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Assuming you're referring to the Samsung DNIe Jr, then yes, it will support displaying the output of a PS2 console on it's screen. You may need a RCA+Composite to Coaxial Signal Modulator to convert the PS2's signal Composite and RCA output to standard Coaxial-Compatible input though, depending on the ports your TV has.
Use the RCA connections on the tv and if you do not have that of you have a coaxial (cable) connection go and purchase a modulator for your television and hook RCA plugs from PS2 to that hook Coaxial to TV and enjoy the game.
you need to hook up the ps2 directly to the tv not the converter box the converter box is only for digital Chanel's that will go off air on june 12 but if you have cable or satellite then you don't need a converter box this is only for free Chanel's with they don't requires subscription to cable or satellite your playstation should work with out the box try to hook it up directly to the tv not the box
USE a VCR between the PS2 and the Sylvania TV. Hook the PS2 A/V cable RCA connectors( Red, Yellow, White) to one of the the Video input RCA connectors( Yellow, Red, White) on the VCR. Hook the VCR Cable output to your Sylvania Cable input. Set the Sylvania Tv to channel 3 or 4. Set the VCR channel to Line 1 or Line 2. This should work. I hope it helps you.
Well, what types of connections does your new TV have compared to the old one? Perhaps you're connecting it correctly but you're not selecting that input from the TV's menu? Be sure to double check the cables you are using to be sure they are hooked up correctly. Sometimes it's the simplest mistakes! Good luck.