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Sound and avls

The volume is very low the bar line will not go up. the avls light blink..help

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This will make it so you can hardly hear the sound. Then: Settings>Sound Settings>AVLS On/Off (It will say if it is on or off) I don't know what the purpose of AVLS is, other than to be annoying but it will reduce the sound level and make it harder for you to hear stuff. Try it and get back to me either in forum or PM.

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Go to settings then sounds settings and avls turn to on and that's all tnk u

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How to fix Volume issues in PSP Portable


How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Software
Check to be sure that your PlayStation Portable's AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) is turned off.
Start your PSP without a game in it. Choose "Settings," then select "Sound Settings." If the AVLS option is "ON," turn it "OFF."
Check to see that your memory stick is inserted properly if the sound still does not work. This often interferes with the volume control. Remove the memory stick and reinsert it.
Perform a hard reset of your PSP if the volume still does not work. To do this, first unplug your PSP and remove any games or memory sticks. Then remove the battery from its cavity on the back. Press and hold any button for five seconds, then reinstall your battery.
Move on to hardware solutions if none of the above options work
How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Hardware
Remove your PlayStation Portable's battery pack, any games and memory sticks. Unplug it.
Unscrew all five screws that hold the faceplate onto your PSP. The fifth is hard to locate, so find it just below the screen on the bottom edge.
Clean the button heads underneath the volume buttons with a small cloth. You should also clean the Home button nearby as this often interferes with the volume button.
Return the faceplate and screws, and test your PSP.

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My volume dont work is there anyway i can troubleshoot it or restart the whole thing?


How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Software
Check to be sure that your PlayStation Portable's AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) is turned off.
Start your PSP without a game in it. Choose "Settings," then select "Sound Settings." If the AVLS option is "ON," turn it "OFF."
Check to see that your memory stick is inserted properly if the sound still does not work. This often interferes with the volume control. Remove the memory stick and reinsert it.
Perform a hard reset of your PSP if the volume still does not work. To do this, first unplug your PSP and remove any games or memory sticks. Then remove the battery from its cavity on the back. Press and hold any button for five seconds, then reinstall your battery.
Move on to hardware solutions if none of the above options work
How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Hardware
Remove your PlayStation Portable's battery pack, any games and memory sticks. Unplug it.
Unscrew all five screws that hold the faceplate onto your PSP. The fifth is hard to locate, so find it just below the screen on the bottom edge.
Clean the button heads underneath the volume buttons with a small cloth. You should also clean the Home button nearby as this often interferes with the volume button.
Return the faceplate and screws, and test your PSP.

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Bar light turns from green to yellow to blinking red


this is similar to the red blinking lights on the xbox360...it seems your cell processor has overheated resulting in a cold solder joint or worse bridged solder involving the BGA array...I have had some sucess in fixing these albeit limited. sony charges 150 plus state tax and sends you a refurbished unit.

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Audio - psp


PSP plug in audios compared to say the ipod isn't as loud.

Maybe your AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) is on & have been set 'LOW'.

If so, go to Settings > Sound Settings > AVLS to change the settings.

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Very low sound even in full volume


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www.generalemu.net/forums/Useful-Guides-and-Links-t-297.html

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Could you please check the music bitrate you downloaded to your PSP? It should have at least 128 or 192 as its bitrate value to get a decent sound.

Also do not set your PSP volume too high as it may hurt your hearing (when using headphone) or it may hurt your PSP system speaker (when not using headphone).

I recommend you to always enable the AVLS (Automatic Volume Limitation System). You can always choose to activate/deactivate AVLS from the System Settings menu.

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Psp sound does not work


someone might have messed with ur settings. if you go to the audio options under settings, you will see that you can choose which side of the psp you want the music to come from. i'm not sure if you can, but somewhere there, you might have the sound settings set to neither, or hit avls, which doesn't allow your psp to go to it's maximum volume.(i am actually in the middly of a game demo, so if i exit to check, it will lose everything on the demo.)

i have never had or heard of a problem like yours. my ideas for you are probably not the answer, but it's worth checking out. maybe your psp just messed up. try sending it back to the company and try to get a new one, if you have had the psp for less than a year(1 year warranty) i would say ur psp is probably messed on the inside tho
http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/PSP/Hardware/s_psp_hs_SN.html

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