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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastur Debater
    This is a tough one. How many levels of screen brightness are there when the PSP's adapter is plugged in?
    Tough one? I think not. There are 4



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    Wow, I don't know how you were able to answer that one.

    Meh, I couldn't think of anything, oh well. But good job anyways.

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    if you turn the AVLS on, what does it do?

    EDIT: so no one knows? really?



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    I'm really not sure, but I know it has something to do with the sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastur Debater
    I'm really not sure, but I know it has something to do with the sound.
    Youíre right; it does have something to do with the sound.

    AVLS stands for automatic volume limiter system. it help prevent sound escaping from the headphones, as well as possible danger resulting from being unable to hear what is going on around you.

    I'll ask something different:

    Name three basketball games out for PSP right now.



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    AVLS stands for automatic volume limiter system. it help prevent sound escaping from the headphones, as well as possible danger resulting from being unable to hear what is going on around you.
    actualy its also for saving battery life it sets it to where you can hear it fine but is low anough to save battery life. all cd players have it and if you have certain headphones like mine sound doesnt escape.

    and to answer the question it NBA from sony, nba street, and NBA live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soldier one
    AVLS stands for automatic volume limiter system. it help prevent sound escaping from the headphones, as well as possible danger resulting from being unable to hear what is going on around you.
    actualy its also for saving battery life it sets it to where you can hear it fine but is low anough to save battery life. all cd players have it and if you have certain headphones like mine sound doesnt escape.
    Referring to the PSP manual, thatís all it happened to say. (Nothing about saving battery life, but I imagine it does because of the reason you mentioned). My NetMD also has AVLS, but I never use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by soldier one
    to answer the question it NBA from sony, nba street, and NBA live.
    Correct.



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    yea well its not in the psp manual but all the cd players i had said that it saves battery life too so thats why was saying. and for the next question is socom coming to the psp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soldier one
    yea well its not in the psp manual but all the cd players i had said that it saves battery life too so thats why was saying. and for the next question is socom coming to the psp?
    ok, lets agree to agree

    uhh....yeah, socom is coming to the PSP, just too bad I didnt get the beta version


    How many Options are in the 'Setting' menu (e.g. 'USB Connection' is one)



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    ok, lets agree to agree
    deal
    uhh....yeah, socom is coming to the PSP, just too bad I didnt get the beta version
    too bad i never get any beta's
    and i thought of that question because i had nothing and a commercial came on for socom 3 and it looked awsome.
    How many Options are in the 'Setting' menu (e.g. 'USB Connection' is one)
    ill let someone else have a try at that but i do know the answer.

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    my turn. what is the official name of the PSP?

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    Actually you must first answer the earlier question correctly to ask your own question...

    the question was:
    Quote Originally Posted by FmanFORPS3
    How many Options are in the 'Setting' menu (e.g. 'USB Connection' is one) in v1.50?
    btw, the answer to your question is 'Playstation Portable'



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