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No Audio whenever i connect my earphones to my psp. there was no audio. is there a setting for it?i've tried restoring my whole psp settings and still no audio. please help me. tnx

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  • yummy_pao Nov 15, 2008

    the psp speaker is working, but when i connect any headset, no audio

  • yummy_pao Nov 17, 2008

    I've tried all kings of headset, earphones, pc speakers. Still not working. Is there any solution?



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Ear phone may be faulty..... Can you hear the sound from the speakers of PSP when you play music/games/Video

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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    PSP GURU Nov 16, 2008

    Its 100% Headset Faulty

  • PSP GURU
    PSP GURU Nov 17, 2008

    Show it to the Authorized service centre .... As may be its a connector problem

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