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Cannot see screen on television

Just bought cables to connect psp to television and only receiving sound. Have checked connections and all is correct. is there something on the psp itself that needs to be programmed

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  • lkrogan Oct 19, 2008

    I have purchased the TV-Link with the 5 cables, and still only receiving the sound and not the video through the TV. I have followed the the instructions ie: pressing the display button etc to have the video appear on the TV- but still nothing. TV Link instructions state this is the cvable required for the PSP -2000 Series model, which I have. Any suggestions ??

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Hi, you have to use the RGB cable, the cable that has FIVE RCA connectors in one end, to play games. The COMPOSITE VIDEO CABLE that has only three RCA's will let you ONLY watch some videos.

Make sure you have the right one.

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