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Old Jul 08, 2006, 12:56 PM
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So I have this problem best described by the pics below. My TV has a component input, which is just an amazing difference in picture quality over composite input. Unfortunately for the past few months I have had this problem playing DVDs over this output.
  • The ps2 is NTSC and the DVDs are NTSC.
  • The problem happens with both original and backup dvds.
  • I thought the problem was with the modchip, but I changed to an original duo3 chip and moreover this problem happens when I boot with the chip off (it doesn't play DVDs when the chip is on).
  • There is absolutely no such problem when playing games - NTSC or PAL.
  • The DVDs play fine when I switch to the composite cable.
I would have chalked this to the cable going bad, but the second last point makes me think otherwise.

Any ideas? Here are the pics:
[URL="********img168.imageshack.us/my.php?image=component19lg.jpg"]Pic1, [URL="********img324.imageshack.us/my.php?image=component26md.jpg"]Pic2
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Old Aug 12, 2006, 02:45 AM
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Originally Posted by vebmetal
So I have this problem best described by the pics below. My TV has a component input, which is just an amazing difference in picture quality over composite input. Unfortunately for the past few months I have had this problem playing DVDs over this output.
  • The ps2 is NTSC and the DVDs are NTSC.
  • The problem happens with both original and backup dvds.
  • I thought the problem was with the modchip, but I changed to an original duo3 chip and moreover this problem happens when I boot with the chip off (it doesn't play DVDs when the chip is on).
  • There is absolutely no such problem when playing games - NTSC or PAL.
  • The DVDs play fine when I switch to the composite cable.
I would have chalked this to the cable going bad, but the second last point makes me think otherwise.

Any ideas? Here are the pics:
[URL="********img168.imageshack.us/my.php?image=component19lg.jpg"]Pic1, [URL="********img324.imageshack.us/my.php?image=component26md.jpg"]Pic2
Lmao, get a real TV. Not a bomb box.
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Old Aug 14, 2006, 04:13 AM
vebmetal vebmetal is offline
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wtf ?!?!?!?!?!?
 

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