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    Junior Member PSP User nosimaj's Avatar
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    I was wondering if anyone has used there PSP in their car as a base for an entertainment center. If so what did they use to mount it in the car, cable hookups, charging system, etc. In mind I picture using a PSP as a base for the system through the outputs of the headphone jack. Assuming there is enough power output for the cignal to make it produce strong sound. I personally don't care for fm transmitter systems, so if someone knows of a good deck that has the line in or ipod hookups please let me know about it. There may even be bluetooth decks that will work, in unison with a bluetooth setup on the psp. although i don't think the bluetooth audio quality is great, judging by my headset. Anyways any imput will be considered.

    please don't tell me to just go get an ipod, with itrip, cause i am kinda anti ipod.


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    theres no bluetooth on the psp. its a standard IR port. same technology used in tv remotes

    as far as using the psp as a base for the car system, i think they make a stand that will hold it into the cup holder or something. might stick to the dash. theres sound can be done via the headphone jack, theres a cable that allows it to plug into any deck w/ audio in ports in the back, just hook it up and make sure u have a amp in the system somewhere.

    heres the cable:

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    If your lookin for a less costly way you can get an fm transmitter, griffin makes decent ones especially for the psp. as for the power u can just use a psp car adapter.
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    I just got an fm transmitter, it sounds really good, almost cd quality. I got a package that has the transmitter, a holder that goes in the cup holder as well as a suction cup holder and an adaptor (it needs its own power source, don't ask me why) for $40.
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    cool, where did you get this setup, and do you have a picture of it, possibly a link to a site
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    If you play a PSP game through a car, it sounds alot better. Bass becomes improved, and mid and high frequencies become alot clearer.
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    Yeah, just check out Best Buy, they got the whole setup. Sorry, no pics
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    thanks, looks like i gotta go to best buy
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