PS3 System Software Update 4.20 to arrive tomorrow

Sleep easy tonight, boys and girls – there will be a new PS3 System Software Update 4.20 tomorrow for your beloved PS3 console, where this particular update will feature a bunch of minor updates that will help strengthen functionality while improving your overall experience. The previous update, version 4.10 which came out a few months ago, allowed you to throw in a feature which let you hear your own voice via the Wireless Stereo Headset whenever you play multiplayer modes. This kind of audio feedback is known as “sidetone”, and Sony is pleased to announce that system software update 4.20 will bring about an improvement to sidetone audio performance as it enables you to select one out of five levels for microphone audio, with the option to turn the feature off completely if you do not want your ears enjoy such an experience.

Folks who rely on a Wireless Stereo Headset when watching their favorite movies on Blu-ray or DVD on the PS3 will definitely welcome PS3 System Software Update 4.20, as it opens up a whole new world of audio performance with the enabling of virtual surround sound functionality, delivering a superior audio experience in the process. Not only that, you can also set the amount of time that the system will wait before it turns itself off automatically.

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