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Re: PS3 SETUP
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You can change the controller port/number assignments. If the controller port/number is specified by the software, assign the appropriate controller port/number.*
Controller port 2-D cannot be assigned using the PS3 system.
You can check the current controller assignments by pressing the PS button on the controller.
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possible cause is that ps3 uses an ip address leased from the wi fi router via its DHCP Server in Router. If PS3 was off for a while another computer on Wi FI network may have been assigned the IP address that the PS3 thinks it has.
Try page 29 of
on page 31 change the ip address setting to manual
set ip to 192.168.0.254 subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Now exit setup
Then go back into Setup
Change IP address setting to Auto
This will renew the ip address from the DHCP server to the ps3 hopefully allocating you a fresh IP address lease .
You basically either have an HDMI setup and the PS3 is set to Component(RCA). Or you have a component setup and it's set up for HDMI.
There is a very simple remedy for this. Turn the PS3 on once there is a red light, hold the power button until you hear a beep and then let go. It will bring you to a basic setup screen. From there you can set up your video/sound setting to your liking. Though, I just pick what setup I have and move on to the next screen, no need to pick custom. Hope this helps!
It is just be a matter of synching the blue tooth system of the blackberry to that of the PS3. Assuming the PS3 is not currently connected to the web or connected to a modem, you should be able to search for the PS3 by using the Bluetooth search tool in the Blackberry setup menus. Then for headsets,set those up through the PS3 by turning on the head sets, and then using the Blue tooth set up utility of the PS3 to search for the head sets.
Otherwise If you do not have Wifi active currently and don't have good cellular coverage in your area, you can use a Wifi Bridge Dongle (connector cable) like this one, there are others available too. http://www.espow.com/wholesale-wifi-bridge-dongle-wireless-for-dreambox-xbox-ps3.html to connect the PS3 to your home computer and use it as the hub assuming you ahve it connected to DSL or broadband. headsets would set up the same way.
There is no aoss button on a ps3. Aoss (Airstation Onetouch Secure System) is used for wireless setup for devices on your network but because the ps3 doesnt have one you have to set up the wireless manualy. Hope this helps
Most digital inputs are assignable, so go to set-up menu on your receiver and make sure the optical port (opt1 , opt2, etc.) is assigned to the input (vcr, aux, etc.) that you want switch to to listen to the PS3. You may also need to go into the PS3 settings menu and turn the optical to output the Dolby Digital signal. You have to do this with most DVD players, too.
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1. CompatibilityThe PS3 supports only one headset at a time. Multiple players on the same console will have to share. Bluetooth:
PS3 uses Bluetooth version 2.0, and is compatible with all earlier
versions (1.0, 1.1, 1.2). 2009 may see version 2.1 Bluetooth headsets
hit the market, so you will have to try it for yourself on PS3.
All brands of Bluetooth headset should work with the PS3.
USB: USB (wired) Headsets can also be used with the PS3.
Any of the PS2 compatible USB headsets should work with PS3 games.
USB headsets are required for PS2 software used on the PS3.
Not Compatible with Bluetooth Stereo Headphones:
Bluetooth audio signal for PS3 only carries voice chat. The game sounds
and music are played through your TV or stereo receiver only.
If you want to listen to the gameplay with headphones then they will have to be compatible with your TV or stereo receiver.
2. Setup A Bluetooth headset has to be registered, or "paired", with your PS3 before it can be used.
Make sure your Bluetooth headset is fully charged before you begin.
your headset instructions for entering "pairing mode". Activate your
headsets' "pairing mode" so it can be recognized by the PS3.
the Cross Media Bar (or XMB) of the PS3 go to the "Settings" tab, then
down into "Accessory Settings", then down into "Manage Bluetooth
With your headset in pairing
mode, follow the onscreen instructions and let the PS3 scan for your
headset. When your headset is found, follow the prompts and enter a
pass key (if necessary- the default is usually 0000 for all brands).
The pairing should now be complete.
you're using a USB (wired) headset, just plug it into one of the ports
on the front of the PS3 (the system should auto-detect the USB headset).
Mic Test and Volume Setting After
pairing a Bluetooth headset, or after plugging in a USB (wired)
headset, return to the XMB. Go to "Accessory Settings" and choose
"Audio Device Settings". You can test your headset here.
headset should appear as the audio input/output device. If not, just
use the D-pad to highlight the Input line, then scroll until you see
yours. Any microphone you have used with your PS3 will be listed, but
only the current one will be available to select.
Set the "Microphone Level" to 3. You can change the level any time if needed.
Speak into the headset, and the level bar at the top of the screen should move at the sound of your voice.
You can also view a list of Bluetooth accessories you have registered in the "Manage Bluetooth Devices" tab under "Settings". If your mic doesn't appear there then try pairing it again.
There are more ways to configure the audio input and output that can be useful:
the input to (your mic) and leave the output on (default)- one person
can chat with the other players, and the replys will play over your TV
speakers rather than into your mic. Great when sharing one console
because everyone can hear the team talk.
the input and output to (default)- you will hear the game sound and
voice chat through your TV speakers but won't be able to talk back.
Great if you don't have a headset, or if you want the room to hear the
Set the output to (default)
to use stereo headphones with your TV or receiver. Then set the input
to (your mic) and you can chat while wearing stereo headphones. Keeping
the mic close to your face could be a problem since both ears are
already taken! You could try a USB desktop mic and see if that works.
and here's a video in case you are a visual learner.
I don't know how far the PS3 Network is with resolving their current issue, but it's effecting pretty much every PS3 (except slim's) connected to the internet. Some players are losing trophies, some are losing in-game data, and some lose all functionality of their PS3's. Google PS3 Network Issue to read the most current updates. Please adhere to the warnings and limit PS3 usage until the problem is fully resolved. It has something to do with the clock functions.
if you setup your wireless in adhoc mode like useing the pc wirless it wont work because ps3 doesnt see adhoc wireless.
and for the ethernet connection is the pc setup right. you have to enable internet sharing on the accuall interface that has internet.. If local area connection 1 is connected to internet and local area connection 2 is plugged into ps3 then under local area connection 1 settings you have to set share this connection and in the drop down menu select local area connection 2. other than that you need to buy a router.