Framemeister Component

Discussion in 'Sony PlayStation 1 & 2' started by godreborn, Aug 14, 2019 at 5:48 PM.

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    how exactly do you plug a ps2 into a framemeister if the ps2 is using component? I don't see any component inputs.
     
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    I've seen people buy a RetroTink for the additional ports for Framemeister and OSSC. That being said, there are likely cheaper options.
     
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    alright, I bought that adapter. thanks, guys.

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    @Armadillo , does the end to that d-terminal need a cable or does it plug directly into the framemeister?
     
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    Plugs directly in.

    Component cables into to that and then it plugs directly into the d-terminal input.
     
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    thanks. one last question - can I plug the framemeister directly into an American wall outlet, seeing as how it's a Japanese device?
     
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    Should be okay.

    It either comes with a supply expecting 100V 60Hz or a universal one that is 100-240v, 50/60Hz. I'm not sure if stores are swapping it out or if newer ones come with the universal one.

    Universal is definitely ok.

    If it's the 100v adapter, then it should be okay, plenty of people use Japanese stuff directly on US mains with no issue. 120 is only 20% more than 100v so standard sort of tolerance anyway.
     
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    yeah, I do have a Japanese ps4 and a Japanese DS. I've had no power issues with either of them.

    edit: what it says on the power adapter is too small for my eyes, so I'll just ask someone else to read off the numbers.
     
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