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PS2 conected to a PJ?

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by owey, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. owey

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    I have a projector and I am thinking of getting a PS2 for raceing and shooting games. My question is will I be able to play shooting games with it conected to a PJ?. Also I have seen a driving seat and wheel that folds up into a suitcase like box, does anyone know were I can get one, not sure of its name.
     
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    You sure can. I've got my PS2 set up to my DLP home cinema projector and it works a treat. Get the PS2 component lead to connect to your projector as this will give you the very best sharpness and graphics quality. S-Video gives a little bit of distortion on the graphics.
     
  3. owey

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    Thanks for that Dirk Diggler, will look forward to getting one. I will have to wait until chrimbo as the other half will kill me if I spend anymore money.
     
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    Sorry, didn't know you meant the type of shooting games where you use a gun thing. Didn't know people still used they things. :confused:
     

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