PlayStation 5 Settings and Features

Did you know your PlayStation 5 Console has many Settings and Features such as Haptic Feedback, Adaptive Triggers, 3D Audio and more we will explain to you how to adjust a few of these Settings to help maximize your PlayStation 5 Experience.

PlayStation 5 Once you are logged in you will want to navigate to the Settings icon It looks like a gear This is where you will be able to adjust Your PlayStation 5 System Settings.

1. Sound

PlayStation 5 Settings: Sound

This is where you can adjust your Microphone, Audio Output and Volume.

1.1 Enable 3D Audio

PlayStation 5 Settings: Sound Audio Output - Enable 3D Audio

3D Audio is an innovative New Feature that can be experienced through Headphones to use it make sure to connect your Headphones to the Controller or the Console.

1.2 Adjust 3D Audio Profile

PlayStation 5 Settings: Sound Audio Output - Adjust 3D Audio Profile

You can also Adjust your 3D Audio Profile each person experiences 3D Audio differently this option lets you find a 3D Audio Profile that best suits your ear level. So, try and choose the option that Sounds Best to You.

2. Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers

PlayStation 5 - Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers

Adjust your Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers sensitivity go back to the main Settings screen then to accessories and controllers from here you can Customize the level of Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers experience the default is set to straw but feel free to change this to find the Setting that best suits Your Taste.

3. Power Options for Rest Mode

PlayStation 5: Power Options for Rest Mode - Optimized Experience

Your PlayStation 5 Console has various Power Saving Settings. The Low Power You Setting Does Not Include These Features and Will Ensure The Lowest Power Consumption in Rest Mode. The Optimized Experience Setting will Automatically update your Console to the Latest System Software allow you to turn on Your Console Remotely when using the PlayStation App or Remote Play and charge your Controllers even when in Rest Mode.

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4. PlayStation App and Remote Play

PlayStation 5 - PlayStation App and Remote Play

1) Go to System and then System Software to Turn On your Console Remotely Using The PlayStation App and Remote Play.

PlayStation 5 - Enable Remote Play

2) Go to System and then Power Saving Do Not Forget to Enable Remote Play to Use the Feature.

5. Saved Data and Game/App Settings

PlayStation 5 - Saved Data and Game/App Settings

To Adjust the Automatic Download and Installation of Games and Apps. Go to Saved Data and Game App Settings and Then Automatic Updates.

These Are Just A Few of the Settings You Can Change to Customize Your PlayStation 5 Console Experience. So, Take the Time to Experiment and Find What Works Best for You.