Dear Sony,<br>When you first announced the playstation TV/vita TV I preordered it and then realised this product has so much potential. I believe this product holds the future of gaming.<br><br>Firstly the form factor of this device is magical and hence there is no reason why it couldn't be incorporated into every Sony Television, everybody uses televisions and therefore you would be giving everybody the ability to game from any television.<br><br>Now what I propose is a massive project I know but hear me out. You need every Sony television to have a Ps vita Tv built in, you need to allow every other TV manufacturer to bundle the *external* Ps vita tv with their televisions. Now you might be thinking what happens when we release a new Ps Vita well I would suggest using the same chip archiecture with the newest ARM CPU and combo it with the Nvidia tegra K1 (these are already tried and tested chips, check out the Nvidia shield tablet to see it's power) and making it backwards compatible.<br><br>Now this is all well and good but now I need to ask you a question, is the vita Operating system built for the future? Now I understand that what I'm about to say might not be possible for the current gen Vita, but to make the vita the ultimate gaming machine it needs to have more games and that's why I brought up the OS, what would happen if you, let's say used an Android based OS on the Vita, this would give you two MASSIVE library of games to play and countless apps that would be a dream on the vita. Because the easiest way to get more developers for a device is to incorporate another platform. Please think about the future Sony this might be the biggest change in the gaming market in history and you'll be the ones behind it.<br><br>Now this last feature is a crazy feature that would be a but further down the line but is still on the "greatest platform" topic. Steam/Valve is developing a game streaming service where you can stream you PC games to another device, this would add another huge library of games to this device and would add so much more value to it.<br><br>This idea/vision will be very hard to get right but I believe that you Sony are the greatest company to do it, thank you for your time.<br><br>,Norman
I got two SA-NS300 homeshare speakers with my STR-DN1020 Reciver in 2010. Worked ok, firmware and app was shaky at first but improved with time. A year later I got two SA-NS500 speakers. I used all 5 devices in homeshare party mode every time I'm home working around the house. It worked great for internet radio and content stored on QNAP server. Never had a problem. I want to buy more speakers but in typical sony fashion they cut and run, the homeshare speaker line was discontinued after only 3 years. Why Sony, Why?
1) Please bring back the homeshare speakers line. You mean to tell me samsung and sonos have a better product? And sony can't compete?
2) Add the homeshare feature to the STR-DN1050. I upgraded from STR-DN1020 because of the XBR-900B 4K TV.
3) It would be nice to have a clock radio with homeshare too. I was waiting for something like this when homeshare came out or at least create a dock that uses the clock app (needs alarms).
As of now, I'm fishing on ebay for 2 more SA-NS500.
It would be great if you guys could update the built-in Netflix app to support the new interface as well as have profile support, and maybe even update the other system programs (amazon video/pandora/etc) to be like the latest models, its a great player and I cant get a new one because of the surround sound outputs on the back.
I have a provisional patent on something called BluScu, this function allows the user to locate their remote control at the touch of a button, this innavative addition is protected, and owned by me. The addition of a BluScu button on the side your hdtv, bluray, game system, and home theatre button area will forever revolutionize the "searching for the remote" part of your entertainment time. A receiver and speaker is built into the remote device, which will emit a series of three or four beeps, indicating the location of that misplaced remote, when the BluScu button is pressed. For an illustration email me directly. I know once I allow a company rights, this will undoubtedly be included on every new remote controlled electronic from here on. I want Sony to have this, I own this presently. Regardless of disclaimer notice I will negotiate my patented invention with Sony, which may or may not be granted this technology from me to produce.
Currently own a provisional patent for BluScu, and it's technoligy. BluScu is a technology thar is extremely cheap to produce, and will forever be implemented on every remote controlled electronic once I release, my patent to the buyer. This technology allows a person to push a button on the button panel of their electronic device, be it hdtv, bluray, home theatre, game console, anything with remote control, and have the remote send a series of audible beeps to alert the consumer to it's misplaced remotes position. The BluScu will be implemented, BluScu is owned by me, as of right now, it is still for sale. Who would like to see SONY obtain this technology to implement on their devices? I know that most of us consumers, would definately appreciate this technology. NO MORE SEARCHING FOR REMOTES!!! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org for any corporate responses.
I have a client that wanted to purchase the vpl-1100 and be the first on his block to have it. He paid a huge premum to get it before Christmas. He was then told it was delayed and to get the 1000es and Sony would upgrade within 2-3 weeks so he did. It is now the end of Febuary, we got the upgrade kit two weeks ago and I can not get a return call to schedule the upgrade kit install (have made 7 attempts). He now wants me to refund his 20k+ due to your horrible customer service. Our company is new to selling the Sony custom line, is this really how you treat custom installers that sell the highest end home theater projector you sell? The only reason I am blogging here is because I can not get a call back from anyone there. Any help would be appreciated as now I own a 20K projector that as we speak is loosing value.
I would pay $20 extra for a TV and other remote devices with a button on it that would make the remote control beep until I found it. There are obviously many easy ways to ensure you never misplace the remote control but somehow I still manage to do it on a regular basis. I suspect I'm not alone. I doubt that the cost would need to be that high but I for one would find it a very useful feature.