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|Chojin||8:53pm on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|The best system of games I bought this psp because I was going to travel out of the country and I needed a psp to play while I was flying great syste...|
|WayCool||10:32pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|Great gift This psp is a Christmas gift for my 14 yr old nephew. He checked it out and it is in great condition and seems to work fine.|
|kocoman||9:39am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|This is indeed a very good handheld gadget, has alot of features and the performance is amazing, music, movie, photo, games, internet access.|
|derda||5:20pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|This has got to be the best idea by Sony yet! The PSP GO does not have a UMD drive. It makes the system smaller, easier to put in your pocket.|
|anyNixwilldo||9:48am on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|This unit of consumption is a dream for many people who enjoy games, technology and portability. Sony Playstation portable or known as PSP, is handheld video game,you can simply use it everywhere, starting from plane to train.Personally i use it.|
|dyley||9:59am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|"This is a great investment in protecting your PSP. It holds games and memory cards as well. "The PSP Slim & Lite fits this case like a glove. Its well made and looks stunning, great value." Excellnt quality, perfect fit.|
|ralfzobel||8:15am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|PlayStation Portable, also known by the acronym PSP is the portable version of the video gaming console from Sony, the PlayStation series.|
|pourmo||5:45am on Friday, March 26th, 2010|
|I never noticed how good it was until I broke it. I like everything about this system except the size and use of MS instead of SD. I recently bought one and the good thing about it is that you dont have to buy games, you con just download games and install it in the memory card.|
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IC Radiation Exposure Statement
This transmitter complies with IC radiation exposure limit set forth for an uncontrolled environment. To comply with the IC RF exposure compliance requirements, no change to the antenna or the device is permitted. Any changes to the antenna or the device could result in the device exceeding the RF exposure requirements and void user authorization to operate the equipment. In addition, this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a television screen or while playing video games, including games played on the PSP system, may trigger an epileptic seizure in these individuals. Certain conditions may trigger previously undetected epileptic symptoms even in persons who have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family, has an epileptic condition, consult your physician prior to playing. If you experience any of the following symptoms while playing a video game - dizziness, altered vision, eye or muscle twitches, loss of awareness, disorientation, any involuntary movement or convulsions IMMEDIATELY discontinue use and consult your physician before resuming play.
Radio waves may affect electronic equipment or medical devices (for example, pacemakers), which may cause malfunctions and possible injuries. If you use a pacemaker or other medical device, consult your physician or the manufacturer of your medical device before using the wireless networking feature. Keep the PSP system at least 9 inches (23 cm) away from a pacemaker or other medical devices when using the wireless networking feature. Do not use the wireless networking feature in the following locations: Areas where its use is prohibited, such as in airplanes or hospitals. Abide by medical institution regulations when using the PSP system on their premises. Additionally, you may be violating air safety regulations punishable by fines by using the wireless networking feature in an airplane or by using the PSP system during takeoff or landing. Crowded areas. Areas near fire alarms, automatic doors and other types of automated equipment. Use caution when using the wireless networking feature in a vehicle, as radio waves may affect electronic equipment in some vehicles.
Battery pack precautions
Do not handle a damaged or leaking battery pack. Contact with the material can result in injury or burns to the eyes or skin. Even if foreign substances are not immediately visible, chemical changes in the material can result in injuries occurring at a later time. If you come into contact with material from a leaking battery pack, take the following actions: If the material gets into the eyes, do not rub. Immediately flush the eyes with clean water and seek medical attention. If the material comes into contact with the skin or clothes, immediately rinse the affected area with clean water. Consult your physician if inflammation or soreness develops. Handle the battery pack with care. The battery pack may explode or present a fire or chemical burn hazard if it is not handled carefully. Do not allow the battery pack to come into contact with fire or subject it to extreme temperatures such as in direct sunlight, in a vehicle exposed to the sun or near a heat source. Do not cause the battery pack to short-circuit. Do not disassemble or tamper with the battery pack. Prevent damage to the battery pack. Do not carry or store the battery pack with metal items such as coins or keys. If damaged, discontinue use. Do not throw or drop the battery pack or subject it to strong physical shock. Do not put heavy objects on or apply pressure to the battery pack. Do not allow the battery pack to come into contact with liquids. If it becomes wet, discontinue use until it is completely dry. Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children. If the PSP system will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the battery pack and store it in a cool, dry place out of the reach of children. Use only the supplied battery pack or a replacement marked for use with the PSP system. Use only the designated AC adaptor to charge the battery pack.
Recycling Lithium-Ion Batteries
Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your used rechargeable batteries to the collection and recycling location nearest you. For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable batteries, call toll free 1-800-822-8837, or visit http://www.rbrc.org/ Caution
Do not handle damaged or leaking Lithium-Ion batteries.
Checking the package contents
Check that you have all of the following items. If any items are missing, contact our technical support line at 1-800-345-7669 for assistance. s PSP (PlayStationPortable)
Returning to normal playback
While using Fast Reverse or Fast Forward, select or from the control panel, and then press the button to switch between three speed options.
During playback, select then press the button.
from the control panel, and
Selecting or from the control panel while playback is paused, and then pressing the button, will also start slow playback. If (Fast Forward) is held down, slow playback will continue only as long as the button is held.
You can play the entire disc or a chapter repeatedly.
Disc Repeat Chapter Repeat Repeat Off
button, the repeat mode changes as follows:
Plays the entire disc repeatedly Plays the specified chapter repeatedly Ends repeat playback
You can also stop repeated playback by pressing the button after selecting from the control panel. The only repeat options for videos saved on a Memory Stick Duo are Repeat On and Repeat Off.
Operating with PSP system buttons or the remote control
You can operate the PSP system without using the control panel by using the system buttons or the remote control.
System button operation
Play Pause Press the button. button or start
Remote control operation
Press the u button. Press the u button. Press the. button.*1 Press the > button.*1 Press and hold the. button. Press and hold the > button.
Press the start button. button.*1 button.
Displaying the UMD menu Press the Stop Play the previous chapter Play the next chapter Fast Reverse Fast Forward Slow Press the
Press the L button.
Press the R button.*1 Press the left button.*2 Press the right button.*2 Press the right button during pause.*2
*1 This operation cannot be performed during playback of video saved on a Memory Stick Duo. *2 If you press and hold the button, the video will play in Fast Reverse/Fast Forward/Slow as long as the button is held down.
Some buttons cannot be operated while the control panel is displayed on the screen. In this case, press the button to clear the control panel.
Video options menu
You can use the Video options menu to play a UMDVideo or view information or delete videos saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
Clearing the options menu
Play Plays a UMDVideo or a video saved on a Memory Stick Duo
Play from Beginning Plays a UMDVideo from the beginning Delete Information Deletes a video saved on a Memory Stick Duo Displays information about the selected icon
Saving videos on a Memory Stick Duo
The following methods can be used to save a video on a Memory Stick Duo.
Images or video recorded with a device that is compatible with MPEG-4
device, you can play motion video by When using an MPEG-4 directly inserting the compatible device's Memory Stick Duo into the PSP system.
* The only MPEG-4 files that can be played with the PSP system are MP4 format files that conform with the Memory Stick video format. Visit http://www.memorystick.com/psp for more information about compatible devices.
A Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately) is required if your MPEG-4-compatible device can handle only a standard-size Memory Stick.
Transferring a video file from a PC to a Memory Stick Duo
You can convert motion video that was taken or recorded on another device into a format that can be played on the PSP system and transfer it to a Memory Stick Duo using compatible software*.
* For full details, visit http://www.memorystick.com/psp
Files can be transferred using any of the following methods:
2 To a Memory Stick Duo inserted in the PSP system Convert with compatible software 1
Video file PC
Memory Stick Duo 3
1 Use a PC with a Memory Stick slot. 2 Use a commercially available USB cable ( page 96). 3 Use a commercially available Memory Stick USB reader/writer.*
* If the device can handle only the standard-size Memory Stick, you will need a Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately).
See http://www.memorystick.com/psp for information on the formats that can be converted. The PSP system cannot play video data converted at bit rates higher than 768 kbps.
Listening to music
You can listen to UMDAudio and music saved on a Memory Stick Duo. The file formats (for music saved on Memory Stick Duo) that can be played are ATRAC3plus and MP3 ( page 67).
Select from the home menu. pages 32, 33).
Insert a UMD or a Memory Stick Duo (
The group or track list will be displayed. Select a track you want to listen to, and then press the button.
Icons displayed under Music
UMD You can play UMDAudio. If you select the icon a thumbnail for the music is displayed. You can play music saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
If the start button or the u button on the remote control is pressed in step 3, the first track of the first group will begin playing. If the home button or select button is pressed during playback, the screen will return to the home menu. If the button is pressed again, the music playback screen will be displayed. You can adjust the tone or mute the sound using the sound button ( page 35). Title names and thumbnail images used in this manual are not of actual products.
What is a Group?
A group is a collection of music data arranged in a certain order, such as by album or by artist. When Group Mode is turned on, the PSP system can play tracks in groups that were configured using a PC.
Track 1 UMD Group 1 Track 2 Track 3 Memory Stick Duo Track 1 Group 2 Track 2 Track 3
Track 1 Group 3 Track 2 Track 3
The PSP system cannot be used to create or edit a group. "Track" represents a song.
button during playback.
How to read the screen
Track number/total number of tracks Album name Track name Artist name
Control panel Track elapsed time/total time
"Album name" and "Track number/total number of tracks" are shown on the screen only while (Display) is turned on ( page 61). The icon or icons displayed in the "Status icon" field will vary depending on the playback mode selected. See "Playing with a selected codec" ( page 66) for details about codecs.
Previous Group Next Group Previous Track Next Track
Returns to the beginning of the previous group Skips to the beginning of the next group Returns to the beginning of the track currently playing or to the beginning of the previous track Skips to the beginning of the next track
/ Fast Reverse/ Fast Forward Play Pause Stop Group Mode A-B Repeat Play Mode Clear Display Help
Plays in fast reverse/fast forward* Plays a track Pauses playback Stops playback Switches to Group Mode ( page 61)
Specifies a part of a track, and then plays that part repeatedly ( page 63) Switches to Play Mode ( page 62)
from the home menu. page 33).
Insert a Memory Stick Duo (
Icons for Digital Camera Images, folders and images saved on the Memory Stick Duo are displayed. Select the icon that you want to display, and then press the button.
Icons displayed under Photo
Memory Stick You can view images saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
If you press the home button or select button while displaying an image, the screen will return to the home menu while continuing to display the image. If you press the button again, the screen will return to the image display screen.
button while displaying an image.
View Mode Display Help Clear Zoom
Changes the size of the image displayed ( page 73) Displays information about the image ( page 72) Displays the functions that can be performed using the PSP system buttons Returns an image that has been zoomed in or out on to its original size
Zoom Out Zoom In Rotate Left
Zooms out from the image Zooms in on the image Rotates the image 90-degrees counterclockwise Rotates the image 90-degrees clockwise Moves the image up, down, left or right to display any obscured part when the image has been zoomed in or out on, or when the View Mode is set to Zoom Displays the previous image Displays the next image Automatically displays each image in order ( page 76)
Previous Next Slideshow
Displaying image information
While displaying an image, select from the control panel, and then press the button.
The image status is displayed.
(Image number/Total number of images) Image name Updated
Clearing the display
Select from the control panel, and then press the button.
Adjusting image size
You can change the size of the image displayed on the screen.
While displaying the image, select from the control panel, and then press the button.
Each time you press the button, the option switches as follows:
Normal Displays the image to fit the screen size without changing proportions Displays the image at the full screen size without changing proportions. Portions of the image at the top and bottom or left and right are cut off.
Depending on the image being displayed, the View Mode may not change.
Play a slideshow Cancel zoom in/out Back Press the start button. Press the button when the image has been zoomed in or out. Press the button.
Press the u button. Press the. button. Press the > button.
Display the previous image Press the L button. Display the next image Zoom in Press the R button. Move the analog stick up while holding down the button. Move the analog stick down while holding down the button.
Rotate (Left) Rotate (Right) Move*
Press the L button while holding down the button. Press the R button while holding down the button. Move the analog stick.
* Obscured parts of the image are displayed when zooming in/out, or when the View Mode is set to Zoom.
Photo options menu
When the Photo options menu is displayed, you can view information about or delete images saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
Select an icon and then press the
The options menu items available vary depending on the icon selected. Slideshow Display Delete Information Automatically displays each image in order ( Displays images Deletes folders or images Displays information about the selected icon page 76)
You can set the available images to be displayed in order.
Select the icon for a folder or media containing images, and then press the start button.
The slideshow begins. The content displayed varies depending on the icon selected.
Memory Stick Digital Camera Images Folder Images
All images saved on a Memory Stick Duo are displayed in order. All images in the Digital Camera Images folder are displayed in order. All images in the selected folder are displayed in order. Images are displayed in order, starting from the selected image.
Stopping a slideshow
Press the Hints
The display speed of the images can be adjusted. See "Photo Settings" ( details. The slideshow can also be started in the following ways: From the options menu ( page 75). From the image control panel ( page 71). page 85) for
button during the slideshow.
List of Operations
Slideshow Options View Mode Display Help Previous Next Play Pause Stop
Switches the information displayed on the screen ( page 78) Changes the size of the image displayed on the screen Displays image information Displays the functions that can be performed using the PSP system buttons Displays the previous image Displays the next image Starts the slideshow Pauses the slideshow Stops the slideshow
The default setting for the menu item is underlined.
You can adjust the settings for and display information about the PSP system, or format a Memory Stick Duo.
The nickname you selected in the initial setup can be changed. Use the onscreen keyboard to enter a new nickname. For details on keyboard operation, see "How to use the keyboard" ( page 107).
Sets the language for system menus, such as the home menu.
Deutsch English Espaol Franais Italiano Nederlands Portugus Pycc Displays messages in German Displays messages in English Displays messages in Spanish Displays messages in French Displays messages in Italian Displays messages in Dutch Displays messages in Portuguese Displays messages in Russian Displays messages in Japanese The default setting for the menu item is underlined.
You can display the following information about the system battery:
Charge Level Hours Left* Power Source Battery Status Displays the battery charge level as a percentage Displays the remaining hours of battery duration (except when charging) Displays the current source of power: "External" or "Battery" Displays the status of the battery: "In Use", "Charging" or "Charge Complete"
* The number of hours as calculated by the system is shown as an estimate.
There may be a slight difference between the display information and actual battery performance. This is due to variations in actual usage conditions and environmental factors (such as temperature).
Format Memory Stick
You can format Memory Stick Duo media using the system. Follow the onscreen instructions to perform this operation. Notice
When you format, all software and data stored on the Memory Stick Duo will be deleted and cannot be recovered. Be careful not to accidentally erase important data.
Restore Default Settings
The settings at the time of purchase can be restored. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform this operation. Notice
When the default settings are restored, the current settings will be lost and cannot be recovered.
You can display information about the PSP system.
MAC Address System Software Nickname Displays the system's MAC address Displays the version of the system software Displays the system nickname
Displays trademark and copyright information related to software used by the PSP system.
You can set the date and time, daylight saving time and time zone for the PSP system. Set each item using the directional buttons and enter the setting by pressing the button.
Date and Time Date Format Time Format Time Zone Daylight Saving Sets the year, month, day, hour, minute and second (and AM/ PM setting if using a 12-hour time format) Sets the order of year, month and day displayed on the screen Sets to use the 12-hour or 24-hour display format Sets the appropriate time zone Selects either "Standard" or "Daylight Saving" (Standard is the default)
Off On Communications set to maximum power Communications set to power-save mode
Because setting the power-save mode to "Off" will cause the battery to run out more quickly, it is best to leave it set to "On" during normal usage.
You can turn off the key tone and limit the volume level.
AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System)
You can limit the maximum volume. This can help prevent sound escaping from the headphones, as well as the possible danger resulting from being unable to hear what is going on around you when wearing headphones.
Off On Does not set a limit; allows for the volume to be adjusted manually Sets a limit on the volume
You can turn off the key tone (the confirmation sound made when you press a button).
Off On Does not make a confirmation sound Makes a confirmation sound
You can adjust settings related to PSP system security features.
Changes the 4-digit password required for the "Parental Control Level" feature. The password is required for the following operations: To change the Parental Control Level setting. To play a UMD that is restricted by the system's Parental Control Level setting. To change the password.
Select (Security Settings) under menu, and then press the button.
The password entry screen is displayed.
from the home button.
Select "Change Password", and then press the
Using the directional buttons, enter the current 4-digit password, and then press the button.
When changing the password for the first time after purchase, you must enter "0000".
Using the directional buttons, enter a new 4-digit password, and then press the button. Select "Yes", and then press the
The password is changed.
Make a record of your password for future reference.
Parental Control Level
Some UMD software have a preset parental control level based on the content. You can set the parental control level on the system to restrict the playback of a UMD with a level that is higher than that set on the system.
The parental control level of the system can be either turned off or set to one of 11 different levels.
Off 11-1 Turns off parental control Sets the level of content to be restricted. A setting of "1" is the most restrictive; "11" is the least restrictive.
The combination of the parental control levels of both the PSP system and the UMD determine whether a UMD can be viewed or not. The combination of the two levels is displayed in the table on page 95. Example: If the parental control level of the system is set to "5", a UMD with a level from "1" to "5" can be played on the system.
UMDTM parental control level
Parental control levels on games
Most game packaging shows a symbol to indicate the age group that is appropriate to play the game. The symbols correspond to the UMD parental control level as shown below:
UMD parental control level
As of March 2005. For the latest information about ratings, visit our Web site at http://www.us.playstation.com/psp
The parental control level of a UMD can be checked under "Information" in the UMD options menu. For a UMD that does not include a parental control level, the "Parental Control Level" item under "Information" will display "-". A UMD that has been restricted by the parental control feature is displayed as (Restricted Content). Adults Only or AO ratings are rare. PlayStation does not publish Adults Only games. Security Settings
System parental control level
:The UMDTM can be viewed.
:The UMDTM cannot be viewed.
You can transfer files from a PC to a Memory Stick Duo inserted in the PSP system using a commercially available USB cable. Note however that files that can be played are limited to file formats supported by the system.
USB cables that can be used with the PSP system
A USB cable compatible with the Mini-B (5-pin) type connector is required to connect to the system. Hint
You can connect to a PC with an operating system that supports the USB mass storage class, such as Windows XP or Mac OS X.
Connecting the system and a PC using a USB cable
You can connect a USB cable to the system and the PC without turning off the power.
Connect a USB cable to the system and a PC.
Use a USB cable with a connector that matches the connector type of the PC.
PC Mini-B (5-pin) type
Select (USB Connection) under menu, and then press the button.
from the home
The Memory Stick Duo inserted in the system is detected by the PC.
Do not format a Memory Stick Duo on a PC, as it may no longer be recognized by the PSP system.
You can adjust the network settings to allow connection to a wireless local area network (WLAN). There are two WLAN modes. Warning
Turn off the WLAN switch when in crowded places, such as in a crowded train. If a person nearby is using a pacemaker, it is possible that the radio waves could affect the pacemaker.
Go through this section if you experience difficulty in operating the PSP system. Should any problem persist, call SCEA Consumer Services at 1-800-345-7669 for assistance.
Power, battery and charging issues
The power does not turn on. , Check that the system is turned on. , Check that the battery is charged ( page 38). , Check that the battery pack is properly inserted (
The battery does not charge, or does not fully recharge. , Check that the AC adaptor and the AC power cord are properly inserted in the system and the electrical outlet. , Check that the WLAN function is not in use while charging. The battery cannot be recharged when the WLAN function is in use. , Check that the correct AC adaptor for this product is being used. , Check that the AC adaptor connector is clean. If not, wipe it with a dry, soft cloth. , If charging the battery in an extremely cold location, it may take longer to fully charge the battery. , There may be a problem with the battery pack. Try using a replacement battery pack that is marked for use with the PSP system, if available. The battery charge doesn't last long. , When using the system in extremely hot or cold locations, the charge may not last as long. Try to avoid using the system in such environments. , There may be a problem with the battery pack. Try using a replacement battery pack that is marked for use with the PSP system, if available.
The power indicator on the system front is on, but the LCD screen is not displayed. , Check that the LCD screen's backlight is not turned off. If it is, press any of the system buttons to turn on the backlight. The battery loses its charge even when the system is turned off. , Because battery power is used even when the system is turned off, it is recommended that you charge the battery frequently. Also, remove the battery pack from the system when the system is not in use for extended periods of time.
The screen suddenly turns dark. , Check the Backlight Auto-Off setting. If it is set to on, the backlight will turn off after the set period of time. Press any of the system buttons to turn on the screen ( page 90). , Check the Auto Sleep setting. If it is turned on, the screen will turn dark after the set period of time ( page 91). The screen is dark and hard to see. , The screen may appear dark, depending on the angle of viewing. Use the display button on the system front to adjust the brightness ( page 37). The black, red, blue and green spots on the screen do not disappear. , LCD screens are made with highly precise technology, but in some cases, black spots may appear, or red, blue or green spots may remain on the screen. This is not a malfunction. For details see "Precautions" ( page 11). The color of the screen does not look right. , When the month changes or if you change the month under "Date & Time Settings", the background color will change automatically ( page 89).
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