How To Use The Gamestop Universal Component Cable For PS3

Do you want to learn how to use the Gamestop universal component cable for PS3? Using the Gamestop universal component cable for PS3 is just as easy as using the standard cable that came with your console. Not only is connecting it a cinch, but the high definition picture detail you will get from it will make your games look even better. This guide will explain how to connect the Gamestop universal component cable to your PS3 and get the most from your gaming experience.

  1. Turn off your PS3. Turn off your PS3 by flipping the switch located on the rear of the machine.
  2. Plug the Gamestop universal component cable in the back of the PS3. The Gamestop universal component cable has one adaptor for each of the current video game consoles, so you need to connect the correct one to the back of your PS3. The PS3 uses the HDMI adaptor (the middle one), so plug that into the HDMI port on the back of your PS3.
  3. Connect the component cables to your television. There are six wires that need to be plugged into your television: one green, one blue, one white, one yellow and two red. Connect all these wires to the component inputs on your television.
  4. Test it out. Turn on your television and use your remote to switch the input to the correct component mode. Turn on your PS3 by first flipping the switch on the back and then touching the “power” button the front of the console. If everything went well, you should see your PS3’s menu pop up in glorious high definition!



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