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EMEBAY - Mini PS2 to HDMI Audio Video Converter Adapter with 3.5mm Audio Output Supports All PS2 Display Modes
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- Video and audio in full digital HDMI format, no transmission loss
- Works with HDTV or HDMI monitor
- Hassle Free! Plug and play as you go
- Supports all PS2 display modes
- No power adaptor, no messy cords-just one HDMI cable
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PS2 to HDMI Converter A converter for the PS2 console, outputs video and audio in full digital HDMI format and supports PS2 display modes (480i, 576i, 480p).
With just one HDMI cable, plug and play for true-to-life video/audio effects on your TV/monitor.
1. Video and audio in full digital HDMI format, no transmission loss
2. Works with HDTV or HDMI monitor
3. Hassle Free! Plug and play as you go
4. Supports all PS2 display modes
5. No power adaptor
1. Dimensions: 34 x 73 x 14 mm
2. Net Weight: 15g
3. Power Consumption: below 1W
4. Supported Video input Mode: 480i, 480p,576i
5. Supported HDMI output Mode: Outputs pure digital HDMI video/audio signals.
6. Input Connector: PS2 AV Multi Out Plug x 1
7. Output Connector:HDMI Connector x 1
8. 3.5mm Stereo Audio Jack x 1
Before attempting to use this unit, please check the packaging and make sure the following items are contained in the shipping carton:
Main Unit(PS2 TO HDMI2 x 1PCS
USB Cable x 1PCS
User Manual x 1PCS
Please study the panel drawings below and become familiar with the signal input(s), output(s) and power requirements.
(1) Audio Output
(2) HDMI Output
(3) USB/5V Input
(4) PS2 Ypbpr Input
Note:No image or black display
1,must use usb cable(package included) to PS, mini usb cable to converter
2,set PS to YPBPR output before connect converter
3,Try to connect TV with short cable before image display,then use long cable
4,if you input hdmi cable to TV HDMI 1, you must make tv channel is HDMI 1
5,TV must support 480p or 576p"
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IMPORTANTE al instalar el dispositivo, que no va a verse nada en la pantalla a menos que se cambie el output mode. Eso hay que hacerlo "a ciegas", pero es sencillo. Las instrucciones son las siguientes:
-Sacar cualquier disco que haya en la PS2.
-Encender con todo conectado y esperar al menos 10-15 segundos para que entre en la pantalla inicial.
-Pulsar la tecla abajo de la cruceta y luego la X
-Ahora pulsar la tecla abajo tres veces y luego la X
-Ahora pulsar la tecla derecha y luego X
-Reiniciamos la PS2 ya ya se podrá ver en la pantalla
But that’s where it kinda ends for me
If your looking to get a quality connection out of this then I recommend going the Component cable to HDMI box route rather then this,
This is a budget quick win item
Ok for those on a budget but really poorly designed,
The plug itself doesn’t sit right, it seems to sit slanted down
And then it has to be USB powered also which isn’t that much of a bother if it wasn’t for the fact that if your on a old big ps2 then you can’t stand it up as the usb cable protrudes below the bottom of the console due to the location of the tv out port,
And if you have a ps2 slim then the USB port is jammed up forcing the power cable to almost be dislodged,
It’s a bloody stupid design flaw which could of easily been moved to the other side of the unit which would have solved the issue with both consoles,
Any way as I say it’s a ok solution if your on a budget,
It’s ok on normal use apart from a tad dark and on screen text gets fuzzy on some games and if you play in progressive scan then you get annoying lines going through the screen.
Didn't notice any image improvements in comparison to Component, so would recommend using that connection if available.