Playing Psp on TV

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Jun 7, 2009

Playing Psp on TV by Hedgehogofchaos at 5:28 PM (780 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Hedgehogofchaos
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    What is the best solution for playing my psp on the tv? should I get composite cables and use the FUSA plugin? I've heard FUSA suffers from slow framerates. Or should I get a D terminal cable, or component cables. Also how would I hook up the d terminal cable or the component cables to an older tv?
     
  2. 13philip13

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    i have a component cable but i dont have the right tv for it...
    i only have the yellow-white-red thingy

    is there ANY way to make it work with this cable ?
     
  3. Dark

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    13 you should have brough the composite cable.
     
  4. oxMUDxo

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    If it the old PHAT PSP 1000 you cant play it on a TV..[​IMG]
     
  5. 13philip13

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    sorry but whats ''broughing'' ?
     
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    the frameratedrop in fusa isn't that bad.
    most games run playable, and if you set CPU to 333 they will run smooth.
    only times i've encountered slowdowns so far was during high-quality cutscenes/movies or while i had CPU at 222

    and which cable to take really depends on your TV.
    if your TV can't handle a certain cable directly, don't get that cable.

    another note about fusa though: don't use it for the XMB if you want to watch movies/view pictures.
    the native TV-out is better quality, but only works in the XMB.
     
  7. Hedgehogofchaos
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    okay, does anybody have any idea where I could buy a component cable locally? if not where is a good reliable online site to get one?
     

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