So I recently decided to put my PS2 in my room. Which has a newer tv So when I plugged it in, the screen display was black and white. So I bought new Sony AV component cables to fix it. Now, the screen display looks right. Except that any red or green colors are now a sickly yellow or dull grey yellow color. Help please?
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First off make sure connected good..on ps3 and TV..turn off then on again..if still no video..try while its on ..unplug cable u have ..on ps3 then reconnect..could be bad cable..if still nothing..turn off ps3..turn onps3hold down power till cuts off..then turnon and keep holding down button ..llisten for two beeps..then release ..it will come to a screen say plug in USB controller .then pick third option ..that should help..if not bad cable..and in display settings.. make sure u let it decide.hit automatic for display..it will pick for you r TV.. ..k
The PS2 comes with an AV cable. (Red, White, & Yellow). Plug those cables into the matching slots on the back of your TV. They are color coded. If the TV is newer and does not have a spot for AV cables they you will need to by the HD cables or Component cables to match what your TV supports.
I don't know of newer TV's getting rid of AV links yet. Once they are plugged in, change the TV video input to the one that you plugged the cables in.
I suggest messing with the plug on the PS2 in the back or possibly on the TV. Since PS2's are out of date they do not have the best graphics even on great tv's. Try putting it on a different tv thats newer and see if they get better or worse. If they get better try messing with the settings on your TV. If they are the same its possible they are at their full potential. Hope this helps.
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
i think i have a sali..salute...anser(i can not typ today srry) the this sorta hapend to me but i had anuther ps2 so i put the broken 1 away for a wile and then a bout a month later it started working again so its working to hard u need to stop useing your ps2 and let it cool down not