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-===== Playstation 1 + 2 AV Pinout ===== 
-The Playstation AV Multi Out connector has everything you'll ever need for connecting it to the machine of your choice, except RF and Component.   
-The Playstation 2 uses the same connector, except that the RGB lines double as component-video.  Switching between the two is handled in the system menu. 
-|  1  |Ground  | 
-|  2  |Left Audio  | 
-|  3  |Ground  | 
-|  4  |Right Audio  | 
-|  5  |S-Video Y  | 
-|  6  |Composite Video | 
-|  7  |S-Video C  | 
-|  8  |Video Ground  | 
-|  9  |Blue  | 
-|  10  |+5 Volt  | 
-|  11  |Red  | 
-|  12  |Green  | 
-Note: You must add a 220uf capacitor in each of the RGB lines (+ towards console) to get an acceptable picture. If you don't, the picture will be too dark and you won't like it!! 
-Note: You will need to use an [[LM1881]] or similar circuit to strip the sync from the video line.   
-The Playstation 2 can do VGA through this port, however it is software controlled, and since there aren't enough pins for H+V Sync, it uses Sync-On-Green, which not all monitors support. 
-For reference, here's the pinout I use to connect all my systems to my monitors. A single common pinout means I don't need a seperate monitor cable for each system. 
-FIXME: This page could use new pictures. 
-Cabling configuration of official Sony Playstation RGB cables.  The official cables have 6 mini coaxes (R/G/B/Cv/L/R), a single conductor for +5VDC, and a drain wire for the braided shield. 
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