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PS2 - connection to a HD tv monitor

Can't seem to connect my PS2 to my new HD Toshiba LCD TV - any ideas?

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Hi there, I had this problem too until lately, if you go to www.xploder.net there is a PS2 HDTV kit, which lets you watch movies and play games via vga or component video. This lets you play above the standard low res tv. :)

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