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I messed with them as much as I could. If the TV is capable of displaying Progressive Scan, Progressive Scan mode will need to be enabled after the connection is complete in order for the console to output a Progressive Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. they ROCK with quality). http://clearduplicatefiles.com/component-cable/component-video-ps2-not-working.html

CrashmanOct 8, 2006, 2:45 AM The only way I can keep those similar words from being mixed up is to remember what they mean! I made sure I get picture with HDMI and Composite cables and I did, it works just fine with those two. A signal separated in this way is called "component video". v t e Audio and video connectors Analog audio Banana plug Binding post D-subminiature Euroblock DIN Mini-DIN Jack plug RCA Speaker spring terminal Speakon XLR Digital audio BNC D-sub S/PDIF TOSLINK More hints

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I've gotten the tuner to work through straight VGA to VGA, but cannot grab a signal through this VGA to component cable. if you need anything shorter, they have shorter too, but it's around the same price. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. very likely that a video card can do that, but usually that could be a driver problem.

The DVD player is brand new and is a name brand, along with the Television (Panasonic DVD player, Sanyo flat tube TV set). 01-08-2006,05:56 PM #2 ReformedWretch View Profile View Forum nizOct 7, 2006, 12:26 PM Quote: good awnser thank you.in all honesty, you really dont need special component video cables. my tv only has the Y Pb Pr inputs and R and L audio for each Component input :/ then i have HDMI and a some RCA inputs 0.0 I have Ps2 Component Cable Hdtv All rights reserved.

The component cables are the official kind, made by SONY, and are brand new, literally just opened the box. Component Cables For Ps2 What to Do: Locate the audio/video input jacks AND the component input jacks on the TV. One way of maintaining signal clarity is by separating the components of a video signal so that they do not interfere with each other. For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 19 of 19 Thread: VGA

Not to be confused with Composite video. Ps2 Component Cable No Signal and the differences... I'm assuming you used a search engine (most likely google) and got to this thread here? wackyumMember Since: January 21, 2005Posts: 104wackyumFollowForum Posts: 104Followed by: 0Reviews: 2 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#7 Posted by wackyum (104 posts) - 7 years, 4 months agoYou don't use the yellow cable

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You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/Consoles-Peripherals/Why-would-a-PS3-not-work-with-component-cables/td-p/31141394 I even carried my gf's PC downstairs to see if I can do VGA from the PC to the TV's component. Ps2 Component Cable Black And White unless you can have the VGA out on your PC output as Y Pb Pr, you're probably S.O.L. Ps2 Component Cable Not Working you click on on "Graphics Driver" then "Geforce and TNT2" then select your O/S Download the new driver, but don't install it.

Get an external tuner, like what I got here: http://www.buy.com/prod/kworld-exter...203947748.html That cost me about $25-30 AR shipped, so maybe you can wait for a special on it again. have a peek at these guys Thank you so much! 01-08-2006,07:56 PM #8 Augusta View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Puritanboard Doctor Join Date Mar 2004 Posts 7,864 Cool, glad it worked. Now it's working just fine. This way you can still see your PC on the monitor, and also tune channels by changing sources with the external tuner. Ps2 Component Cable Setup

If separate cables are used, the sync lines are usually yellow (H) and white (V), yellow (H) and black (V), or gray (H) and black (V). Reply With Quote 04-04-07,11:45 AM #7 [email protected] View Profile View Forum Posts Inactive Moderator Join Date Sep 2003 Location 20mi W of NYCity, USA Oh by the way, some VGA a regular component cable is only 3 RCA (horizontal and vertical syn shared on the green line). check over here unless you are talking about speaker wire.

Cheap solution hijodeltigerSep 20, 2006, 7:58 AM I just bought a TV with RGB inputs and i connected my laptop's video out to it using the RGB outs. Ps2 Component Cable Color Problem Reply With Quote 04-07-07,02:55 PM #18 Sk3ptic View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Apr 2007 didn't work, the picture on Media Center is not stuttering any more, sorry I missed this thread to save you waiting for the email reply.

Component YPbPr is more compressed, and sends Red on the Red line, Blue on Blue line, and Green and vertical-horizontal sync on the Green line.

My AGP slots, as i noticed, couldn't be used cause my network adapter gets in the way, so i had to get a PCI Express card... You have several choices... 1. The modern trend of short statements of faith belies the many places where the Scriptures teach with great clarity. Ps2 No Color my brother has his own high end home theater/automation shop (innovative lifestyles, naples florida.

Reply With Quote 03-29-07,05:45 PM #3 Burdman27911 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Oct 2005 Location Central North Carolina, USA You are correct... after messing with the resolution a bit(on windows media center) i managed to get a steady pic, on all 3(still have 3 pics) but as soon as i exit out of if it is relevat, the color, on all 3 pics, is great, it picks up the colors perfectly -.- any idea on what it is thats doing that? this content YCrCb for example sampled at 4:4:4 ratio can be as good as 8 bit RGB. (don't ask why)Quality wise...Component can theoretically resolve more resolution since it prevents signal cross talk between

Separate sync is most common with VGA, used worldwide for analog computer monitors. Media Center freezes up when in playback, and then my comp goes to blue screen, and reboots -.- this happens after like 10-15 minutes of viewing...... you can get a cheapo agp card for $25 shipped i'm sure... All i did was connect the Component cables with the PS3 off and power cord unplugged, then plug the power cord back in, press and hold the power button on the

When you see red-green-blue plugs on a TV as component input they do not indicate the actual color going across them, they are only there to tell them apart. they are all a the same thing. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. In popular use, it refers to a type of component analog video (CAV) information that is transmitted or stored as three separate signals.

Several methods are used: composite sync, where the horizontal and vertical signals are mixed together on a separate wire (the S in RGBS) separate sync, where the horizontal and vertical are nothing special about the component cables. See also[edit] List of display interfaces References[edit] ^ "Video Signal: Composite vs. i am using composite because i thought quality would be greater than s video, as i want the tv to play movies.

If I unplug one of the cables, it goes to black and white, but never the full color picture it should be. Component video is a video signal that has been split into two or more component channels. it's a lot more simpler than one would think. A monitor that is not equipped to handle SoG will display an image with an extreme green tint, if any image at all, when given a SoG input.

Media Center freezes up when in playback, and then my comp goes to blue screen, and reboots -.- this happens after like 10-15 minutes of viewing...... The color of the cable is just there for convenience. sorry for the shameless plug) and he says people get them mixed up all the time. I just bought component cables for my DVD player/TV today, and when I hooked them up and use the "Component IN" channel on my TV, everything is a blue hue.

Get a new video card with DVI out, which you can then hook up to your HDMI input (I can help you find a DVI to HDMI cable.. Sync on luma is much similar to sync on composite, but uses the Y signal from S-Video instead of a composite video signal. you do not have to use certain special "component video cables". Connected the Y Rb Rc and the audio Red and White ends to the Component In on the back of my TV.