Expect some plugging and unplugging.
Sony has published a pretty detailed FAQ
on the PSVR which covers many technical details, as well as some quirks and limitations; one of these is about viewing HDR content when the headset is plugged in.
The PSVR comes with a processing box
used for 3D audio, which is where the VR headset will be plugged into. The box splits the HDMI signal coming out of the PS4 in two parts; one for your headset and one that goes into the TV so those around you can see what you're seeing.
This processing box does support 4K resolutions at 60fps, however it doesn't support HDR, therefore meaning that whenever you want to experience HDR content on your TV, you'll need to plug the PS4 into the TV directly which skips out the processing unit. If your TV doesn't support HDR, then you've got no problems, and for those that do, you'll just have to plug and unplug it.
The FAQ also states that 3F audio, a key feature of PSVR, will only work with wired stereo headphones
; wireless headphones won't work. Also Sony recommends turning off any headphone surround sound features if your headset has them.
Is this going to be a problem for those who have pre-ordered a PSVR headset, or those who have yet to buy one? Let us know in the comments.