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Unfortunately it would appear that the cable is not strong enough, and when the cable moves naturally over time, the two connectors either side of the middle 'box' will start to loosen, and cause audio to come out of only 1 channel, or for the screen to go pink (as mentioned by other reviewers.) Sometimes the whole signal can be lost and you will have to fiddle with the cable to get it back, before it faults again.
Good picture when it works, but unfortunately it doesn't work that often. Causes more hassle then it's worth - I would suggest some good component cables instead.
I rarely write reviews, but figured I'd give my take on this since nobody else has done it yet. I'm a huge retro gamer, and am currently in the process of moving away from my CRT TV and adapting all my old consoles to HDMI output. After loving Hyperkin's HDMI cable for the Nintendo Wii (which I use for GameCube games), I was curious enough to try this one out. Sadly, it isn't great.
The adapter requires external power through a provided microUSB cable. (I'm not necessarily blaming this piece of the hardware, but it's a possibility.) I plugged the cable into both my PS2 slim's USB port and my USB power adapter, the latter of which shorted out when using. Even when power was provided, the HDMI switch detected the signal, but showed no output to the TV. I was forced to feed the cable directly into the HDMI port on my TV, and sure enough it worked...with flaws.
The picture looks great in 720p, especially on my 4K television. That being said, the power running through this thing seems to be very limited, as both the video and audio stutter often and gives the sensation of glitchiness or freezing while playing a game. Even more sad is that the source output is stuck at a 16:9 resolution. Now, I understand that some people don't mind this...but the HDMI cable that Hyperkin built for the Nintendo Wii even outputted at 4:3 when the systems settings were set.
Overall, as far as my tests went, this cable is not good. If you don't mind a 16:9 resolution, I hear those PS2HDMI adapters work very well, and I'm sure they're better than this. As for me, I may just have to find a fat PS3 to play my classic titles through HDMI.