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    what ull need

    1. PSP
    2. Digital Camera with zoom and video output
    3. Amplifier or Computer speakers


    Take ur psp and put it straight against any object then put the camera directly infront of it so on the camera screen you only see whats on the psp.
    connect the camera to your tv so you see the psp screen on the tv with no clarity loss. now if you want surround sound connect ur psp to the amplifier through the headphone jack and ur set. walla PSP Home Theatre (BIG SCREEN) without having to buy anything extra (unless you dont have a digital camera with video output)


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    so now when you buy umd video you can watch it on the road or on your big screen as if it was a dvd

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    Awesome method, until we get a good converter of some sort (via USB?).

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    Hahaha, this is funny man.
    It will help if you are on a holiday but if i'm at home,
    i just download a dvd movie and check it hihi.

    but good and smart work man
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    thanks

    also, when we get a converter this will stilll be better cuz you cant stretch a 320x240 mp4 onto a big screen wihtout it gettin blurry

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    I thouhgt I saw a camera that coud record via USb once, but I guess maybe not. Oh and I know another way u could do this. Many of the sony cameras come with an 8MG memstick (and u thought 32 was a crapstick!) And the camera can record and read from the memstick. Anyway, the cameras use the same folder location: MP_ROOT > MV100(Or whatever that folders called) ANyway, If u have one of those cameras, U can just plug your psp memstick into the camera and plug it into the TV! SImple, and u dont have to place the camera perfectly or anything.

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    well wouldnt it be annoying to hold the camera and keep pointing it to ur psp? and wouldnt the image be kinda blurry cause ull see all those lines from ur psp screens? its just like takeing your camera and using it to record a tv show :- u get all those lines

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    yo you would set up the camera someplace not hold it for the length of the entire movie


    also if you have a really good camcorder you could use it

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    No1 read my last reply I guess. Anyway, u wont get lines form an LCD screen. If u do, they should be very small

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