Ok, so I have a PS2 right now with no display, the AV cable is definately working, I'm not so sure about the port itself or the video processor. The screen flashes when I turn the unit on, and I got sound once, but now I get no sound and a black screen (after the flashing). Anyone else seen this happen or have any idea what's going on?
Soo there are other ways to fix this, but its hard to find the parts and depending on your soldering skills may not help. fix one is replacing the av connector on the mother board. thisis not fun as its a very delicate un solder and re solder job. fix 2 just replace the wholemother board,easier but still hard to get parts for. hope this helps
You problem is that your picture cable is not connected properley.see the cable next to the power cable.now push it in .now turn it on.if it still does not work try pushing that cable in while the ps2 is on.if that doesnt workcheck the colour of the cable.it must be white in white and yellow in yellow or yellow in red for different tvs. if that doesnt work the person you bought it off rippped you off.
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Does it display "no signal"? or can you feel a change in the black screen when u turn on the machine?
1- Check that the cables are plugged correctly, from what I remember I used to experience the same problem when the AV cable is half plugged into the PS2.
2- Make sure that your region (NTSC or PAL) is the correct one in your TV. That is by going to MENU, then Color settings.
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.
Look at the menu settings on your TV. Some TVs you can set the video to come in through AV (the red,yellow and white), and the sound come in through something else, like HDMI. You need to make sure the TV is set up to where all are on the same setting.
If that doesn't work, I would check and see if your AV cables from your PS2 work on another TV. That way you can rule out whether the problem is the TV or the cable itself.
You should make sure your cables work on a different PS2. You could have a bad connection somewhere in the cable. If you can you should see if you can get sound out of the optical audio port on the PS2.