When connected to a component cable it will not bring anything up on screen except no signal .we were connected from the hdmi port on playstation to dvi on tv but were unable to receive any sound,so deceided to buy the component cable with the av out conector on 1 sideand the 5 push in colored on tv side but am unable to get the playstation to read this,any suggestions would be greatly appreaciated
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In order to connect an AV receiver to a TV using component cables (Red & White) you will need to connect the component cables to an available AUDIO "OUTPUT" on the TV (red to red and white to white). Then the other end of this same cable will be connected to an available AUDIO "INPUT" on the AV receiver. The TV (via the menu or setup button) may have to be set to where the audio signal is output to a home theater and not to the TV speakers. Once connected, the AV receiver should then be set to the Audio input used in order to listen to what the TV is showing on screen.
I believe that the playstation 1 uses a standard AV cable with Red/White and Yellow connectors. The video (yel) is a composite video signal not component. If your set has a yellow video input, it should work using that. If not, then connect the yellow to the GREEN connector of the component set and you will see a green picture.
ok samsung is partially right you might have paid for bad cables
but on the other hand you will get a better picture with the component
but all you have to do to have those cables work is plug the colors in the back of the tv so they match and then select the port that it is plugged into make sure the console is on
on some of the older ps2 you did have to go into the options menu to change your display options but if thats the case its self explainitory
hope this helpd
The PSP system (model PSP-2001 and PSP-3001) includes a video-out port which allows users toconnect and play the PSP system on an external display or television with AV inputs. It is important to note -- you can
Component AV Cables (model SCPH-98550) The Component AV Cables connectto the Video Out Port on the bottom of the PSP-2001 or PSP-3001 systems and allow you to output video and audio signal to a television display. The AV Cables support photos, videos (including UMD movies), music, and games. Please note for games to output onto an external display, the display must support progressive scan.
Composite AV Cables (model SCPH-98548) The AV Cables connectto the Video Out Port on the bottom of the PSP-2001 or PSP-3001 systems and allow you to output video and audio signal toa television display. The AV Cables support photos, videos (includingUMD movies), and music. However, output of games are only supported by PSP-3001.
you have to manually change the output in the settings menu back to ANALOG Using an HDMI TV or monitor 1st, when you select RCA, or AV output and restart, it will work, but when you switch back, you have to change it (back to HDMI output) on the analog monitor, or use analog TV inputs, then reboot PS3 and connect HDMI.
I do not know why Sony did not make this switch automatic and self scanning on boot, but alas I have had the same issue, so I know this is your problem, not the AV cables.
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how are you connected to your tv? if your are connected in HD mode (hdmi cable) you will only get a 16:9 picture... SD mode (AV cable, S VIDEO cable, Component AV cable or SCART) will transmit a picture of 16:9 or 4:3 (4:3 being the old 'square screen' mode)
If you are using cable and the signal is connected to the TV through the regular cable wire, then the TV must be in TV mode to work properly. If you are using a cable box with that TV then the TV must be on channel 3. If the screen shows AV 1, then the TV is in the AV mode (red, white and yellow RCA jacks), and you most likely accidently hit the INPUT button on the remote. Pressing 0 3 or INPUT a couple of times on the remote should bring your picture back.