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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PSP sound ouput
I'm pretty sure the USB port is only for transferring media files. I've searched my PSP head to toe and never heard of anything like that. I've found out you can use the USB connector on the white PSP to charge the battery. (I haven't tried that out yet.)
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
There could be something going on with the contacts in the headset jack. If you can get the back of the Ipod off and plug a headset into it, check the two metal pieces on the jack to make sure that the black lines on the plug are in contact with the end of the headset. They can be realigned by simply bending them back into place.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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Does your laptop have a VGA port? if so use a VGA cable, the frequency is correct and the picture will be cleaner. The S2000 has PC input. once you have it connected, go to your control panel and select display and look for multiple monitor. It just depends on your laptops operating sys. It can be found in help and support as well. If you need further help, post a comment and I will get you the answer.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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Your connections are correct, it's more likely to be the audio settings on the TV that need to be changed. There is no way of connecting a digital optical audio cable to this TV.
The audio connection you are using between the PS3 and the TV is analog stereo, so the TV audio settings need to reflect this. I suspect you need to the change the Dolby Surround setting for this to work. This can be done using the SURROUND button on the Samsung remote, or from within the on-screen menu.
If this doesn't solve the problem, please go to the SOUND sub-section of the on-screen menu and let me know what the current settings are in this menu.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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