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Old 18-04-2002, 04:41
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Talking For Charlie and / or Dust to DUST

I just wanted to say thank you for helping me with the Messiah installation, i found in Israel very good installer,he took the PS2 in the morning and finish the job after 2-3 hours,every thing is working good.
If any one from israel wants the installer details,just Email me,find my Email in my profile.
There is one pronlem About the DVD movies,the PS2 reads all the DVD with Pach disk and a code(just pressing XXXX),but just in PAL movies the picture is good,in other zone the picture is not so good,the color is changing,and i have kind of lines on the screen.
Do you know the resone for this or you have any solution how to solve it ?
Second,I wanted to buy cable for the PS2 with S-VIDEO connector instead of the RCA connector ,do you think the picture will be better if i will replace the cable ?

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Old 18-04-2002, 05:32
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Wrong Forum,sorry

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Old 18-04-2002, 06:29
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My Tv is multi system,i think it's O.k, But if i am not right,all i need is Multi system tv or RGB cabel connected to the scart connector ?
What the deferent between the orginal cable we get with the PS2 - RCA connector connected to the scart plug ?
Does the S-video cable want be better then the rgb Plug?
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