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2 quick questions (Mem Card & A/V) - New to PS2's
2 quick questions (Mem Card & A/V) - New to PS2's –
Hey all... I'm new to the PS2 scene and I have a couple of quickie questions that should be easy to answer... I tried doing a search but none of the posts really helped... I've ordered a PSTwo that I should get in about a week, but I wanted to do some pre-scouting if you will...
1. I have some old PSX memory cards from way back... Are these compatible with PS2 games or will I need to buy a new card to save my games?
2. I'd like to have the best A/V setup that the PSTwo allows... I.E. For my xbox, I have the MS High Def A/V pack with lets me hook up component cables going to my hdtv, and an optical cable going to my receiver... I'm not totally sure what the PS2 supports, so basically what is the best way for me to hook it up for best sound and video? And is there anything I need to do on the PS2 side in order to "enable", so to speak, higher quality settings...
I don't mean that I need the best cables, just the best way to hook it up...
Thanks for the help!
you can only use the ps1 memory card to save when playing ps1 games. for ps2 games you needa ps2 mem card.
Ah I had a feeling I'd need to buy a PS2 memcard... Oh well...
What about the best way to hookup the PS2? Anyone have any ideas?
buy a component cable for ps2 and a optical cable and plug in.
then set it from rgb to yr/pb/cb in the options menu
Please keep in mind that I don't have my PSTwo yet... This is just research for when I get it in a day or two...
All the component cables that I've seen (Best Buy, Gamestop, etc...) seem to be component video with analog audio... How would I connect an optical cable to the PSTwo? Is there a built in optical port or does a component cable with an optical audio port exist and I just haven't seen it yet?
Again, thanks for the responses...
there is a fiber optic optical port on the back. remember, its not a coaxiail optic out.. so you need a fiber optic audio in on your receiver.
Originally Posted by willmans
Originally Posted by alucard_x