I wanted to add to my previous post regarding connecting your PS3 to a computer monitor.What about connecting the audio through to your your computer speakers as well?
This is a follow-up to my previous post regarding connecting your PS3 to a computer monitor. I received a lot of comments and emails regarding a (surround) sound system setup, so I'll try to answer them here.
I am going to be talking about something that is very near and dear to my heart. I didn’t think I would be revealing this to my blog audience so soon. I try to closely guard it because I’m not 100% proud of it. It is something that isn’t fully under my control, so bare with me while you read this… and please don’t poke fun.
I had 4 teeth extracted a while ago and for a few days after the surgery, I stayed at my parents, where after lots of haggling from my brother, I finally caved - I started playing a first person shooter on a game console.
Don't get me wrong, I love first person shooter games (big fan of Tribes), I'm just not good at them with the analog sticks on game pads. Give me a mouse and keyboard, and I can kick ass.
Since Warner Brothers is going to exclusively release their movies on Blu-Ray beginning May 2008, it looks like HD-DVD is going to die out fairly soon.
This means that my $700 CND investment for the PS3 when it just came out won't be going to complete waste. It might be a horrible gaming system/platform, but it's a pretty decent Blu-Ray player and the cheapest one you can buy.