They work and then they don't work. when they do work it is only one speaker (?). i don't know where to take it, if anywhere, and i don't want to take it apart by myself. if you could get back to me with an answer on what i should do, great.
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Follow these steps to increase the volume for your PSP-
(1) Turn on your PSP and start playing your movie, song or game. Boost the volume of the PSP by pressing the volume control buttons located on the button bar, which is below the screen. The (+) button will turn the volume up, and the (-) button will turn the volume down. (2) Plug your PSP into a larger speaker if the volume still is not high enough. You need an auxiliary cable with two male ends to plug the PSP into a speaker. You can use a three-foot cable. Plug one end of the cable into the PSP and the other into the speaker input. (3) Plug any FM transmitter into the PSP headphone jack and tune your radio to the FM station on the FM transmitter. Your audio from the PSP will now be playing through the radio speakers in your car or home. This will allow you increase the volume greatly. Thanks for using Fixya. Good Luck and have a nice day.
their may be any speaker problem .............
the possibility's are
1> to change the speaker by psp repair shop
2> or any loose connection
3>any can change in your psp settings
you can take your psp to repair shop or else download the repair guide which will help you to get rid of many problem
Click Here to download repair guide
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).
one way what u can try is have your headset when u turn on the psp after
switching off. then once again try restarting without it. now u might
have sound if your speakers arent dead. else am sure ur speakers or
connection to it is dead. else try wit different UMDs. again one more
is try updating the psp to a newer version. if u have a software
problem which causes the sound off then that might fix it.
Where are the speaker holes located...Cause making the pandora kit have different ways for theSLIM and the PHAT one...if the speaker holes are located at the top part of the PSP, then it is a slim one. If they're at the bottom, then it is a PHAT one...