Naughty Dog – Platinum Wireless Headset: 3D Audio Dev Diary | PS4

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The team at Naughty Dog was excited to take advantage of this new technology to make Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End sound better than ever. Check out the video to hear more about how 3D Audio brings new life to Nathan Drake’s adventures.

Features
• Enhanced 7.1 virtual surround sound powered by 3D audio technology
• Extended life rechargeable battery
• Advanced, noise cancelling hidden mics
• Wireless use with PlayStation®4 and personal computers
• 3.5mm compatible for use with PlayStation®VR and mobile devices
• Folds up for easy travel, protective pouch included

Uncharted is a trademark of Sony Interactive Entertainment America LLC. Compatibility with the PS4™ System may require a system software update. Sony Entertainment Network account and internet service required. Headset also compatible with many mobile devices and select personal computers using Windows and Select Mac operating systems. For PSVr Use the inlvuded 3.5mm audio cable. PlayStation and the PS family logo are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Greatness Awaits is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment LLC.All trademarks and copyrights are properties of their respective owners.

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37 COMMENTS

  1. great, in theory… how many games will actually support this though? Seems like something the sound engineers during development of games have to specifically program the audio to work with. Otherwise are these just going to simulate a 5.1 setup through the playstation software? Or will we be stuck with 2.0 audio?

    I need answers before I consider dropping that kinda cash.

  2. Got Astro a50's as they are great but they cut out every now and then, I wonder what the bottom end will be like on these?.i bought the a50's over the gold headset (gold have no bass). Also the vr headset has a 3.5mm jack for 3D audio , I swapped the supplied ear buds for a good set of Sony deep bass ear buds and its all you need for vr trust me and I have a50's…but the question is do these plug into the vr 3.5mm jack for 3D audio?

  3. when is this coming out ? I see so many dates on different sites .. 12th, 31 st, 16th, 19th, 21st, 25th . Anybody know the actually day Sony said ?

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