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PS2 connection to Plasma VGA port

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by KevinWood, Dec 19, 2002.

  1. KevinWood

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    Has any tried connecting a PS2 via a VGA adaptor (I saw one in GAME for £30) to a plasma? If so was it any good?

    Regards

    Gant
     
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    My PS2 goes through a JS RGB>VGA box and works fine ... more expensive but also feeds my sky+ into the plasma aswell ...

    Jon
     
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    Umm, you probably already know this but your PS2 can output Component as well as RGB.

    You might want to try it and see what the result is like.
     
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    What leads do I need to put PS2 through the VGA. Do I need a RGB lead??? Just got the basic PS2 leads. Sorry for being so thick.
     
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    RGB yes but with vertical and horizontal sync. I don't know if PS2 outputs those - although it is a small computer I think not.

    I bought a 3Logic component cable for less than 10 pounds and the picture is brilliant.
     

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