If you're a Korg MR-1/MR-1000 owner who also owns a Play Station3 or is thinking of buying one, this guide will be of particular interest to you as the PS3 now supports playback of DSD Discs as of firmware 1.60.
If you downloaded DSD tracks, like from Wheatus' site, creating a DSD Disc from them is far easier.
After calling Customer Support, they suggested that I do a hard reset.
This did seem to solve my problems, so here is the procedure per Sony CS.
Is this a new issue that occurred after a PS4 firmware update?
Note that PS3 models can play DSD Discs, even those that don't support SACD.
(updated 4/3/2014) –Playstation 3 (original or Slim) with firmware 3.30 or higher (tested on latest as of 4/4/2014) –PC/Laptop running Windows 7 or Windows 8 (32bit/64bit) and Wi Fi adapter -Full administrator rights with Windows user account on PC/Laptop -Both devices on same network Extract the patched rar files using 7zip (free and excellent! We now will need to copy these files to the Remote Play’s Program Files folder (32-bit OS: c:\program files\sony\remote play with playstation 3\ or 64-bit OS: C:\program files (x86)\sony\remote play with playstation 3\).
If asked for administration permissions, click on Finally, we can now launch the Remote Play by using the patched exe file we copied: rmp_.
Just right-click on the rmp_file and then choose Send To Desktop.
This put a shortcut right on our Desktop that we can in turn rename and even change the icon for.
Normally, Sony allows Vaio branded laptops the ability to connect to the PS3 via Remote Play.