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HDV-G300 PS2 to HDMI Converter UP Scaler 1080P
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Description for HDV-G300 PS2 to HDMI Converter UP Scaler 1080P
Acompatible Mini PS2 to HDMI Converter Adapter with 3.5mm Audio Output Supports All PS2 Display Modes
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A couple of pieces of setup I had to deal with:
1. From the playstation's configuration menu, The "component video out" part needed to be set to "Y Cb/Pb Cr/Pr"
2. The "Digital Out (Optical)" setting didn't seem to make a difference - left it set to "on"
3. Since I was running this out to a 55" 4k TV, the screen size needed to be set to 16:9
4. Finally, when I tried to play games, the it would cut out (black screen, no audio, and a "no signal from HDMI" error message from the TV) then back on sporadically. The problem turned out to be caused by using the wrong HDMI port. Mine has four inputs labeled HDMI in 1 (STB/DVI), HDMI in 2 (MHL), HDMI in 3 (ARC), and just "HDMI in 4". Apparently, HDMI 4 (the port without any extra protocols associated with it) was the correct port. I was very stable after that and never cut out.
The video quality is definitely sharper than the component cables.
I switched back to the composite cable and everything has been fine -- although much less sharp