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PS2 SVideo output

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by Dunky, Jan 16, 2002.

  1. Dunky

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    Can anyone tell me what lead I need to connect my PS2 to my TV's scart socket in order to receive SVideo signal? I don't want to use the SVideo socket on my TV 'cos, like most, it's under a flap on the front and looks untidy in use. My second scart on the TV is capable of receiving SVideo signals.

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    I've got a gold scart connector with three phono and one S-video connector. I used them for my LD (only had a Scart for output) now its connected to the amp via S-video. I also use it for my PS-1 and PS-2 in various tellies around the house.

    You just plug your PS-2 cable into that be it composite or S-video. Works fine. the scart is switchable for in or out. Obviuosly for a Ps-2 this would be in :)

    I've a couple left (I bought loads 'cos they were cheap :) If you want one email me. (A couple of quid +P&P)
     

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