Monthly Archives: May 2005

Its Not Geeky Its Just a child Play : Sony PS3

I dont know what The Sony Corp. Japan is Upto. Launching the PS3 head on with XBOX 360 of Microsoft, which obviously cant compete with sony. Imagine 2 Terafolps of computing Device in ur hand in just of kids… 2.18 teraflops of performance.

I was just going through This aritcle.
Nothing much is left to say. Where this world is going. Would love to get comments after reading that article.

I surely would like to put in SONY PS3 Specifications here:
-Blu-Ray media support with 6x today’s DVD storage
-Backwards compatibility to PS2 and PS1 (touche Xbox 360)
-Memory Stick Duo, SD, and Compact Flash memory slots
-Detachable 2.5 inch hard-drive-Support for 7 Bluetooth controllers
-6 USB slots (4 in front, 2 in the back-3.2 Ghz Cell processor with 2.18 teraflops of performance
-255mb XDR RAM at 3.2ghz, 256mb GDDR VRAM at 700mhz
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I have nothing much left to say about this……………..Nothing but “Its a Sony” 😉

Yeh Dil Mange More

Picked from Home Entertainment Hacks :

roy leamon just wasn’t satisfied with 5.1 discrete audio channels, so he went to work hacking together a 24 channel sound system that he calls the lsd (laemon sound device). the 24 seperate speakers are controlled over firewire by a mac g5.
it’s a bit difficult to imagine what is possible with this system. you could realistically have a seperate sound source for each instrument in your recording. you could move a single source around the room in a way that a 5.1 system can only attempt to imitate. there are a lot of possibilities.
this one is not for the faint of heart or light of wallet. though it’s constructed from off the shelf components, roy estimates that it would take $12-15k to reproduce his system. that figure just shattered any hopes that i had of being a true audiophile. this is probably ok — i don’t have the skillz to juggle 12 turntables anyway.