S-Video lead for PS2

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  1. Timh

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    I am after an S-video lead for a PS2, can anyone point me in the right direction.

    Thanks
     
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    Pretty much all videogame shops will sell it... Just have a look around mate ^_^ Try Gamestation, Game, or your local shops...

    If all else fails then try our lil friend www.lik-sang.com. Happy shopping ^_^
     
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    I wouldnt swear to it but I seem to remember reading somewhere that the offical one was the one to get rather than a third party jobbie.
    I got the offical one but it cost me £20,I have to admit though that compared to composite it was a huge difference,small writing for example becoming much clearer than it was before like the speedo numbers on GranTourismo3.
     
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    IMO You're much better off with an RGB Scart cable... But everyone knows this otherwise he wouldn't have asked for an S-Video lead. S-Video to me ranks lower than RGB Scart for quality.
     
  5. Timh

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    Thanks all

    I need s-video for my projector, I could use componant but that is allready taken up by my dvd player.
     
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    Its a shame that there isn't a component switch box on sale... Surely someone would have thought of one...
     
  7. Timh

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    There is one, its calld a Denon AVR-2802 Amp, it has two inputs for componant but it costs £500. :eek:
     
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    My PS2 RGB Scart cable has connections for audio L+R and Video anyway so thats not a problem (gold plated and only a fiver new too). Anything less than an RGB connection for me would be going backwards.

    As for that Denon amp.. lol that would be going a bit too far. I have found one here but they haven't replied to my emails...

    http://www.accessorywarehouse.com/M...e_Code=AWI&Product_Code=JXS111&Category_Code=

    Think they would ship to the UK? They have quite a few products that interest me...
     
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    Hmm. Must be someone in the UK who sells such a device. That one only has three inputs though and I need at least four!
     
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    Yeah, four would be nice, three for the consoles and one for the DVD player. Although I could live with three and relegate the PS2 to RGB scart only. After all theres only one prog.scan PS2 title about and thats Tekken 4.

    If anyone knows a reputable place that sells stuff like this, let us know ^_^
     

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