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PlayStation 2 accessories

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Various accessories for the PlayStation 2 video game console have been produced by Sony, as well as third parties These include controllers, audio and video input devices like microphones and video cameras, and cables for better sound and picture quality

Contents

  • 1 Game controllers
    • 11 DualShock 2
    • 12 Logitech Cordless Action controller
    • 13 Logitech Cordless Controller
    • 14 Sega Saturn PS2 Controller
    • 15 Logitech Driving Force GT
    • 16 Arcade sticks
    • 17 Rhythm Game Controllers
      • 171 Guitar Controllers
      • 172 Drum Controllers
      • 173 Microphones
      • 174 Dance Mats/Pads
    • 18 Buzz! Buzzers
    • 19 DVD Remote Control
  • 2 A/V Cables
    • 21 RFU adapter
    • 22 AV Composite cable
    • 23 S-Video Cable
    • 24 AV Adaptor
    • 25 EURO AV RGB SCART cable
    • 26 Component AV cable
    • 27 D-Terminal cable
    • 28 VGA Cable
  • 3 Other accessories
    • 31 Memory Card
    • 32 Multitap
    • 33 EyeToy
    • 34 Headset
    • 35 HDD
    • 36 Network Adapter
    • 37 Keyboard and Mouse
    • 38 Vertical Stand
    • 39 Horizontal Stand
  • 4 External links
  • 5 References

Game controllersedit

DualShock 2edit

Standard black DualShock 2 controller Main article: DualShock - DualShock 2

The DualShock 2 Analog Controller SCPH-10010 is the standard controller for the PlayStation 2 and is almost identical to the original DualShock controller for the original PlayStation console with only minor changes All the buttons other than L3, R3 and "Analog" feature analog pressure sensitivity; the connecting cable is slightly longer than the original DualShock and is black rather than grey; the connector is squarer; DualShock 2 is printed on the top of the controller and it features two more levels of vibration feedback

Logitech Cordless Action controlleredit

Logitech Cordless Action Controller
Logitech Cordless Action PlayStation 2 Controller with transceiver dongle
Manufacturer Logitech
Type Video game controller
Generation Sixth generation era
Input Inputs
Connectivity PlayStation 2 controller port, proprietary 24 GHz wireless
Dimensions
  • 155 × 102 × 60 mm
  • 61 × 4 × 236 in
Successor Logitech Cordless Precision Controller

The Logitech Cordless Action controller is an officially licensed wireless controller for the PlayStation 2 made by Logitech It features all of the inputs found the standard DualShock 2 controller, ie ten analog pressure-sensitive buttons , , , , L1, R1, L2, R2, Start and Select, three digital button L3, R3 and the analog mode button and two analog sticks As its buttons are pressure-sensitive, the controller is compatible with games which require a DualShock 2 The controller also features two vibration motors for haptic feedback, which are compatible with DualShock/DualShock 2 enabled games As a power saving measure, the vibration may be turned on or off by the user by way of a button on the controller's face It is powered by two AA batteries It communicates with the console using a proprietary 24 GHz RF protocol wireless by way of a dongle which connects to the PS2's controller port in a similar manner to Nintendo's WaveBird wireless controller

Logitech Cordless Controlleredit

Logitech Cordless Controller
Manufacturer Logitech
Type Video game controller
Generation Sixth generation era
Input Inputs
Connectivity PlayStation 2 controller port, proprietary 24 GHz wireless

Like the Logitech Cordless Action controller, the Logitech Cordless Controller is an officially licensed wireless PlayStation 2 controller made by Logitech1 It features all of the buttons including analog functionality of the standard DualShock 2 controller and is compatible with games requiring a DualShock 21 It is powered by two AA batteries, and as a power-saving measure, the vibration function can be turned off It communicates with the console via a wireless dongle which connects to the PS2's controller port and uses a proprietary 24 GHz RF technology1

Sega Saturn PS2 Controlleredit

See also: Sega Saturn Controller

The Sega Saturn PS2 Controller is a controller for the PS2 based around the Sega Saturn type-2/Japanese style controller The controller is officially licensed by both Sony and Sega, and the first version was released in black exclusively in Japan in 20052 A second version was produced in the color purple as part of a joint venture between Sega and Capcom to coincide with the launch of Vampire: Darkstalkers Collection in Japan3 Other than the connector, it is almost identical to the original Saturn controller, with a few minor changes In place of the original Saturn start button are indented PlayStation style start and select buttons Additionally, the reset, stop, play/pause, rewind and fast-forward labels above the X, Y, Z, L and R buttons have been removed, and labels of the corresponding PlayStation buttons have been added as listed below3

Saturn button PlayStation button
A
B
C R1
X
Y
Z L1
L L2
R R2

Logitech Driving Force GTedit

A Logitech Driving Force GT wheel and pedals Main article: Logitech Driving Force GT

http://ukplaystationcom/ps2/peripherals/detail/item285752/Driving-Force%E2%84%A2-GT/

Arcade sticksedit

A PS2 arcade stick

Rhythm Game Controllersedit

Main article: Rhythm game accessories

Guitar Controllersedit

Drum Controllersedit

Microphonesedit

Wired Singstar microphones

Various microphones are available for use on the PlayStation 2 with rhythm games such as Sony's own Singstar karaoke games and Harmonix's Rock Band series Singstar microphones are available in both wired 4 and wireless5 varieties; both connect to the console via USB

Dance Mats/Padsedit

On certain PS2 Games that are dance pad compatible allows the player to follow alongside on the game actions as the player must perform, they are usually found on games such as, Dance Revolution games

Buzz! Buzzersedit

Wireless Buzzers and USB adapter

Buzz! Buzzers are special controllers designed specifically for the Buzz! quiz game series The controllers feature large red buzzer buttons and four smaller coloured buttons for answer selection Both wired6 and wireless7 versions are available and come bundled with Buzz! games A four-buzzer set acts as a single USB device and connects a USB port on the PlayStation 2 Wireless versions connect via a USB dongle, with each dongle able to support up to 4 wireless buzzers at a time A second dongle is required for additional buzzers for 8 player games Both the wired and wireless versions of the buzzers are compatible with both PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 The "big button controllers" available for the Xbox 360 heavily resemble buzzers in many respects, and fulfil the same function

DVD Remote Controledit

PS2 DVD remote control

The DVD remote control is an infra-red remote control for the PlayStation 2 designed to allow easier control of DVD movies The first remote SCPH-10150 came bundled as SCPH-10170 with an infra-red receiver dongle SCPH-10160 which attached to one of the PlayStation 2's controller ports; this dongle is not needed on later PS2 models beginning from SCPH-500xx and slimline PS2 models SCPH-700xx to SCPH-900xx as they feature an integrated IR port

There are two different models of the DVD remote control released, which only had minor differences The first released is the SCPH-10150 The second, SCPH-10420, is functionally and visually the identical apart from the addition of eject and reset/power buttons However the eject button will only work on PS2 models SCPH-100xx to -500xx, as the slimline PlayStation 2 models had no motorized disc tray to eject

Both versions of the remote feature all the standard PS2 buttons in addition to DVD playback controls

A/V Cablesedit

PlayStation AV composite video/stereo audio cable PlayStation component YPBPR cable

Various A/V cables have been made available for the PlayStation 2, which offer varying levels of picture quality Additionally, the PS2 features a TOSLINK port, which facilitates the output of digital S/PDIF audio - 2-channel LPCM, 51-channel Dolby Digital and 51-channel DTS the latter two are only available during DVD playback when it is encoded on the disk The PS2 is compatible with all PlayStation and PlayStation 3 cables which use the AV-multi port

RFU adapteredit

The RFU Adapter SCPH-1122 is an RF Modulator and cable that carries mono audio and video at 576i/50 Hz PAL or 480i/60 Hz NTSC via an RF signal and connects using a TV aerial plug8 It is similar to the RFU adapter cable available for the PlayStation

AV Composite cableedit

The AV cable SCPH-10500 is included with the PS2 and carries dual-channel stereo audio and composite video at 576i/50 Hz PAL or 480i/60 Hz NTSC It is identical to the composite cables available for the PlayStation and PlayStation 3 Consoles in PAL territories also come bundled with a composite/stereo SCART adapter block to facilitate connection to SCART enabled TVs This is merely an adapter and provides no quality improvement over a direct composite connection

S-Video Cableedit

The S-Video cable SCPH-10130u carries dual-channel stereo audio and s-video at 576i/50 Hz PAL or 480i/60 Hz NTSC, which provides a clearer picture than the standard AV cable

AV Adaptoredit

The AV Adaptor with S Video Out Connector is a break-out box which provides an additional AV-Multi out port, as well as composite, s-video and stereo audio connectors to allow connection to an AV receiver or similar device9

EURO AV RGB SCART cableedit

The EURO AV Cable is a SCART cable capable of carrying 576i/50 Hz or 480i/60 Hz using the RGB standard, as well as standard stereo audio and composite video It provides a clearer picture than either s-video or composite signals To use the EURO AV cable, the PS2 must be set to RGB mode in the options10

Component AV cableedit

The Component AV Cable SCPH-10490 is a cable capable of carrying 576i/50 Hz or 480i/60 Hz using the YPBPR and RGB standards, as well as standard stereo audio, via RCA connectors It provides a clearer picture than either s-video or composite signals It is also required for games which support other video modes such as "progressive scan" 480p or 1080i Most PS1 games output at 240p through the cable, which may cause compatibility issues with some newer TV'sTo use the Component AV cable, the PS2 must be set to YPBPR mode in the options1112

D-Terminal cableedit

The D-Terminal cable is identical to the component cable other than its connector It was sold only in Japan and uses the Japanese D-Terminal standard

VGA Cableedit

The PlayStation 2 VGA cable carries RGBHV video via a VGA connector It is only compatible with progressive scan games and PS2 Linux Since the PS2 does not output separate sync, sync on green must be used instead, which may be incompatible with some monitors

Other accessoriesedit

Memory Cardedit

Official PS2 Memory Card

The Memory Card 8 MB SCPH-10020 Magic Gate is used to store settings, EyeToy video messages and savegames13 Official Sony memory cards are only available at a size of 8 MB, the memory card came in black, crimson red, and ocean blue

Later, Sony partnered with a third-party accessories company Katana to make Memory Cards that came in 16 MB and 32 MB These Memory Cards were officially licensed products and has the PlayStation 2 logo, and says Magic Gate on them

Third party memory cards are available up to 128 MB

Multitapedit

See also: Multitap

The Multitap for PlayStation 2 allows up to four controllers and four memory cards to be attached to a single controller port and memory card slot14 Up to 8 controllers and memory cards may be attached to the console at any one time by using two multitaps simultaneously Certain Multitaps will not work with specific PS2 models due to slight differences in slot placement SCPH-10090 was designed to fit the original consoles, while SCPH-70120 was instead designed for the slim consoles14

EyeToyedit

An EyeToy Main article: EyeToy

The EyeToy is a digital camera device, similar to a webcam, for the PlayStation 2 Originally, EyeToys were manufactured by Logitech known as "Logicool" in Japan, while later models were manufactured by Namtai The EyeToy is mainly used for playing specifically-designed EyeToy games, but can also be used to capture images and videos It is also compatible with the PlayStation 3

Headsetedit

Main article: PlayStation 2 Headset

The PS2 headset connects via USB 11 on the front of the console The headset is most commonly used in online multiplayer games; however, it can also be used in some karaoke style games, for voice control, and to enhance the immersive experience of some single player games

HDDedit

Main article: PlayStation 2 Expansion Bay § Hard disk drive

Network Adapteredit

Main article: PlayStation 2 Expansion Bay § Network Adaptor See also: List of PlayStation 2 network games

The PlayStation 2 network adapter is an optional accessory for some internet multiplayer compatible games Although the PS2 Slim had one built in the PS2 fat network adapter needed to be purchased

Keyboard and Mouseedit

An official Sony PlayStation 2 USB keyboard and mouse came bundled as part of Linux for PlayStation 2 which turns any non slim PS2 into a Linux computer Any standard USB keyboard and mouse will work In addition to the Linux kit, there were a handful of games that used a keyboard and mouse or just a mouse or trackball

Vertical Standedit

The vertical stand is attached to the PlayStation 2 console to allow it to stand vertically15 Three different versions are available: SCPH-10040 for original large consoles, SCPH-70110 for slimline SCPH-700xx consoles and SCPH-90110 for slimline SCPH-900xx consoles

Horizontal Standedit

The horizontal stand is attached to the base of original "fat" PlayStation 2 consoles to add height, and style16

External linksedit

  • Official European peripherals page
  • Official North American accessories page

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b c "Logitech Cordless Controller | PlayStation®2 System - PlayStationcom" Usplaystationcom 2011-11-18 Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  2. ^ "Play Sonic in style: Sega bringing the Saturn controller to PS2" Joystiq 26 February 2005 Retrieved 15 September 2010 
  3. ^ a b "SEGA Saturn Controller Coming to PS2" IGN 5 May 2005 Retrieved 15 September 2010 
  4. ^ "SingStar Microphone Pack - PlayStation 2, PS2 official peripheral" Ukplaystationcom 2009-07-21 Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  5. ^ "Wireless SingStar Microphones - PlayStation 2, PS2 official peripheral" Ukplaystationcom 2009-07-21 Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  6. ^ "Buzz! Buzzers - PlayStation 2, PS2 official peripheral" Ukplaystationcom 2009-07-21 Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  7. ^ "Wireless Buzz! Buzzers - PlayStation 2, PS2 official peripheral" Ukplaystationcom 2009-07-21 Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  8. ^ "RFU Adapter" SCEE Retrieved 22 November 2010 
  9. ^ "AV Adaptor with S Video Out Connector | Accessories | PlayStation®2 Systems - PlayStationcom" Sony Retrieved 16 September 2010 
  10. ^ "Peripherals - Euro-AV Cable" Sony Retrieved 16 September 2010 
  11. ^ "Peripherals - Component AV Cable" Sony Retrieved 16 September 2010 
  12. ^ "Peripherals - Component AV Cable for PlayStation 2" Sony Retrieved 16 September 2010 
  13. ^ "Memory Card 8MB for PlayStation 2 - PlayStation 2, PS2 official peripheral" Ukplaystationcom Retrieved 2012-03-27 
  14. ^ a b "Multitap for PlayStation 2" SCEE Retrieved 22 November 2010 
  15. ^ "Vertical Stand for PlayStation® 2" SCEE Retrieved 22 November 2010 
  16. ^ "Horizontal Stand for PlayStation®2" SCEA Retrieved 22 November 2010 

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