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PS2 RF TV Adapter 98p at in-store only @ Game

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Went in my local Game today found a basket full of RF TV Adapters reduced from £4.99 to 98p.

This adaptor allows you to connect your PlayStation 2 console to a television via the aerial socket.

Intended for use with televisions that are not equipped with modern AV inputs, such as phono or scart sockets, or where these sockets are being used by other AV equipment.


* Simple to install:

Make sure that your television and console are switched off; Remove the TV aerial lead from the TV's aerial socket; Plug the cable of the adaptor marked "TO GAME" into the back of your PlayStation 2 and connect the adaptor cable marked "TO TV" to your TV's aerial socket. You may also reconnect the TV aerial lead into the "ANT IN" port on the adaptor, this will allow normal TV reception through the adaptor. TV or PlayStation 2 selection is then made via the AER / GAME switch on the adaptor. This adaptor can also be used with PSone and PlayStation consoles.

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago

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Could you put PS2 in the title please, took me a while to see what console this was for :)
Done, sorry about that.
hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was wondering if anyone may know what it is called....the lead is for watching something from one tv to another. for example i have sky downstairs and if i wanted to watch that upstairs. what is that equipment called please anyone??

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