Question about Car Audio & Video
It won't read it. It should be as simple as plugging the male end of the wire, 1 end into the psp, and the other male end into the aux input. select a song on the psp and press play. turn up volume to full volume on the psp (not on stereo) and the slowly turn up volume on stereo until its at your liking. if this works, let me know, if it doesnt, let me know.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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