six buttons in total: a power button, an input selector button (which switches between two HDMI connectors and one set of component (yPbPr) connectors), two volume buttons, a menu button, and a 3D button. They're all pretty generically shaped and lined up in one column, but to help you out an on-screen diagram will pop up when you press one to make sure you're pressing the right one. From the menu you can adjust the picture, including Backlight (0 to 10) and Picture Mode (dynamic, standard, cinema). You can also define a custom picture mode, setting your own brightness, contrast, color, hue, sharpness, and color temperature.Read more ›
A week and a half, that's all mine lasted before it started blacking out on me (this appears to be caused either by a power flux in the PSU or the HDMI is losing signal). At first the blackouts weren't a big problem, it took half a second for it to go black and come back and at most, you'd almost swear it was just your eyes blinking. But as the 2nd week went on, the problem not only continued to happen, but worsened, and quickly. The blackouts would last several seconds and started happening every 30-45 mins randomly. Some times it would go hours without one only to get 3 in rapid succession. This worsens even more according to other customer reports, to the point where the unit dies as soon as you turn it on. The Blue, Green, Red Light twice blinking problem which is about the same as the 360s RROD.
I took great care of this display as well, even coddled it a bit. I turned it off (something I've never been known to do with other TVs connected to my computers), I unplugged it (this is actually a recommendation via Sony support to someone on their 2nd display) and I kept it in a well vented area that had a temperature around 65 degrees F at all times.
Several people have speculated that this issue may be due to the PS3 being connected with a certain update. I can verify that this isn't the case, I don't own a PS3, so it was never hooked up to one. Some people thought this was a 'hard-shake' error and once again I can verify that it happened while compensating for those.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
1) Buy any mini fan and place it behind the display.
2) Unplug the power cord after each use.
I've bought mine three years ago and it works perfectly fine.
The pros and the cons of this awesome TV.
-Vibrant in color
-Design is so good it look like it is bigger than 24 inches... Read more
I bought the Playstation 3d tv back in June of 2015 and after 5 months I got what others called the "blinking light of death"
After researching the topic, I found that... Read more
Looks great and very nice design! Though the glossy frame at the bottom of the screen containing the "PS" logo, is covered with a bunch of light scratches. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Somchay Thao
It is now three days past 30 day mark and the display has stopped working. Buyer beware!!!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Beautiful monitor. And considering the original retail, a great price.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dang about 3 years ago best buy had them for $100 I got 3 then. Was looking to get more but never mind.Published 4 months ago by thoren mattew
I see that people are having issues with there displays but I have had mine for years now without a single hicup. No blackouts, no blinking lights, nothing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Keri J. Smith