How to configure the sound of my PlayStation 5? – All about audio

The PlayStation 5 offers the possibility of listening to music while playing, that is, it has an external audio that you can use as you wish. If you have been able to squeeze the juice to the audio of your console surely you know what we are talking about, that is why today we will teach you the right way to configure the audio of your PS5 for you to enjoy it even more. 

What audio factors can we configure on a PS5?

The PlayStation 5 has a variety of elements that can be changed to your liking in order to improve the audio experience. Among all the things that can be done we will show you below the most striking ones. The best thing about this is that there is no need to add backgrounds to the PlayStation.

Output device

To configure the output device you have to go to the main menu and then to Settings; locate the Sound option, select it and make the changes you want. You can choose to let the console act automatically by detection, it is more practical but you have to be attentive to avoid the orange light on the console. 

HDMI device type

To configure the HDMI of the console just stay in the sound menu, the same PlayStation 5 will announce you that the option is present, since the cable also sends sound and audio. Once you have found the option, just select the device you have connected via HDMI and configure it.

Speaker positions

This is done manually and is achieved by moving the speakers until you get the right balance so that the sound experience is the best for you. You can test this by activating the main mode of the console and letting any sound play in general, you can change it to your liking.

Enable 3D audio

This option greatly improves the sound experience because depending on what you listen to you will have the opportunity to place it in 3D mode so that it can be enjoyed three-dimensionally. To activate it go to the sound settings of your PlayStation 5, then look for the TV option, you will see a drop down menu where you will find the option ‘3D audio access’, select it and then activate it. 

Sound Effects

This option is used very often in games and allows you to configure the audio to enhance scrolling moments. You can turn it on and off at any time, normally the option is disabled on the PlayStation 5 but from the ‘Settings – Audio’ option you can activate it at any time. 

Audio Priorities

This option is one of the best within the PS5 as it is responsible for prioritizing the audio outputs under a configuration. If you have several devices connected you will have to configure which one has priority and therefore the sound will be heard much better through one output as opposed to others.

Why should I enable 3D audio on my PS5?

The PlayStation 3D audio is without a doubt a fun and at the same time quite enjoyable option. One of the main reasons for using this option is the fact of being able to enjoy the surround sound that this experience provides, it is capable of playing up to 5000 sound sources simultaneously and the best way to exploit it is by using a headset.

What other surround audio formats can I use on my PS5?

The best way to enjoy the surround audio provided by the PS5 is by using headphones. However, there are some audio formats that are compatible and offer good quality 3D audio. We will now show you a list of these formats, remember that if any of them do not work, you can contact PlayStation technical support.

Dolby Digital (max 5.1ch)

This technology can be used in home theaters, smartphones and browsers, the fact that it can be used in the PlayStation 5 makes the Dolby Audio experience really good. It has up to 7.1 channels of surround sound considered high fidelity for the user to fully enjoy.

Dolby Digital Plus (max 7.1ch)

This Dolby is characterized by being twice as efficient as Dolby Digital, has a 7.1-channel audio with support for video services. It is specially used to provide a clean and immersive sound at lower bit rates than normal. Together with PS5 it can encode at rates between 96 and 128 Kbps.

Dolby TrueHD (max 7.1ch)

This audio is also known as MLP and is commonly used with HD and UHD Blu-ray. It supports up to 24-bit audio and up to 7 channels of audio as well as immersive audio. Working with the PlayStation 5 it has the ability to average around 6000 Kbps at 48 kHz up to a maximum of 18000 Kbps.

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