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Using the PS2 in different countries

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Patreeek, Apr 4, 2003.

  1. Patreeek

    Patreeek Member

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    alright...i got a PS2 US console, and the electricity current is 115, and i'm movin in a few months and the electricity current over there is 220.
    so i was wondering if i can use it, just use like another electricity plug.
     
  2. jodge407

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    yeah you can as long as you have a voltage converter. Try www.voltageconverters.com and have an ntsc tv. When I was living in the UK i used my US PS2 with a voltage converter. Worked great no problems what so ever. If you haven't got an ntsc t.v however you games will be in black and white.
     
  3. Patreeek

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    oh really??
    thats good to know thanks mann, now i wont have to sell my ps2 or buy a newer one.
    thanks alot
     

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