PSP Component AV Cable Instructions

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The PSP AV cable allows you to play games, watch movies and view photos on your TV. There are two versions of the PSP AV cable available for both the standard PSP and PSP Go: the component and composite AV cable. The component cable is designed for HDTVs and will not work with standard-definition TVs that do not include component inputs. The composite AV cable is designed for standard-definition TVs, displays at a lower resolution and does not support progressive scan.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn off the PSP. Connect the black, single end of the composite cable into the "Video Out" port on the bottom of the PSP.

  2. 2

    Connect the red, white and yellow prongs on the opposite side of the composite cable into the red, white and yellow AV inputs on your TV.

  3. 3

    Set your TV to its "AV" display mode. It might also be referred to as "Video 1," "Input 1" or something similar.

  4. 4

    Turn on the PSP. Press and hold the "Display" button for five seconds. After a few seconds, the PSP screen will black out and you will see the PSP menu on your TV.

  1. 1

    Turn off the PSP. Connect the black, single end of the component cable into the "Video Out" port on the bottom of the PSP.

  2. 2

    Connect the blue, green and red prongs on the opposite side of the component cable into the blue, green and red component inputs on your TV. Connect the red and white audio cables that are split off from the video cables into the red and white standard AV inputs on your TV.

  3. 3

    Set your TV to its "Component" display mode.

  4. 4

    Turn on the PSP. Press and hold the "Display" button for five seconds. After a few seconds, the PSP screen will black out and you will see the PSP menu on your TV.

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