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PS2 connected thru s-video to PV500: NTSC poor video quality

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by mork80, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. mork80

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    Just a little question.
    On Saturday i've connected my PS2 via s-video on AV3 to try Winning Eleven 9 JAP. The disc is original from JAP so NTSC video.
    The problem is that video quality is very poor, dark, very short range of contrast....unwatchable....:thumbsdow
    The PQ is fine on the same input (AV3) using component (obviusly running the same game).
    My old Panasonic 100hz CRT with NTSC games on AV3/S-video was perfect :eek:
    Where i was wrong :lease:
     
  2. Steve_P

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    I've never had a decent picture out of my PS2 using S-Video. Either on my current tv or my previous 24" CRT Panny. The PS2 seems best when outputting either RGB SCART or Component. For me the the Component output is slightly better than RGB SCART and isn't afflicted with green screen on DVD playback.

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  3. mork80

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    Thanks Steve, I'm really a novice in plasma world, never had one before my pv500.
     

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