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Connecting PS2 to an old TV

I want to connect my PS2 to an old-style TV - Sony KD-34XBR960 (with coax-in only) through my VCR, which has RCA inputs. How can I do this?

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Re: Connecting PS2 to an old TV

Plug the Red, Yellow, and White cords into their respective "IN" ports on the VCR. Run a coax line from the "out" port of the VCR to the coax port on TV. Some VCRs require you to tune to channel 3 or "LINE" which is typically the channel before 2 for this to work. To make things easier, you may want to purchase a modulator. This would allow you more easily set this up. The Mini-modulators aren't very expensive and can be purchased at virtually any electonics store.

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