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US PS2/TV Compatibility question:

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Samuel, Mar 23, 2003.

  1. Samuel

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    I'm thinking of getting a US PS2 to play certain games, but I have no idea if my TV will be compatible with it because I've lost the instructions. My TV is a Panasonic TX-21AD2, it has 2 SCART sockets and a three pin AV socket (Red, white, yellow), it is also capable of displaying 60Hz mode in games. That's all the relevant info I can think of concerning the TV, so can anyone help? It would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. hornydragon

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    I would guess that your TV would be NTSC compatible, but run a search in google for the model number and on the panny site as they have the user manuals in .pdf for most things on there.
     
  3. Samuel

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    Thanks very much.
     
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    Hi,

    I have a PAL PS2 and play NTSC games with no problems on my PAL SONY TV.

    I just had to purchase an RGB scart lead and then NTSC games played fine otherwise they are in B&W.

    Your have to get a Downconverter for your Power Supply if you choose a US Unit.

    Cheers

    Dal
     
  5. Samuel

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    That's great, cheers mate.
     

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