Sony PS3 Supports HDMI "Deep Color" SpecificationIt's just not enough to have HDMI or "High Definition Multi-media Interface" in your electronics anymore. The new standard is the HDMI 1.3a specification. The new spec bumps clock speeds from 165 MHz to over 225 MHz. This increased bandwidth allows devices to support 1080P resolution at 90Hz refresh rate and 36-bit RGB colors.
To get an idea of how many colors that is consider the best HDTVs today can display 24 bit color depth, that's about 16 million colors and roughly the cap of the human eye. Taking it up to 36 bit means your HDTV will display colors beyond the human eye's ability to perceive.
Is it necessary to have an HDTV that can display more colors than I can see? Don't ask, just accept that you NEED it or the guy across the street will have it first!
The good news in this struggle for color extremism is that Sony has taken the lead in developing the first compliance test for HDMI 1.3a. Sony established the first