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psp makes sense now

I have had a psp since you could have a psp care of a fantastic going away present. Sadly, although a gorgeous machine it sat on my shelf…until Santa Alice bought me SSX tour for Christmas. Settings: music volume==0, ambient sounds==10, it now all makes complete sense. The screen is just big enough to fill your view with the same lovely mountain scapes as the console game although it can get a bit disorientating as the distance you can see ahead doesn’t seem as far. The music didn’t seem as great hence the volume==0 but Alice tells me that one of the selling points is that I should be able to load the psp with my own music and play it instead…I have a feeling however that it prolly won’t play well with itunes.

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  1. jan says:

    oh the joy. she’s back. new years resolutions rawk.
    in regards to the PSP, i can very much recommend the shareware iPSP, that via a very intuitive osX interface lets you update your PSP with mp3, movies, bookmarks, whatever. and even iTunes playlists can just be drag and dropped onto the PSP. however however however, tracks bought via iTunes will in fact not play, unless slightly “tinkered” with, which i don’t recommend, iHymn. i still recommend not shopping at iTunes, actually. because restrictions like this are simply tooo hardcore. why should an mp3 i pay money for not play on anything else than my iPod? who can answer that, please? but anywho. all other mp3’s can easily be synched using said shareware. and then it, the PSP, is in fact an excellent mp3 player as well, in my opinion with better sound quality than the iPod. i sound like i have sony stock, well, i dont, who would? but i really don’t dig apple any longer. so there.
    enjoy yer PSP.
    oh and if you have firmware 1.5 you could install excellent mp3 players with visualisations. on that screen. but that gets a bit more complex.
    glad your back. oh i said that already.

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