There is a fuzzy sound that always comes during video playback on my
PSP. It's the same sound you hear on the radio when you try tuning into
a frequency. When I play mp3s and any games the sound is perfect, and I
have no problems. Only when I play PSP videos, that sound is present
with the video sound. The PSP video format is .mp4 and has been
converted correctly, and these videos seem to work perfectly on my
friend's PSP with no sound problems. Only when the video is being
played back on my PSP that sound is present. How do I fix this problem?
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Try a different set of headphones. It's possible that the headphones have a short and you're only getting sound out of one ear. If it's still doing it with another set of headphones, then it's either a bad headphone connector or the music files are corrupted or not recorded properly.
hey... how old exactly is your psp 1001? i have a friend with the same problem.. turns out something happened to his psp... something happened or that he did something accidentally to his psp...i don't if this is any help but he always played his psp 24/7 and never stopped.. it was always on.. but now sometimes his psp doesn;t produce any sound anymore... try to take your psp back to sony for a repair.
it might have to do with the type of psp that u are running
my old phat had no problems with videos and the newer motherboard that i just put into it has no problems either. aslo, did u try using headphones? in another case if u only use headphones that could be the problem. the headphones i mean. of course there could also be something wrong with ur motherboard and if so i would recamend for u not to worry about it unless it totaly craps out. then u would have to take it to a shop to get fixed