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    Is there any way to connect my PSP to my television so that I can play the games on the PSP, yet see what I am doing on my bigscreen when I am at home?
    Or so I can watch UMD's?

    I ask because I just came into possession of several UMD's and a nice plasma but I don't want to move any of my consoles.

    And I don't want to purchase a new console either....

    Thank you in advance for your help!


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    As of now, no.
    In some shtty firmware update in the future, yes

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    PSP2TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos Zero
    PSP2TV.
    hmmm Does that work?

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    Here's one: http://www.consolesource.com/ecomm/c...er-p-2366.html. It requires no soldering, but you do have to void the warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alankellyeire
    you could also get this
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PSP-TV-Adaptor...QQcmdZViewItem
    Don't know if is any good never used one
    o_O Does that sound terrible to anyone else? Taking a picture of a screen never works out too great, plus it'd have to have a high rate of capture purely digital... The images would either turn out really blurry, or with a low framerate, possibly (IE probably since it's a cheap 3rd party device that doesn't even show any pictures of how the picture looks on the TV) both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerTurner
    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos Zero
    PSP2TV.
    hmmm Does that work?
    it does, but its scary cuz u have to open the psp and switch the lcd screen with another part that comes in the box.

    wut if someone made a irshell that can redirect the screen to the computer or tv via usb?

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    Yeah, wouldn't this be possible somehow?

    We already have plugins that can capture screen shots and save then in a variety of formats to a Memory Stick, so why couldn't a plugin be created to send a continuous sequence of images to a host application on PC via USB (or even wirelessly), which then displays the images on your monitor (streched to fullscreen or whatever)?

    Surely there wouldn't be too much performance overhead in capturing each frame (or even just 30 frames per second) and sending it to a host application?

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