US PS2 Compatibility question:

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  1. Samuel

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    I'm thinking about getting a US PS2 and I don't know if my TV will properly display the picture. Here are a few of my TV's specs:

    Power source: 220-240 50 Hz A.M. (I've played games on it in 60 Hz mode and it seems fine)

    Receiving Systems/band name: PAL 1
    PAL 525/60 Playback NTSC tape from PAL Video recorders. M.NTSC Playback from M.NTSC Video recorders. NTSC (AV input only) Playback from NTSC Video recorders.

    AV1- 21 pin terminal- Audio / Video in / out, RGB in.
    AV2- 21 pin terminal- Audio / Video in / out, S-Video in.
    2 x RCA Audio Monitor Out.
    AV3- 2 x RCA Audio in, 1 x RCA Video in.

    I hope that enough info to tell. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. NeilMcRae

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    Yes, it will. Get an RGB Scart cable and it will look stunning.

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  3. Samuel

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    Thanks mate.
     
  4. NeilMcRae

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    NP, just make sure you plug it into the RGB port AV1.

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  5. Samuel

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    OK, so the others won't work then?
     
  6. NeilMcRae

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    They will but RGB will give you a picture that is far better than composite or svideo

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    Thanks again.
     

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