I think i have all the cables but i'm not sure, i have plugged the RFU adaptor into the television and the television i have plugged into a plug socket, along with the playstation, but nothing is working.. help!! please!
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Adjust the audio output on your playstation and the television depending upon how you're connecting it to the television for picture and sound.
For an hdmi cable between the television and the PS3 only then adjust the audio ouput to hdmi on the PS3. You do not need to connect anything else between the television and the PS3 besides an hdmi cable.
If you are using the colored plug type component or composite cables then it is av.
If you are connecting with a fiber optic cable to a surround sound system then it is set to optical.
Depending on what television you are using you would also have to change the Playstation to 48khz/96khz
You could try another battery.But if another battery doesn't work,sorry mate I think it's dead.In future make sure you only use what you know is compatible,also NEVER try to run the PSP with the AC adaptor without the battery in.The PSP safety and support booklet states: Do not use the PSP system with the AC Adaptor when the Battery Pack is not inserted in the system.If the AC Adaptor is disconnected suddenly,it may result in damage to the system.
If it is the motherboard that's burnt out I think you can replace it but they're expensive I think,I saw one for a PSP1000 for
Most if nto all RFU conenct to the coaxle connection on you tv.
If you have a newer tv monitor many do not have coaxle conenctions anymore only RCA/HDMI/C-RCA if this is the case on your tv you'll need to
#1 get rca wires for your 64 (easy cheaper)
#2 get a rf to rca converter (harder more expensive)
The problem may be occuring because there is no power being directly supplied to the adaptor via the port. If you look on the underside of the adaptor, there is a small button; simply hold this down and slide the 3 pronged plug down to reveal the power port. Clean it of any dust or material which may block it. Firmly place the plug back on the adaptor and check if it works. If the problem still persists, you could remove the plug and use a power cable with a matching port, i.e. a playstation power cable to my knowledge will match it.
According to information provided by the manufacturer, this particular Samsung model supports both VGA and DVI-type cable connections. The Playstation 3 however, does not currently support cables of either of these formats.
The good news is that there are ways around these limitations, typically in the form of a cable adaptor. Most models of the Playstation 3 should have an option for owners to use an HDMI cable to connect their TV or monitor, and many major electronic retailers often sell HDMI to DVI adaptors or adaptor cables of varying lengths.
If you're not quite sure what to look for, I would suggest checking out an online search engine for "HDMI to DVI adaptors." This should pull up a number of links that can provide you with not only detailed pictures, but also average pricing of the products available to you as well.