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Aún que los cables parescan delgados, estos ofrecen una buena calidad comparado con el típico cable amarillo, aún así me da pendiente que con un jalón se rompan. Si no puedes usar los cables componentes de sony por que te resulta muy caro, esta es tu mejor opción. Recomendadisimo :)
After long searching for an OEM Sony S-video cable for my PS2 for a decent price, with no luck, I decided to consider going with a third party solution. I was tempted by the price on this one but after reading some reviews, especially one in particular, I decided to take a gamble. The review that lead me to purchase this was from EposVox, a YouTube presenter that I have followed for a while now. He has content on retro gaming and CRT dispalys, but I digress. Once I had the cable in place and powered on my PS2 I was immediately impressed. The S-video signal is clean with no detectable video noise and there is no video signal bleeding in to the audio. The next thing I immediately notices is that S-video stood up against even 480i component, the clarity and color depth was slightly better with S-video. I saw saw some reviews stating that the end that plugs in to the console has a "death grip", I did not find this to be the case. It is snug but, as long as you don't just try to cram it in to place, not in any fashion that would damage your console. The overall cable feels like a quality product, although the ends with the rca and s-video plugs do feel a tad thin. The plugs themselves feel great! My only complaint, albeit a very small one considering how easy it is to rectify, is that the audio is wired backwards. The left channel plug carries the right channel audio and vice/versa. Just connect red to white and white to red and the audio will be where it should be.
Let me help you guys out. This is a good product but there are some things you need to know. 1st if you using a newer TV then make sure you set it to 4:3. This cable will make the resolution better then the standard cables that came with your gaming console. If you are looking for some really good quality then u need an old school CRT TV. The product itself is ok but definitely can tell it's made in China and not the same quality as the retro monster cables that you can't buy anymore but honesty you wouldn't see a difference in the TV resolution between the two. It's a good buy for what it is.
Ive only tried these on a ps1&2. When I received these i tested it for a while and I received some mixed results. When tried on a ps2 it worked incredibly well. Its sharp, clear and the audios pretty good. It worked well for games like Red Dead Revolver, Metal Gear solid 2, The Warriors and worked incredibly well with ps1 games too especially when using the smoother. The only set back o saw from ps1 games on the ps2 was that they had a slight checkerboard pattern. You cant notice it from a distance on smaller monitors but you might on bigger ones. The checkedboard patter also happens a bit on ps2 games but nowhere near as often as on ps1 gamss.
Now when i tested it on a ps1 it acted a bit strange. For the first 5 mins it worked fine but then the letters on the screen started shaking a lot. Also its pretty hard to put the plug inside the port behind the ps1. I had to jiggle it left and right a bit like you normally would with a key that doesnt want to fit through a hole.
Now a few days later I purchased a Sony Branded PS3 S-video cable and tried it on my ps2. It worked amazingly well. I put a ps1 game in and the checkerboard pattern was gone completely. When i tried it on a ps1 however it did gave me the same results as it did with the the 3rd party cable but not as often. I think it’s because the port might be dusty so i most likely have to clean it out a bit.
These 3rd party cables werent that bad when compared to the Sony Branded cables. I think id rather use the sony branded cable on the ps1 since it slided in much easier then with the 3rd party cable.
Would I recommend this? For a ps2 its not a bad alternative but keep in mind here and there you might see a slight checkered but its not entirely noticeable. Ps1 on the other hand im not sure. I’ll see what results i get later on.
The quality of the product looks as good as a Sony-made product. The actual fit with the PS3 not so well. The connection to the PS3 was not smooth. I had to shimmy the male end of the connection to the PS3. Once in place though, the cable stayed firmly in place. The main issue for me is that the PS3 is constantly being moved and disconnected then reconnected. So I am worried that the connection port would be damaged.