Sony Interactive Entertainment’s PlayStation 5 is a next-generation video gaming system. The console is speedier, boasts better graphics, and has a better user interface than its predecessor, the Playstation 4.
One of the most cutting-edge devices to hit the market recently was the PS5. The PS5 truly stands out in the market in all regards, whether it is for its stylish appearance, potent performance, or breathtaking graphics. Except for the storage capacity, which is a little less for huge games these days, the PS5 has things to offer that really make up for it, like a blazing fast SSD resulting in quicker load times, immersive audio and killer haptics from the new Dualsense controller. The console also included a tonne of brand-new features that weren’t included in any consoles from previous generations. Today, we’ll discuss one such feature—3D Audio—and how you can enable it for your TV speakers or headphones on the PS5. So, keep reading.
How do I configure 3D audio on my PS5 headset and TV speakers?
Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to set up 3D audio on your PS5:
Step 1: From the “Home Screen“, click on the “Settings” icon on your top-right. Scroll down and select “Sound“.
Step 2: Under “Audio Output“, select the “Output device” (TV speakers or headphones) that you want to use.
Step 3: If you select the output device as headphones, scroll on down to “Output for Headphones” and make sure that it is set to “All Audio“. Then turn on the “Enable 3D audio for headphones” option. If you select the output device as TV, then just scroll down and turn on the “Enable 3D audio for TV Speakers” option. You can also use the “Measure room acoustics” option to set up the 3D audio according to your room structure.
That’s all, folks! We hope that we were able to help you set up 3D audio on your PS5 console.
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