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#1 Edited by ristactionjakso (5726 posts) -

It looks like crud. Does connecting a composite cable to it help clear up the picture any?

#2 Posted by MonsieurX (30220 posts) -

It will

#3 Edited by -ParaNormaN- (813 posts) -

I use component cables on my PS2 and it still looks like dung. The only games that look alright would be games that are Progressive Scan compatibility.

#4 Posted by GeminonTraveler (155 posts) -

@ristactionjakso said:

It looks like crud. Does connecting a composite cable to it help clear up the picture any?

no, it wont. PS2 is sub HD.... it will not look at better unfortunately. sub HD content on HDTVs always looks like garbage. wont matter what cable you use.

#5 Edited by Crossel777 (5595 posts) -

Composite cables wont do jack shit. Component cables however might make a slight difference, it does for me. Some HDTVs have better image quality at lower resolutions. So that probably makes a difference.

#6 Edited by BH14 (1715 posts) -

Component cables are a huge upgrade over composite cables. Composite cables look like garbage with an HDTV. PS2 with composite cables are pretty much unplayable with hdtv.

#7 Posted by GuitarSmash (208 posts) -

Definetely go witb Component Cable.......Composite is just too unbearable....

If you do not have Component outlets...just stick with S Video Cables....

#8 Edited by ristactionjakso (5726 posts) -

Alright thanks for the replies. I meant component cables lol. But I'll buy them and give them a try.

#9 Posted by special-ops (122 posts) -

Graphics are going to be the same no difference at all