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got to settings>manage bluetooth devices>register device>make sure your bluetooth device is turned on and it will ask for password on ps3 put password which would be mentioned on your bluetooth headphones pack >> then to device settings and change it
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.
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 USBconnector on the white PSP to charge the battery. (I haven't tried that out yet.)