makeaudio.gifThis is a special enhanced podcast on HOW TO make a USB PSP charger (this file plays images and links in iTunes and on iPod color!). Right click or Control + click to download this M4B to your local system (view our notes here on this file). iTunes: Click this link and click SUBSCRIBE. Show notes after the jump…
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Here’s the latest audio from MAKE Magazine! This is a special enhanced podcast on HOW TO make a USB PSP charger (this file plays images and links in iTunes and on iPod color!).

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Here’s what it looks like and here’s how we did it!

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16 thoughts on “MAKE AUDIO: HOW TO make a USB PSP charger (enhanced podcast)

  1. Is there a way non-ipod/itunes users can view this?

    I know i’ll get flamed for this one, but whatever happened to AVI’s, MOV’s, Flash or other media that just about every user in the known PC or Mac universe could view? I know Make looks more and more Mac oriented with each issue (yes, two so far – and im not too happy with that fact) but even then, not every Mac user has an iPod.

    Please dont leave the people in the dust that either refuse to own an iPod, or cant afford one.

  2. A great alternative to the electrical tape is heat-shrink tubing. It comes in various diameters and is available at many hardware stores (Lowes etc.). For those that are not familiar with it – you just slide a length over the unjoined wires, twist them together in a linearly oriented union then slide the tubing over the naked wire ends. To seal it up tight you need only focus a heat source (a hairdryer is a good choice) on the tubing and it will shrink up as tight as the plastic casing around the rest of the wire.

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