COMPOSITE=x3 inputs, good old fashioned inputs (x1 video signal + x2 audio signals)
I had the same issue with my PS2 with Toshiba HDTV. The TV only has COMPONENT inputs (+HDMI & Optical interface), and even though PS2 has settings for COMPONENT cables & RGB (COMPOSITE), the setting did not change anything nor did the TV’s settings. My solution was to ignore the COMPONENT cables and use COMPOSITE cable. The audio inputs on the TV are always the same; x2 inputs but as I connected the YELLOW output (Vid signal) to the GREEN input on the TV, it fixed the issue. The resolution may be downgraded but not so much that it affects playing games. Not sure about playing movies, as I watch movies on my Fujitsu notebook.
Not a directly related topic, but although I am Japanese I still enjoy PS2 games and PS4 is ridiculously overpriced. I had to sacrifice playing video games in my 20’s & 30’s to achieve higher priorities in life, so I am revisiting the past and trying to catch up with the games I had to miss.
yesterday by JPN850R
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