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Disconnect the battery, reconnect and switch it on whilst holding down both top two corner clear buttons. It should restart in recovery mode. Toggle down and select RECOVERY folder, then select. If this folder is corrupted you will have to get a copy off of the internet and replace it using the usb connector. This usually does the trick, if it will not start in recovery mode, it's a SONY job...
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.
For PSP Go owners, a very cool feature is the ability to pair
bluetooth devices with the system. This recipe will show you how to
toggle between outputting audio between the PSP Go’s speakers/headphone
jack and a bluetooth headset/speaker.
1. Pair your bluetooth device with your PSP Go.
-Go to Settings > Bluetooth Device Settings
-Be sure to turn the Bluetooth Connection ON. Then select Manage Bluetooth Devices.
-Click on Register New Devices; put your headset into pairing mode and pair it with the PSP Go by following the onscreen prompts.
2. Once your headset/device is paired. Be sure to leave the Bluetooth Connection on.
3. Finally, open up the music player or a game and when you want to switch between the PSP Go’s speaker or your headset, just hold the Audio button on top for about 7 seconds. It will change the volume icon w/a bluetooth icon and audio on your PSP Go should start outputting via your headset.
To toggle back to speakers/headphones, again hold the audio button for about 7 seconds and it will switch back.
This should work with any bluetooth headset and does not require it being a stereo headset (ie any $5 headset should work).
It may be the type of head phones you are using. Try using a different pair. Also, check and see if your headphones have a volume control or a mute button on them. Your PSP may be at max volume but if your headphones have a seperate volume control that may cause the volume to be real low.
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.
PSP Slim and Lite (2000 series) 33% lighter than the original 19% thinner than the original The redesign also features composite TV output, supports charging via USB, double the onboard RAM (32 MB to 64 MB), and has a brighter screen. catches UMD data for shorter loading times
PSP-3000 Its based on the Slim & Lite (PSP-2000) design PSP-3000 features an improved LCD screen, a built-in microphone, and expanded video-out. The LCD screen features a higher contrast ratio, shorter response time, and wider color gamut, as well as anti-reflective technology for improved visibility in well-lit environments. Expanded video-out capability allows gameplay video to be output in interlaced format.
Unless your going to be using a mic, in well lit environments, and are really bothered about pic quality go for Slim&Lite as it is cheaper.
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