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Apr 14, 7:03am - #11955 
Game System setup... what the... HELP!

ok so i bought the Alpine system (dvd and screen) and want to hook up my PS2... sooo I see everyone put them in their trunk but then where do i put the controllers so that they reach the front? do i just need extension cords? i dont even know if they exist for controllers... um ya so obviously i have no idea what im talkin about so any tips/advice would be GREAT!!
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Apr 15, 9:13pm - #11956 
also.. how would i power the ps2?


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Apr 15, 9:29pm - #11958 
cmon StrikerGT, everybody has personal preferences... all his asking are tips and advise grin

what you need to power up your PS2 is a power inverter, electronic shop has those, even the place where you bought your PS2... as for controllers, its best if you get the cordless ones, pretty expensive but the good thing about it is no cords attached thumbsup

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Apr 15, 10:07pm - #11960 
yeah, they have PS2 extension chords for controllers and AV plug.. I have a delvelopers kit over the wall from me at work, and an extension chord that runs through the wall to my desk (as well as extended PS cables that connect to the TV at my desk).. if we can get them you gotta be able to find them somewhere.


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Apr 15, 10:59pm - #11961 
but isnt there another way to power it? my bf has one of those adapter things someone mentioned but theyre so loud... plus i use my cig lighter for my cell phone charger!! ahhh not enough power!!


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Apr 16, 3:14am - #11962 
like i said no extension cords needed when you get the infra red/cordless ones for your PS2 + it looks cooler without seein the cord, as for cigar lighter plug, you need to get one of those 3 way cigar lighter plug adapters so you can plug your power inverter and your cellphone adapter...

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Apr 17, 1:56am - #11963 
ya but isnt there another way to power it rather than using a power inverter... i dont like them.. theyre big and loud


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