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Adding Bluetooth A2DP protocol to Sony Plastation3

423 Signatures Goal: 500

This petition was made in order to encourage Sony to implement A2DP protocol within it\'s Bluetooth capabilities. Having this extra feature will not only enable PS3 users to listen to ingame sound and music in stereo but to play in quiet without interrupting others. Let us play in peace even when our folks are asleep! Please sign with your PSN ID.

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  • Craig
    Craig United Kingdom
    Sep 01, 2014
    Sep 01, 2014
    Please!!!! I want to buy sony mdr10rBT headphones but without being able to watch movies on my ps3 with them it's pointless. :'(
  • gary geer
    gary geer United States, Walnut
    Jun 22, 2014
    Jun 22, 2014
    sony keep up with the ages
  • Greg
    Greg United States, Davenport
    Mar 15, 2014
    Mar 15, 2014
    It really would be great if they made it possible to send game and music stereo through A2DP BT on the PS3. I'm all for it, but I'm sure Sony cares not. It's been how many years since gamers have tried to get Sony to listen up about this? It will most likely be that many more (times triple).
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