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Topic # 9997 29-Oct-2006 13:56
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Hi All

I am trying to figure out how to connect my PS2 to my PC (Monitor) so that I can use the PS2 via my 19" wide screen.

I have checked the net and some info states to get a TV card (PCI) or a TV/Video converter what do you recommend and how much would it cost?

cheers is advance

Jace


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  Reply # 50166 29-Oct-2006 15:45
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I did some research on this topic last week for a colleague who wanted to plug his DVD player into a monitor (not a TV) - which is effectively what you want to do (ie plug a device into a monitor that normally goes into a TV).

I'm not sure of the pros and cons of the different models on the market, but the type of thing that you want is shown at the link below:

http://www.x-mods.co.nz/product_info.php?products_id=135

If you google for "vga box" you'll get plenty of hits and information.

Hope that helps.

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