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Playstation audio output

Hi all, I was trying to check for the exact audio output specifications on the PSPs headphone jack. Basically I'm trying to get an optional headphone (not the typical in-the-ear type) for my PSP and i really don't know what to get..

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3.5mm ones i think

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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It's just ur average headphone jack.

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