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    I use a pair of BOSE QuietComfort 2 headphones. They sound really good and use them whenever I am at home or travelling. I also have a pair of
    Ultimate Ears Superfi 5 pro for whenever I find headphones too bulky.

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    I've seen media (not porn) on the PSP, and it was as good as an iPod.

    Advent Children looked really good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu View Post
    I use a pair of BOSE QuietComfort 2 headphones. They sound really good and use them whenever I am at home or travelling. I also have a pair of
    Ultimate Ears Superfi 5 pro for whenever I find headphones too bulky.
    Do you prefer headphone that cover your entire ear, or (like me) in-ear headphones.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dante Obscuri View Post
    I've seen media (not porn) on the PSP, and it was as good as an iPod.

    Advent Children looked really good.
    Movies are OK, if your on the move and don't mind the small screen, but like I said, audio really suck ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante Obscuri View Post
    I've seen media (not porn) on the PSP, and it was as good as an iPod.

    Advent Children looked really good.
    Oh the display looks great, but audio sucks an if you want really high quality stuff, the UMD movies are the way to go and they are overpriced. If you are going to store high quality videos on the Memory Stick Pro Duo, think again because Memory Sticks are not cheap.

    Quote Originally Posted by 98abaile View Post
    Do you prefer headphone that cover your entire ear, or (like me) in-ear headphones.

    Both equally. The pair of heaphones I use are noise cancelling and are probably the best headphones I've bought in a long time. For $350, that was money well spent.

    The pair of Ultimate Ears I use are in-ear buds and are argueably the best sub-$300 earbuds on the market.
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    Once time ago, I nearly get flatted like pie when I use full-ear headphones.

    Next day, it is on E-bay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    Oh the display looks great, but audio sucks an if you want really high quality stuff, the UMD movies are the way to go and they are overpriced. If you are going to store high quality videos on the Memory Stick Pro Duo, think again because Memory Sticks are not cheap.
    Oh, indeed. The audio is really poor. Sony could have done a better work with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by 98abaile
    Do you prefer headphone that cover your entire ear, or (like me) in-ear headphones.
    I know this wasn't directed at me, but I'll answer if no one minds. I like both. I like the ones that cover my ear for Hyper-Bass, and the little ones for my ear's health. It is also easier to understand the lyrics with the little ones.


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    I've never been able to afford expensive headphones (or speakers), so I've always gone for in ear, I've always found that I don't hear what I'm listening to quite as clear as I do with in-ears, its always sounded kind of muted to me with full ear.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, did you know that the processor for the PSP, could be much more powerfull? Sony have capped the speed on it 'cos it drained the battery to much. Sony said they were planning to release the cap in a firmware update once a better battery had been developed.
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    Let's rename this thread into: "The PSP is bad for so many things."

    xD

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    Wth? police now play games too?

    well do they know that PSP password (parental control) can be easily reset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu View Post
    Let's rename this thread into: "The PSP is bad for so many things."

    xD
    I don't know if I agree with that, it seems to me that it has potential at least, we've just yet to see it used.

 

 
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