Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC v. Hotz et al
Exhibit A to 107 Miller Declaration filed bySony Computer Entertainment America LLC. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A pt. 2, # 2 Exhibit A pt. 3, # 3 Exhibit A pt. 4)(Related document(s) 107 ) (Smith, Mehrnaz) (Filed on 3/19/2011) Modified on 3/21/2011 (ys, COURT STAFF).
Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC v. Hotz et al
DECLARATION OF MARVIN MILLER IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT AMERICA LLC'S OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANT GEORGE HOTZ'S MOTION TO DISMISS FOR LACK OF PERSONAL JURISDICTION AND IMPROPER VENUE
Manual de Instrucciones
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Before using this product, carefully read all product documentation and retain it for future reference. Antes de utilizar este producto, lea detenidamente toda la documentación del producto y consérvela para consultarla en e1 futuro.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualiied personnel only.
Caution Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The use of optical instruments with this product wil
increase eye hazard.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment should be installed and operated with at least 20 cm (8 in) and more between the radiator and person's body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and legs). This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter, The wireless controller complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that are deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption ratio (SAR).
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This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product under IEC60825-
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
_ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
_ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. _ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected,
_ Consult the dealer or an experienced radiofT technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
If you have questions about this product. contact SCEA Consumer Services (..~ back cover) or write to: Sony Computer Entertainment America Consumer Services/Technical Support
Photosensitvity /Ep i I epsy /Se izu res
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a television screen or when playing video games may trigger epileptic seizures or blackouts in these individuals, These conditions may trigger previously undetected epileptic symptoms or seizures in persons who have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family, has an epileptic condition or has had seizures of any kind, consult your physician before playing.
IMMEDIATELY DISCONTINUE use and consult your physician before resuming gameplay if you or your child experience any of the following health problems or
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received. including interference that may cause undesired operation of this device.
· eye or muscle twitches, · loss of awareness,
· seizures. or
. any involuntary movement or convulsion.
RESUME GAMEPLAY ONLY ON APPROVAL OFYOUR PHYSICIAN.
Use and handling of video games to reduce the likelihood of a
. Use in a well-lit area and keep as far away as possible from the television
About the lithium coin memory back-up battery
The lithium coin memory back-up battery inside this product contains Perchlorate. The following statement is required by the State of California, USA:
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See
screen, . Avoid large screen televisions. Use the smallest television screen available, . Avoid prolonged use of the PS3TM system. Take a 15-minute break during each
hour of play.
. Avoid playing when you are tired or need sleep,
Radio waves may affect electronic equipment or medical devices (for example, pacemakers), which may cause mallunctions and possible injuries.
Notice about U.S. Export Administration Regulations
This product contains software that is subject
. If you use a pacemaker or other medical device, consult your physician or the manufacturer of your medical device before using the wireless networking feature (Bluetooth" and wireless LAN).
. Do not use the wireless networking feature in the following locations:
to certain restrictions under the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and may not be exported or re-exported to U.S. embargoed destinations. In addition this product may not be exported or re-exported to persons and entities prohibited by the U.S. Export Administration
- Areas where wireless network use is prohibited, such as in hospitals. Abide
by medical institution regulations when using the system on their premises.
- Areas near fire alarms, automatic doors and other types of automated equipment.
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This model of the PlayStationcg system is designed to play PlayStationcg format software and has limited backward compatibility. This system is not compatible
with and will not play PlayStation,,2 format software. Some PlayStation.. format
software may play on this system. For more information, visit
The system software included within this product is subject to a limited license from Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Refer to http://www.scei.co.jp/ps3-eula for
About national export control
This product may fall within the scope of national export control
legislation, You must comply fully with the requirements of such legislation and of all other applicable laws of any jurisdiction in relation to this product.
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Before using this product, carefully read all the precautions.
This product has been designed with the highest concern for safety. However. any electrical device, if used improperly, has the potential for causing fire, electrical shock or personal injury. To help ensure accident-free operation, follow these
. Any 1V or component connected to the system must be functioning properly and free of defects, If a 1V or component connected to the system is faulty or defective, it may cause damage to the TV or component, or to the system itself. As with all electrical products, connection to faulty or defective components, or the failure to connect to a properly wired outlet, may cause sparking and pose a fire hazard.
. Do not touch the system or connected cables or accessories during an
. Observe all warnings, precautions and instructions.
. Do not use the system or accessories near water.
. Regularly inspect the AC power cord for damage.
. Stop use, unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet and disconnect any other cables immediately if the device functions in an abnormal manner, produces unusual sounds or smells or becomes too hot to touch. . For more information on product safety and support, visit our website (..~ back cover),
. Do not allow liquid, small particles or other foreign objects to get into the system or accessories.
. Do not touch the connectors of the system or accessories.
. Do not expose the system or accessories to dust, smoke or steam. Also, do not
place the system in an area subject to excessive dust or cigarette smoke, Dust build-up or cigarette smoke residue on the internal components (such as the lens) may cause the system to malfunction.
. Do not expose the system or accessories to high temperatures, high humidity
Use and handling
. Use in a well-lit area and keep as far away as possible from the television
or direct sunlight.
. Do not place the system or accessories on surfaces that are unstable, tilted or
subject to vibration.
. Avoid prolonged use of the PS3TM system and wireless controller.
. Stop using the system immediately if you begin to feel tired or if you experience discomfort or pain in your hands or arms while operating the wireless controller. If the condition persists, consult a doctor.
. If you experience any of the following health problems. discontinue use of the
. Do not set the system other than in the vertical or horizontal position. When settng the system in the vertical position, use the vertical stand (sold separately) for this model of the system. Also, do not change the position of the system while it is turned on.
. Be careful when carrying the system. If you do not have a good grip, the
system may drop causing potential damage or injury.
system immediately. If symptoms persist, consult with your physician.
- Dizziness, nausea, fatigue or symptoms similar to motion sickness
. Do not move 'or change the position of the system with a disc inserted. The vibration may result in scratching of the disc or the system.
- Discomfort or pain in a part of the body. such as eyes, ears, hands or arms
. Keep the system and accessories, including cable ties and fasteners, out of the reach of small children.
. Do not connect cables other than a USB cable while the system is turned on
. Do not turn off the system while data is being saved on or loaded from the hard disk.
. Do not stand on or put objects on the system, and do not stack the system with
(power indicator is lit solid green).
· Do not place the system and connected accessories on the floor or in a place where they may cause someone to trip or stumble.
- When using the controller, grip it firmly to make sure it cannot slip out of your
· Do not allow bodily contact with the system or air from the system vents for an
extended period of time while in use. Extended contact under these conditions may cause low-temperature burns.
· When connecting the system to a plasma or projection' TV. do not leave a still image on the TV screen for an extended period of time. as this may leave a faint image permanently on the screen.
hand. - If using a controller that is connected to the PS3TM system with a USB cable.
make sure there is enough space for the cable so that the cable will not hit a
person or object. Also, take care to avoid pulling the cable out of the PS3TM
system while using the controller.
, These notes also apply to other controllers,
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· Parents are encouraged to monitor children in online activities to ensure safe
Do not block any vents. To maintain good ventilation, follow the guidelines below:
and responsible Internet usage,
· Place the system at least 10 cm (4 in) away from a wall surface.
Notes on safety when using the DUALSHOCK(I3
· Do not place on a carpet or rug with long fibers.
· Stop using the system immediately if you begin to feel tired or if you experience discomfort or pain in your hands or arms while operating the DUALSHOCKoo Wireless Controller. If the condition persists. consult a doctor.
· The vibration function of the DUALSHOCKoo Wireless Controller can aggravate injuries. Do not use the vibration function if you have any ailment or injury to the bones, joints or muscles of your hands or arms. If you have an ailment or an injury, do not play software titles that contain the vibration function using the DUALSHOCKoo Wireless Controller unless you have set the vibration function
· Do not place in a narrow or cramped space,
· Do not cover with cloth.
· Do not allow dust to build up on the vents.
AC power cord use
· Any TV or component connected to the system must be functioning properly and free of defects, If a TV or component is faulty or defective, it may cause damage to the TV or component, or to the system itself. As with all electrical products, connection to faulty or defective components. or the failure to connect to a properly wired outlet. may cause sparking and pose a fire hazard.
· Do not plug the AC power cord for the system into an electrical outlet until you have made all other connections. Make sure the TV or other component is
· Avoid prolonged use of the DUALSHOCKoo Wireless Controller. Take a break at about 30-minute intervals.
· Note that some software titles set the vibration function to (On) by default. To disable the vibration function. press the PS butlon of the controller, and then
unplugged from the electrical outlet prior to connecting it to the system.
· To help ensure safe operation, regularly inspect the AC power cord. If damaged. stop use immediately and contact SCEA Consumer Services (..~ back cover), · Do not use a power cord other than the supplied AC power cord. Do not modify the cord.
select (Controller Settings)" (Vibration Function)" (Off)
· When using the motion sensor function of the wireless controller, be cautious of the following points. If the controller hits a person or object. this may cause accidental injury or damage.
- Before using. check that there is plenty of space around you.
· Do not touch the plug of the AC power cord with wet hands. · Protect the AC power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, expansion receptacles and the point where the cord exits from the
· Do not use a cord for a standard residential telephone line or cables of types
other than those mentioned here. Using the wrong type of cord or cable can cause more electrical current than necessary to flow through the LAN connector, which may lead to heat build-up, fire or malfunction.
system. · Do not place heavy items on the cord. · Do not place the AC power cord near heating equipment and do not expose the cord to heat. · Unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet before cleaning or moving
the system. or when you do not intend to use the system for an extended period of time, When disconnecting, grasp the power cord by the plug and pull straight out of the electrical outlet. Never pull by the cord and do not pull out at an angle.
Wireless networking feature
· The 2.4 GHz range of radio waves used by the wireless networking feature of this product is a range shared by various devices. This product has been designed to minimize the effect of other devices using the same range. However, in some cases interference from other devices may reduce the connection speed, shorten the signal range or cause the connection to be
· Do not connect the AC power cord to a voltage transformer or inverter. Connecting the AC power cord to a voltage transformer for overseas travel or an inverter for use in an automobile may cause heat to build up in the system and may cause burns or a malfunction.
· When using the PS3TM system's scan function to select a wireless LAN access point, access points that are not intended for public use may be displayed. Only connect to an access point that you are authorized to use.
Never disassemble or modify the system or accessories
Use the PS3TM system and accessories according to the instructions in the product documentation. No authorization for the analysis or modification of the system or accessories, or the analysis and use of its circuit configurations, is provided. Unauthorized modification of the system or accessories will void your warranty. There are no user serviceable components inside the PS3TM system (the supplied hard disk may be removed but not disassembled or modified), Additionally, there is a risk of exposure to laser radiation as well as to electrical
If the system or disc is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture may condense on the lens inside the system or on the disc. Should this occur, the system may not operate properly, In this case, remove the disc and turn off and unplug the system. Do not put the disc back in until the moisture evaporates (this may take several hours). If the system still does not operate properly, contact SCEA Consumer Services (..~ back cover) for assistance.
For safety reasons, before cleaning the system or connected accessories, disconnect the AC power cord from the electrical outlet.
· A broadband connection is required to access the Internet. Note that dial-up connectivity is not supported,
· User is responsible for Internet service fees. For details, refer to the information provided in your service contract or contact your Internet service provider,
Exterior surfaces (plastic cover of system and wireless
. Do not expose discs to high temperatures, high humìdity or direct sunlight.
Follow the instructions below to help prevent the product exterior from deteriorating or becoming discolored,
. When discs wil not be used for an extended period of time, store them in their cases. Stacking uncased discs or storing them at an angle can cause them to
. Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
. Do not place any rubber or vinyl materials on the product exterior for an extended period of time.
. Do not use solvents or other chemicals, Do not wipe with a chemically-treated
. Clean discs with a soft cloth, lightly wiping from the center
. Do not use solvents. record cleaners, anti-static spray or other
chemicals as these can damage the discs.
When dust accumulates in the system vents, remove the dust with a low-powered
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Note on compatibilty
Some media may have region or territorial restrictions and may not work with your system. See media packaging for details.
. Do not touch the disc surface when handling a disc; hold it by the edges.
. Do not stick paper or tape onto discs and do not write on discs.
. Fingerprints, dust, dirt or scratches on the disc can distort the picture or reduce sound qualiy. Always handle carefully and check that discs are clean before
Online information about the PS3lM system
This manual explains hardware features and provides basic information about how to set up and operate the PS3TM system, including warnings and precautions for the safe and proper use of the system, For up-to-date information regarding the PS3TM system, you can also access the following information available on the Internet.
Chatting and exchanging messages
Online user's guide htlp:llmanuals.playstation.netldocumentl
This guide contains detailed information about using the PS3TM system software.
Using PlayStation",Network services
System software updates htlp:llwww.us.playstation.comlps3
This site provides the latest information about system software updates.
PlayStationø3 official site htlp:llwww.us.playstation.comlps3
The offcial site for PlayStalionoo products provides the latest information about software titles and hardware accessories,
The official site for PlayStation" product support provides the latest questions and answers about
Connecting to the Internet
Check that you have all of the following items. If any items are missing, contact SCEA Consumer Services (..~ back cover),
o PlayStationlÐ system
o DUALSHOCKe3 Wireless Controller
o AC Power Cord
Adjusting PS3rM system settings
o Printed materials
Selecting users to log in to the PS3rM
Information about system functionality published in this document may vary from the information
for your PS3TM system, depending on the system software version in use.
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Video output in HD (High Definition) resolution - component video
Any TV or component connected to the system must be functioning properly and free of defects. If a TV or component connected to the system is faulty or defective, it may cause damage to the TV or component, or to the system itself. As with all electrical products. connection to faulty or defective components, or the failure to connect to a properly wired outlet, may cause sparking and pose a fire hazard,
AV MULTI OUT
Component AV Cable (sold separately)
Video output in HD (High Definition) resolution - HDMI
If video is not displayed on the screen
If you change the type of cable used to connect the system to a TV, video may not appear on the screen. If video does not appear, turn off the system and then turn it on again by pressing the power button for at least five seconds (until the system beeps twice). The video output setting will be reset and video will be output at standard definition (SD) resolution.
HDMI Cable (sold separately)
· For details about video output cable types and supported video modes, see "Video output on the PS3TM system' (..~ page 16) and "Video output cable types" (..~ page 17). · You can connect audio devices that support digital audio playback, such as an AV receiver for home entertainment use. For details, see 'Connecting digital audio devices" (..~ page 20).
(i Connect an Ethernet cable (sold separately)
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the system to the Internet.
AC IN connector
You can use a wireless network connection to connect to the Internet without using an Ethernet cable. For details. see "Adjusting network settings' (..~ page 28).
Do not connect a standard telephone line or other types of cords or cables that are not compatible with the system directly to the LAN connector on the system, as this may cause heat build-up, fire or malfunction.
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After plugging the AC power cord into the electrical outlet, the power indicator on the
PS3TM system will
light up in solid red (..~ page 21).
Do not plug the AC power cord for the system into an electrical outlet until you have made all other connections, Make sure the 1V or other component is unplugged from the electrical outlet prior to
connecting it to the system,
Performing initial setup of the system software
After turning on the system, perform initial setup.
5 Perform initial setup.
1 Turn on the TV, and then switch the video input of the TV to match the input connector used by the PS3TM system.
2 Press the power button.
The power indicator turns green and the picture is displayed on the TV
3 Connect the wireless controller to the system using a USB
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Follow the on-screen instructions to enter settngs for system language, time
zone, date and time, and user name.
The screen for setting up the Internet connection will be displayed. When connecting using an Ethernet cable. basic settings will be selected automatically if you follow the on-screen instructions. When connecting over a wireless LAN, follow the instructions in 'Adjusting network settings (wireless)' (..~ page 29) to set up the connection. After the settngs have been completed. the XMBTM menu (..~ page 11) wil
be displayed on the TV screen.
4 Press the PS button on the controller.
The system will recognize the controller. After it has recognized the controller. the initial setup screen wil be displayed.
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I cable to connect the system to the TV, a screen for changing the video output resolution will be displayed during initial setup. If you select (Yes) on the screen and then press the (8 button, the optimal output resolution will be selected automatically. . For details on entering text, see 'Using the on-screen keyboard' (..~ page 34).
. Settngs entered during initial setup can be changed under ¡: (Settings) or
it (Users), For details. refer to the online user's guide
Video output on the PS3lM system
The PS3TM system can output two types of resolution: HO and SO. Refer to the instruction manual for the TV in use to check which video mode is
HD (High Delinilon)
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SD (Standard Delinition)
., This number indicates the number of scan lines, Note that "i' stands for "interlace" and "p" stands for 'progressive'. Using progressive results in high-quality video with minimal flickering. '2 The video output setting on the system will display as (Standard (NTSC)).
Screens showing the difference in resolution
Video output cable types
The resolution displayed on the TV varies depending on the input connectors on the TV and the type of cable in use. Select a cable to match the TV in use.
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"' Depending on the type of ìV or content to be played. some video modes may not be supported. If a device that is not compatible with the HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) standard is connected to the system using an HDMI cable, video and/or audio cannot be output from the system. Copyright-protected Blu-ray video discs can only be output at 1080p using an HDMI cable connected to a device that is compatible with the HDCP (Highband-width Digital Content Protection) standard, "2 Connect the system to the TV using an HDMI cable (sold separately), An HDMI cable can output both video and audio and enables you to enjoy digital-quality video and audio. "3 The video output selling on the system will display as (Standard (NTSC)),
video at HD resolutions (..~ page 16) on a TV.
3 Confirm the screen, and then press the (8 button.
If you changed the connector in step 2, a screen for confirming the change will be displayed.
Depending on the type of cables and the connectors used, you may need to adjust the PS3TM system's video output settings to display
4 Confirm the settings, select (Yes), and then press the (8 button.
If you changed the connector in step 2, a screen for confirming the settngs will be displayed.
If video is not displayed
· Switch the video input of the TV to match the input connector used to
connect to the system.
· Turn off the system. and then turn it on again by pressing the power button for at least five seconds (until the system beeps twice). The video output setting will be reset and video wil be output at standard definition (SD) resolution.
1 Select ¡¡ (Settings) i+ 0 (Display Settings) i+ (Video Output
Settings), and then press the (8 button.
2 Select the Input connector (..~ page 17) In use on the TV, and
5 Select the resolutions supported by the TV, and then press the
then press the. button.
The resolution displayed on the TV varies depending on the input connector
and the type of cable used (..~ page 17), The highest resolution you
selected will be used for video output.
Depending on the connector selected in step 2. this screen may not be displayed,
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Select all resolutions that are supported by your TV.
If you select (HDMI), you wil have the option to choose (Automatic) or (Custom) on the next screen. In most cases, select (Automatic). and video output settings will be completed automatically.
If you select (AV MULTI
Cl480p -- .
C 720p -
I SCART). you must choose the type of output signal
18 on the next screen. In most cases, select iY Pb/Cb Pr/Cr).
6 Confirm the settings, select (Yes), and then press the Q9 button.
Depending on the connector selected in step 2 and the resolutions selected
in step 5, this screen may not be displayed.
9 Adjust audio output settings.
Continue on to adjust audio output settings. Adjust settings to match the TV
or audio device in use.
7 Select the type of TV, and then press the ~ button.
If you selected (Standard (NTSC)) or (480p) in step 5. a screen for selecting the TV screen size will be displayed. Adjust the setting to match the TV in use.
If you selected (720p) or a higher resolution in step 5, the TV type will automatically be set to 16:9 and the screen for selecting the TV screen size
If you select (HDMI), you will have the option to choose (Automatic) or (Manual) on the next screen. In most cases. select (Automatic). If using a cable other than an HDMI cable to output audio from the TV, select (Audio Input Connector I SCART I AV MULTI). If using an optical digital cable to output audio, select (Digital Out (Optical)) and choose the output format
on the next screen.
10 Confirm the settings, and then press
wil not be displayed.
the Q9 button.
8 Confirm the settings, and then press the Q9 button.
The video output settngs will be saved on the system.
The audio output settings will be saved on the system.
You can adjust audio output settings under ¡¡ (Settings)" ~,) (Sound Settings)
.. (Audio Output Settings),
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Connecting digital audio devices
You can connect audio devices that support digital audio playback, such as an AV receiver for home entertainment use.
Examples when connecting an audio device
An HDMI cable or optical digital cable can be used to connect an
audio device to the PS3TM system.
Audio output on the PS3lM system
The supported channels may vary depending on the output connector
Optical digital cable
to be used.
PS3TM system output connectors
AV MULTI OUT connector
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector
Channels that can be used for output
HDMI OUT connector
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Optical digital ~
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cable for audio
· When connecting a digital audio device to the system, go to ~ (Settngs) ..
14') (Sound Settngs)" (Audio Output Settings). and then adjust the settngs as necessary for the audio device.
· Normally, audio cannot be output simultaneously from multiple output connectors. For example, if your PS3TM system is connected to a TV via an HDMI cable and to an audio device via an optical digital cable and (Digital Out (Optical)) is set under (Audio Output Settings). audio wil no longer be output from the TV and will only be output from the audio device. · The system can output both audio and video through an HDMI cable. If both the TV and the audio device have HDMI connectors, you can output the TV picture to the TV through a connected audio device. · If a device is connected to the PS3TM system via an HDMI cable, do not turn off the device while the system is turned on (power indicator is lit solid green), as doing so may cause sound distortion or produce abnormal sounds,
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Turning the PS3TM system on and off
Turning on the system
1 Press the power button.
Turning off the system
Press the power button.
The power indicator lights up in solid red,
The power indicator lights up in solid green to indicate that the system is
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2 Press the PS button on the controller.
When the power indicator is lit solid green or flashing green, be sure to abide by the notices below. If you do not, data loss or corruption, or damage to the system may occur.
After the controller number is assigned, you can use the controller to operate
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. Do not unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet. . Do not move or change the position of the system.
Power indicator status
You can check the power indicator on the PS3TM system to see the current status of the system.
. Before using a wireless controller, you must first pair it with the system (..~ page 22). . You can also turn the PS3TM system on and off using the PS button on the wireless controller. If you use the PS button to turn on the system, the controller number wil be assigned at the same time, To turn off the system, press the PS button for more than one second, and then follow the on-screen instructions. . You can also turn off the PS3TM system from the XMBTM menu. Select
.. (Users)" (! (Turn Off System).
System turning off
System off (in standby mode)
. If you will not be using the system for a long period of time, check that the power indicator is lit solid red, and then unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet.
Using the wireless controller
Preparing for use
To use a wireless controller, you must first register or 'pair" the controller with the PS3TM system and assign a number to the controller,
Step 2: Assign a controller number
Each time you turn on the system, a number must be assigned to the controller.
Press tiie PS button.
Step 1: Pair the system and the controller.
. When using for the first time . Wlien using witli a different PS3TM system
All of the port indicators flash,
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Wlien tlie controller has been assigned a number. the port indicators for the assigned
nUmbE.f turn solid red.
Step 2: Assign a controller number.
Every time the system is turned on
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You can connect up to 7 controllers at one time. The controller number
Step 1: Pair the system and the controller
When using the controller for the first time or when using with a different PS3TM system, you must first pair the devices, If you turn on the system and connect the controller using a USB cable, the pairing will be completed automatically.
is shown by the number above the port indicators, For numbers 5-7,
add the numbers of the lit indicators.
Example: Controller number 5 has been assigneci.
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Check that the system iS lurned 011
(power indicator is lit solid green).
· Pairing and assigning controller numbers can only be done when the system is
turned on (power indicator is lit solid green). · When a paired controller is used with another PS3TM system. the pairing with the original system is cleared. Pair the controller with the system again if the controller has been used with another system.
· If the controller or the system is turned off, the port indicators on the controller
will turn off and the assigned number will be cleared.
Using the controller wirelessly
If you disconnect the USB cable, you can use the controller wirelessly. To use it wirelessly, the controller's battery must be charged.
Battery charge level
If you press and hold down the PS button for more than one second,
you can check the battery charge level on the screen.
· The USB cable can be connected or disconnected while the controller and the system are turned on. · If the controller does not function, press the PS button, and then reassign the controller number.
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Charging the controller
With the system turned on (power indicator is lit solid green), connect the controller to the system using a USB cable. The port indicators of the controller flash slowly and charging begins. When charging has completed, the port indicators stop flashing,
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The battery has plenty of charge. The battery has started losing its charge.
The battery charge level is low.
· The controller can be used while charging. · Charge in an environment where the temperature range is between
10°C - 30°C (50°F - 86°F). Charging may not be as effective when performed in other environments.
· The controller cannot be charged when the system is off (in standby mode).
. The battery has a limited life span. Battery charge duration will gradually decrease with repeated usage and age.
· Battery life also varies depending on the storage method, usage state, environment and other factors.
The battery has no charge, The port indicators on the controller flash rapidly, Charge the controller.
Depending on the environment or the conditions of use, the remaining charge level may not display correctly and the battery duration may vary.
Blu-ray Disc (BD)/DVD/CD
1 Insert the disc.
The eject indicator turns solid blue to indicate that the disc is inserted,
2 An icon is displayed In the XMBTM menu, and playback of the
Ejecting a disc
Stop playback, and then press the eject button.
If the disc does not automatically start, select the icon for the disc from the XMBTM menu, and then press the (8 button,
Insert tiie disc witli the
label side facing up.
. Discs that are not compatible with the system cannot be
. To play commercially available BD video software, in
some cases the encryption key' may need to be renewed. The encryption key can be renewed when the system software is updated (..~ page 33). . AACS (Advanced Access Control System) key
Playing content on USB devices
You can connect external devices, such as devices that are compatible with USB Mass Storage Class, using a USB cable, Devices can be connected while the system is turned on. Refer also to the instructions supplied with the device.
1 Connect the USB device.
An icon is displayed on the screen.
· Do not remove USB devices or turn off the system while data is being
saved, loaded or deleted. Doing so may cause data loss or corruption. · When using a USB flash drive with a write-protect switch, do not operate the switch when the device is connected to the system. Doing so may cause data loss or corruption.
File formats that can be played or viewed
File formats that can be played or viewed on this system include ATRACTM, MP3, AAC, JPEG and MPEG-4. For the latest information, refer to the online user's guide (hUp://manuals.playstation ,net/document/).
External device such as a digitai camera
2 Select the icon, and then press the (8 button.
· Only files that are playable or viewable on the PS3TM system are displayed in the column for the compatible category (Example: Image data is displayed
A list of playable content is displayed.
under é (Photo)). · Depending on the storage media, only a subset of the folders on the media
may be displayed. If you select (Display All) from the options menu (..~ page 11), all folders saved on the media wil be displayed.
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For information on backing up files saved on the hard disk, see .Backing up data. (..~ page 36).
m USB Device (USB Flash Disk)
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Starting a game
When you insert the disc, the game starts automatically.
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. Operation of all PlayStation", format software titles is not guaranteed. Visit http://www.us.playstation.com for the latest information on software that can be
played on this system.
This model of the PiayStationii3 system is designed to play PiayStationii3 format software and has limited backward compatibility. This system is not compatible with and will not play PlayStation",2 format software. Some PlayStationli format software may play on this system. For more information, visit www.us.playstation.com.
Insert the disc with the label side tacing up.
Quitting a game
During gameplay, press the PS button on the wireless controller. Then
select" (Game) .. 0) (Quit Game) to quit the game.
Depending on the type of software, such as PlayStation", format software,
0) (Quit Game) may not be displayed when the PS button is pressed. In this
case, select (Quit Game) from the screen that is displayed.
You can change controller settings by selecting ;¡ (Settings)" D
Controller Vibration Function
1 Select" (Game) ..Ii (Memory Card Utilty (PSLPS2)), and
then press the (g button.
2 Select i:+ (Create New Internal Memory Card), and then press
If a controller port or number is specified by the softare, you can use this setting to assign the appropriate controller port or number.'
You can set the vibration function to on or off. It is set to (On)
the (g button.
3 Select (Internal Memory Card (PS)), and then press the (g button.
. You cannot assign controller port 2-D using this system.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.
You can change settings for the controller during game
play by pressing the
1 Select" (Game) ..Ii (Memory Card Utilty (PSLPS2)), and
PS button. Select;¡ (Settngs) .. D (Accessory Settings) in the XMBTM screen,
or select (Controller Settings) from the screen that is displayed,
then press the (g butt~n.
Saved data for PlayStationt63 format software
Saved data for PlayStation~3 format software is saved on the system's
2 Select the Internal memory card that you want to use, and then
hard disk. The data is displayed under" (Game) .. CJ (Saved Data
press the ~ button.
Select (Assign Slots). and then assign (Slot 1) or (Slot 2).
Saved data for PlayStationt6 format software
To save data from PlayStation~ format software, you must create internal memory cards on the hard disk and assign the cards to slots.
· Depending on the software, slots may be preassigned. For details, refer to the instructions supplied with the software.
. You can assign slots during gamep1ay. Press the PS button on the wireless
controller, and then select (Assign Slots) from the screen that is displayed.
This system does not support playback of PlayStation,,2 format softare. Even if you create an internal memory card for PlayStation,,2 format software, you will not be able to use it to play games.
Adjusting network settings
Example of a network configuration (wired)
A wired network configuration requires items II. ~ and ~.
Example of a network configuration (wireless)
A wireless network configuration requires items II and ~.
II Network gateway device
II Network gateway device
such as a DSL modem"'2
such as a DSL modem"-'
~ Wireless router
(access point) -,,'
To tlie Internet line
To tiie Internet line
~ Etliernet cable
" The connection method may vary depending on the environment in use. For example, you may be able to connect Ethernet cables directly into the wall outlet in installed LAN ports. If you are using such a network environment. you do not need a network gateway device. housing complex units that have pre '2 Dial-up connectivity is not supported. '3 A router is a device that enables multiple devices to be connected to one Internet line. A router may be necessary if a PS3TM system and other devices such as a PC
will be connected to the Internet at the same time using one Internet connection. A router is not necessary if the DSL or cable modem or other network device has built-in router functionality, '4 A wireless router is a device that adds access point functionality to a router. A wireless network configuration requires settings information for the access point (5SID,
WEP key. WPA key) (..~ page 30).
Adjusting network settings (wireless)
Adjusting network settings (wired)
1 Check that an Ethernet cable is not connected to the system.
1 Connect an Ethernet cable (sold separately) to the system.
2 Select ii (Settings)" G (Network Settings) .. (Internet
Connection Settings). and then press the (8 button.
A message stating that the Internet connection wil be terminated is displayed.
2 Select ii (Settings)" G (Network Settings)" (Internet
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Connection Settings). and then press the (8 button.
A message stating that the Internet connection wil be terminated is
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Current Setting Wired Connection
3 Select (Yes). and then press the (8 button.
3 Select (Yes). and then press the (8 button.
4 Select (Easy). and then press the ~ button. 4 Select (Easy), and then press the ~ button.
Basic settings are adjusted automatically.
5 Select (Wireless). and then press the ~ button.
Basic settings are adjusted automatically, and a list of the settings is displayed. If the list is not displayed, you must adjust custom settings, Refer
to the instructions supplied by your Internet service provider to adjust the
custom settings (..~ page 31).
5 Perform the Internet connection test.
If the connection is successful, you will be able to connect to the Internet.
Adjusting network settings
6 Adjust wireless LAN settings.
Select the access point that you want to use. You can usually select (Scan) and choose an access point within range of your system.
. SSID and WEP/WPA keys are types of security information that are required when connecting to an access point. If you do not have this information, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.
System scans for a nearby access point. Select the access point that you want to use.
Specify the access point by entering its SSID manually.
. Depending on the access point you use, you may need the MAC address for the PS3TM system when connecting to the Internet. You can find the MAC
address for the PS3n" system by going to;: (Settings).. ~ (System
Settings) .. (System Information).
Use the automatic setting feature of the access point. You can follow the on-screen instructions to complete
the required settings automatically.
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* For information on access points that support automatic setup (AOSSTM), contact the access point manufacturers.
7 Adjust the security settings for the wireless network.
. When connecting to the Internet wirelessly, signal interference may occur depending on the usage condition of the wireless network devices. If the Internet data transfer speed is decreased or the wireless controller does not function properly, try using a wired Internet connection.
Enter the encryption key for the access point. If you selected (Automatic) in
step 6, this screen wil not be displayed.
Encryption key is not set.
Enter the encryption key, The encryption key field will display an asterisk (*) for each character you enter.
8 Check the settings.
A list of the settings is displayed. If the list is not displayed, you must adjust custom settings. Refer to the instructions supplied by your Internet service provider to adjust the custom settings (..~ page 31).
9 Perform the Internet connection test.
If the connection is successful, you will be able to connect to the Internet.
Adjusting custom settngs
In certain network environments. some settings may not be adjusted
Specify the MTU value used when transmitting data. You can usually select (Automatic),
automatically by selecting (Easy). Refer to the information below and
also follow the on-screen instructions to adjust custom settings.
Specify the proxy server to be used. You can usually select (Do Not Use).
Ethernet operation mode
Specify the Ethernet data transfer rate and operation method, You can usually select (Auto-Detect).
IP Address Setting
Specify the method for obtaining an IP address when connecting to the Internet. The method varies depending on the Internet service provider
Enable or disable UPnP (Universal Plug and Play), You can usually
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If (UPnPJ is setto
(Disable). online communication may be restricted when using the voice I video chat feature or communication features in games.
Use the IP address allocated by the DHCP server.
Enter the IP address manually.
Connect to the Internet using PPPoE. Enter the user name
and password supplied by your Internet service provider,
DHCP host name
Specify the OHCP server host name. You can usually select (Do Not Set).
Specify the ONS server. The method varies depending on the Internet
service provider you use.
System acquires the DNS server address automatically.
Enter the DNS server address manually. Enter the IP addresses of the primary and secondary DNS servers that are supplied by your Internet service provider.
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