Sony’s PlayStation Portable is a versatile entertainment center which offers more than just gaming. You can connect to the internet, watch videos and even listen to music. For all those of you who have recently become proud owners of your own PlayStation Portable, I share some tips on how to put music on PSP and convert it into your music player. Most tech savvy guys will have no problems in figuring out how to do it but for those who are not, this guide will be helpful.
With devices like the Apple iPhone, Apple iPod and PSP, a seamless integration of multimedia facilities has occurred. Your cell phone is more than just a phone, it is a smart phone now. Similarly, your gaming console is more than just a gaming device. It can be used to listen to your favorite music as well. Though the device memory is too low to store music, thanks to the extendable memory available in the form of a memory stick, you can have ample storage space for your music. In fact, the latest PSP Go has an internal flash memory of 16 GB, instead of a UMD disk with an additional facility to have 32 GB of extendable memory.
With that much of internal memory you can store loads of games, videos and music on it. The sound quality is guaranteed by Sony’s impeccable record in manufacturing music players. You can avail the various PSP downloads available at Sony online store. You might also want to know how to download PSP movies and how to download PSP games. Let me now explain how to put music on PSP and use it as a portable music player.
How to Put Music on PSP: Steps
If you are familiar with psp music download instructions, then all you need to know is how to put those downloaded files on PSP. The method of transferring music or videos to PSP is quite simple and straightforward. Before we proceed, let me list out the things that you’ll need. You will need a memory stick, USB cable, your PSP and a DVD or CD ripper along with an MP3 convertor. Last but not the least, you will need a computer with a USB port. Let us see how to put music on PSP using all the above mentioned things.
Step 1: Rip and Convert Music To MP3 Format
The PSP supports the MP3 format for playing songs. So in case the songs you plan to copy from DVD or CDs on to your PC are not in MP3 format, you will have to rip it and convert it into MP3 format. You will need a DVD ripping software, along with an MP3 converter. If you have iTunes program on your PC, then your job is simple as most of your music is already in MP3 format.
Step 2: Connect Memory Stick With PSP
In case you have an older PSP, you may not have enough internal memory to store the music and you will need to connect the memory stick after switching on the gaming console. Go to the settings through the home button of the PSP. Search for USB connection and follow it up by pressing the ‘X’ button. Access the ‘PSP’ folder on the memory stick or create one in case there is none. Further create a ‘Music’ folder within the PSP folder. Then the actions shift to your PC.
Step 3: Connect Computer With PSP Using USB Cable
Connect the PSP with the computer using the USB cable. Locate the removable disk icon through ‘My Computer’ and open the music folder you created before.
Step 4: Transfer Music Files
Now we arrive at the last step of the whole procedure. Copy and paste all your MP3 music files into this folder and your job is done. Play the music directly through your PSP!