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Hooking up the first playstation

I tried to hook it up to a splitter from the tv and still no results.I need some ideas.

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Man u cant do it, buy a psp 2000 series and an av in cable. the old psp's are not capable, i tried for hours. trust me it will not work no matter how hard you try. sorry if i brought u down,but thats the truth!

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