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|haydena||4:06pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|Good controller that keeps the best of both worlds - vibration and wireless - in the same PlayStation controller everyone knows and loves. The Dualshock 3 is the second-generation PS3 wireless controller, adding force feedback to the Sixaxis controller. Nice controller where the vibration function adds a lot to the game experience. Though a bit pricey in my opinion.|
|sky06||6:41pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|A great design a decade ago, and still great The original PSone dualshock controller was practically revolutionary when it was first introduced. great game This game is great. One would enjoy it even more if you are a fan of the metal gear franchise and have played the previous mgs games.|
|inalto||9:58am on Monday, July 12th, 2010|
|Well after buying the first Playstation 3 that was on the market i noticed when i took the controller out of the box that there wasnt a rumble functio...|
|traecker||4:09pm on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|After the analogue sticks on both my Sixaxis controllers began sticking, I was forced to buy the Dual Shock 3 model and so far it has served me well. when i first got my PS3 it came with the original sixaxis controller, now i believe when you buy a PS3 now the dualshock 3 comes as standard. The DualShock 3 is the wireless controller that comes bundled with every new PS3.|
|agileflower||2:37pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|This is a good controller that is great for your PS3 Good battery life none eveything seems perfect This is a good controller that is great for your PS3 Good battery life none eveything seems perfect|
|lloydgsargent||7:00pm on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|I have stepped on it, dropped it, and my brother even banged it against the floor out of rage, but it is still working like day 1! It is comfortable.|
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This product has been designed with the highest concern for safety. However, any electrical device, if used improperly, has the potential for causing fire, electrical shock or personal injury. To help ensure accident-free operation, follow these guidelines: Observe all warnings, precautions and instructions. Stop use and unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet immediately if the device functions in an abnormal manner or produces unusual sounds or smells. Contact the appropriate PlayStation customer service helpline which can be found within every PlayStation and PlayStation2 format software manual if the device does not operate properly. Do not remove the console exterior or disassemble the console. The laser beam emitted from the lens of this unit may be harmful to the eyes. Do not use the console near water. Keep the console and all connecting cords and cables out of the reach of children. Do not touch the plug of the AC power cord with wet hands. Do not touch the console or connected accessories during an electrical storm. Do not touch the console or AC adaptor for extended periods of time while the console is turned on as extended contact may cause low-temperature burns. Do not place the console and connected accessories on the floor or in a place where they may cause persons walking by to trip or stumble. Adjust the settings of the DVD player according to the instructions provided before playing a DVD. If the settings are not correct, a loud sound may be emitted, possibly injuring your ears or damaging the speakers. Do not touch a disc while it is spinning as personal injury or damage to the disc may result. Do not close the disc cover in a way that could pinch your hand or fingers as personal injury or damage to the console may result.
Stop using the console immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms. If the condition persists, consult a doctor. Lightheadedness, nausea, or a sensation similar to motion sickness Tired, uncomfortable or aching hands or arms Tired, dry or aching eyes When operating the unit, play in a well-lit room and keep a safe distance from the TV screen. Avoid prolonged use of the console. Take a break of about 15 minutes during every hour of play. Do not use the console when you are tired or short of sleep. Listening to sound continuously for a long time with a high volume may adversely affect the ears. Be careful especially when using headphones. Adjust the volume so that surrounding sounds can be heard.
Do not throw or drop the console or accessories, or expose them to strong physical shock. Do not place the console or accessories on surfaces that are unstable, tilted or subject to vibration. Do not expose the console or accessories to high temperatures, high humidity or direct sunlight (use in an environment where temperatures range from 5 C to 35 C). Do not place the console or accessories in locations subject to sudden temperature change (for example, changes of 10 C per hour or more). Do not leave the console or accessories in a car with its windows closed (particularly in summer). Do not place the console in locations of poor ventilation such as small, enclosed areas, directly against a wall or on a thick carpet or bedding. Do not expose the console to dust, smoke or steam. This can cause the console to malfunction. Do not allow liquid or small particles to get into the console. Do not put any objects on the console. Do not touch or insert foreign objects into the connectors of the console or accessories. Do not place the console close to magnetic fields produced by magnets or loudspeakers. Do not set the console other than in the vertical or horizontal position. When placing in the vertical position, use the Vertical Stand (for PlayStation2) (sold separately) that is compatible with this console. Also, do not change the position while the console is turned on.
Do not connect network cables or telephone cords of the following types to the network connector: Standard residential telephone lines Network cables not appropriate for use with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX network Any ISDN (digital) compatible phone or data line PBX phone lines Other unknown types of telephone lines
Connecting with a network cable
If you set the volume too high, it may harm your hearing or damage the speakers. Exercise care when setting the volume.
Note on safety when playing DVDs or CDs
Do not touch the disc surface when handling a disc; hold it by the edges. Do not stick paper or tape onto discs and do not write on discs. Fingerprints, dust, dirt or scratches on the disc can distort the picture or reduce sound quality. Always handle carefully and make sure discs are clean before use. Do not leave discs near a heat source, in direct sunlight or in high humidity. Store discs in their cases when not in use - scratched and damaged discs will not function correctly. Clean discs using a soft cloth, lightly wiping from the centre outwards. Do not use solvents such as benzine, commercially available cleaners not intended for CDs or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs. Do not leave a disc in the console when moving or changing the position of the console. Do not use irregularly shaped discs (for example, heart- or star-shaped discs) or damaged, re-shaped or repaired discs.
If the console or disc is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture may condense on the lens inside the console or on the disc. Should this occur, the console may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and turn off and unplug the console. Do not put the disc back in until the moisture evaporates (this may take several hours). If the console still does not operate properly, contact the appropriate PlayStation customer service helpline which can be found within every PlayStation and PlayStation2 format software manual.
For safety reasons, before cleaning the console or connected accessories, 1) turn off the console, 2) disconnect the power plug for the console from the electrical outlet, and 3) remove the network cable from the network connector. When cleaning the console, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinner, solvents, other chemicals or a chemically-treated dust cloth to clean the product. When dust accumulates in the console vents, remove the dust with a lowpowered vacuum cleaner. Do not touch the lens located inside the disc cover. To help protect the lens from dust, keep the disc cover closed except when inserting or removing discs.
Use the PlayStation2 console and accessories according to the instructions in this manual. No authorisation for the analysis or modification of the console, or the analysis and use of its circuit configurations, is provided. There are no userserviceable components inside the PlayStation2 console. Disassembling the console will void the guarantee. Additionally, there is a risk of exposure to laser radiation as well as to electrical shock hazards.
18 Using Memory Cards
Insert the Memory Card into a MEMORY CARD slot on the console front.
Inserting a Memory Card
When copying game data, check that two Memory Cards are inserted in the console. If you have selected Delete skip to step 5. ,
Select Copy or Delete, and then press the
Select the destination, and then press the Select Yes, and then press the button.
While copying or deleting data, do not remove the Memory Cards.
When copying or deleting is completed, press the
Some software titles designate a specific MEMORY CARD slot to use. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details.
Depending on the software, the procedure for saving or loading may vary. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details.
Saving or loading game data
To view information about a game data item, select the icon for the data and then press the button to check the details. Compatibility between software and Memory Cards: You cannot save or copy PlayStation2 format software to a Memory Card (SCPH-1020 E). You cannot save PlayStation format game data to a Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2). You can, however, copy PlayStation format game data from a Memory Card (SCPH-1020 E) to a Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) for storage purposes. Note that such game data cannot be loaded directly from a Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2).
Copying or deleting game data
At the Browser screen ( page 35), use the directional buttons to select the icon for the Memory Card you want to use for copying or deleting data and then press the button. Select the icon for the data you want to copy or delete, and then press the button.
Using Memory Cards 19
Playing an audio CD
Playing a CD
Using the directional buttons, select the icon for the desired track and then press the button.
Icon (button*). (L1 button) Go to the beginning of the current or previous track Fast reverse Fast forward Function
Operating the CD player during playback
Turn on the console and insert the disc (
Follow steps 1 to 4 of Starting a game. The track numbers are displayed. Playback begins.
m (L2 button)
M (R2 button)
To clear Resume Play
24 Watching a DVD
Finding a particular point on a DVD (Search)
You can search either forwards or backwards to quickly locate a particular point on a DVD.
You can display information such as the current title number or elapsed time.
Displaying playback information
During playback, select or in the Control Panel ( page 22) and then press and hold the button.
Search 3 Search 2 Search 1 Slow
During playback, select in the Control Panel ( page 22) and then press the button.
Chapter X Chapter X
Search speed changes as shown below when you press either the up or down directional button while holding down the button.
Title X Title X Title X Title X (Off)
The display changes as shown below each time you press the button.
C - XX:XX:XX T - XX:XX:XX T - XX:XX:XX Elapsed time of current chapter
Title number and chapter number Remaining time of current chapter
Release the button when you reach the point you are searching for.
Playback returns to normal speed.
C - XX:XX:XX
Remaining time of current title
Elapsed time of current title
To use the Analog Controller to Search during playback, press and hold down the L2 or R2 button to begin searching. Use the directional buttons to change speeds. Release the L2 or R2 button when you reach the point you are searching for.
Watching a DVD 25
When using a DVD-RW disc (VR mode), you can select the type of titles you want to play.
Selecting Original or Play List for DVD-RW playback
With playback stopped, select ( page 22) and then press the
Original and Play List will be selected in turn each time you press the button.
Plays content in the originally recorded sequence Plays edited content. Play List is the default setting.
in the Control Panel button.
Using the various playback modes, you can play titles or chapters in the order you want or repeat playback of a specific scene. There are four playback modes: Program Play ( page 26) Shuffle Play ( page 27) Repeat Play ( page 27) A-B Repeat ( page 27) The following instructions assume use of the Control Panel ( to operate the DVD player. Notes
Using the playback modes
Slow-motion play in reverse is not available for DVD-RW discs (VR mode). You cannot use this function with Resume Play. Clear Resume Play ( page 24) before selecting this feature.
You can play combinations of Program Play, Shuffle Play, and Repeat Play. Note, however, that some Shuffle Play or Repeat Play options may not be available depending on the combination. The PlayStation2 console plays disc content as recorded in the DVD software.
You can create programmes to play titles and chapters in any order.
During playback, select in the Control Panel ( and then press the button. Select a programme number, and then press the Select the title number, and then press the
If no programmes have been set, the only option will be 1. Title.
26 Using the playback modes
To play all the chapters, select . Repeat steps 2 to 4 to set other All titles or chapters.
Select the chapter number, and then press the
Program Play begins.
You can set this option to play titles or chapters repeatedly.
Press the START button.
Select in the Control Panel ( the button.
The setting will not be cleared after Program Play finishes.
Repeats playback of one title Clears Repeat Play Repeats playback of all titles
page 22), and then press
You can set this option for random playback of all titles or chapters recorded on a disc. Playback order will be different each time Shuffle Play is used.
Title Repeat Repeat Off
Repeats playback of one chapter
Title Shuffle Shuffle Off
Plays titles in random order Clears Shuffle Play Plays chapters in random order
Select N, and then press the
You can set a specific scene to be played repeatedly.
During playback, select in the Control Panel ( page 22) and then press the button at the point you want to start repeated playback.
The starting point (point A) is set.
Press the playback.
The ending point (point B) is set, and repeated playback of the section from A to B begins.
button at the point you want to end repeated
Using the playback modes 27
Clears playback modes to allow normal playback.
Clearing playback modes
Select press the
A message stating, Play mode contents cleared is displayed and , the console returns to normal playback.
Select this option when the console is connected to a standard TV.
You can sharpen or soften the outline of the on-screen image. The higher the value, the sharper the outline. Normally, select 0.
Depending on the DVD, Outline Sharpening may produce limited results.
During playback, you can display playback status information in the top right corner of the screen for a few seconds.
Playback status information is displayed for a few seconds. Playback status information is not displayed.
DVDs can contain video-based and film-based material, which use different frame rates. When playing video-based material using progressive scan, some images may appear unnatural. If this occurs, set Progressive to Off and view in standard interlace mode. When you set Progressive to On TV Type ( , page 29) is automatically set to 16:9.
1 Check that you have a DVD in the console. 2 Press the \/1 (on/standby)/RESET button on the console front. Then press and hold down the START button of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) in controller port 1 until the DVD picture is displayed. The Progressive setting is returned to Off, allowing the DVD-Video to be displayed as normal. You can also cancel this setting using the Clear Progressive Setting ( page 40) option in the Version Information screen.
30 Adjusting DVD player settings
DVD-RW disc (VR mode) content can only be viewed in standard interlace format. The Progressive option is not available when playing such content.
The list of region options is displayed.
Select Region, and then press the
Setting viewer options
You can use this option to set the picture status when playback is paused.
Select the region to base the Parental Control level on, and then press the button.
If you select Other see Region code list ( , The list of level options is displayed. page 32).
Select Level, and then press the
A picture with moving elements is displayed without jitter. Normally select this position.
Select a restriction level, and then press the
A picture without moving elements can be displayed at high resolution.
With DVD playback stopped, go to step 6 in Setting Parental Control and set Level to Off.
To clear Parental Control
In some regions, the viewing of some DVD content may be restricted based on viewer age or other factors. You can use the Parental Control feature to restrict the level of content that may be viewed through your console. The lower the value, the stricter the restriction.
Setting Parental Control
The screen for registering a password is displayed. If a password has already been registered, the screen for confirming the password is displayed.
Select Parental Control, and then press the
Repeat step 2 to enter a four-digit password. If you want to clear a number, press the button. When registering a password, you are required to enter it again for confirmation.
Select a number, and then press the
Adjusting DVD player settings 31
To enter a Parental Control region code, select Other in step 4 of Setting Parental Control ( page 31). Use the directional buttons to select the first letter, and then press the right directional button. Then select the next letter and press the button.
Region code list
Repeat step 2 to enter a four-digit password. You are required to enter it again for confirmation.
Playing a disc restricted by Parental Control
Czech Republic Denmark Finland France
Netherlands Norway Poland Russia Spain
You will be prompted to temporarily change the Parental Control level to allow playback. This usually occurs immediately at disc start-up but may also occur at different times depending on the DVD.
Start playback of the DVD (
Portugal Slovakia Sweden
Germany Greece Israel Italy Ireland
GR IL IT IE
SK SE ES
Using the directional buttons, select Yes and then press the button.
The screen for entering the password is displayed. Repeat step 3 to enter the four-digit password. After entering the password, playback will begin again. When DVD playback is stopped, the Parental Control level returns to the original setting.
Switzerland United Kingdom
CH GB TR
In step 2 of Setting Parental Control ( following steps:
Changing your password
page 31), complete the
If you forget your password, see Troubleshooting ( page 52). If you do not set a password, you cannot change the Parental Control settings. Some DVDs with the Parental Control feature do not allow use of playback modes ( pages 26 to 27). Notes
Using the directional buttons, select Change Password and then press the button.
The screen for changing the password is displayed.
32 Adjusting DVD player settings
Setting sound options
You can switch the method of outputting the audio signal when you connect the following audio devices to the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Audio Digital Out
This option sets Dolby Digital as the output signal for the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder. Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
When the console is connected to an audio device without a Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG decoder, set Dolby Digital DTS and MPEG to Off If ,. you set these options to On without the necessary decoder, you may have no sound or an extremely loud noise may be emitted.
Gameplay Function Off
Select this option when not operating PlayStation2 or PlayStation format software with the DVD Remote Control.
Select this option when operating PlayStation2 or PlayStation format software with the DVD Remote Control.
Spanish Italian Dutch
Displays messages in Italian Displays messages in Dutch
Displays messages in German
Displays messages in Spanish
Displays messages in Portuguese
38 Using the System Configuration menu
Using the Version Information screen
You can check version information for various console components by selecting this option. You can also change optional settings for some items.
For details, see the instructions for each item (
pages 39 to 41).
The default setting for each menu item is underlined in the explanations below.
The Version Information screen is displayed.
At the main menu (
page 35), press the
The PlayStation2 console automatically adjusts its internal settings for optimal playback. When "Diagnosis" is set to "On", the console makes additional adjustments.
Off On Diagnosis is turned off. Diagnosis is turned on.
Optional settings are available for "Console", "PlayStation Driver" and "DVD Player". "DVD Player" can be set only if the DVD player's "Progressive" option is set to "On".
The "Diagnosis" setting will automatically return to the default setting in the following cases: When playback of PlayStation2 or PlayStation format software or a DVD begins When the console is reset When the console is turned off
Using the directional buttons, select an item and then press the button.
The current setting for the item is displayed. The available options are displayed.
Using the Version Information screen 39
You can set the PlayStation Driver programme to optimise performance of PlayStation format software.
You cannot play online games with this console using a dial-up or ISDN connection. USB connectivity from the External Network Device to the USB connector is not supported. There are two types of network cables: straight-through cable and crossover cable. Ensure that you use the correct type of cable when connecting your PlayStation2 console to your Broadband Internet connection. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device, or your Broadband Internet Service Provider for details.
You can connect the console to a network using an Ethernet network cable connected to the NETWORK connector on the console rear. You can connect to a 100 Base-TX or 10 Base-T network. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device for details.
Basic network setup
Network line This will vary depending on the type of broadband service in your home. Network equipment The type of equipment used will also vary depending on the type of service.
Broadband modem, router etc.
Commercially available network cable.
When connecting the console and a PC to the network, a network device such as a router or a hub may be required. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device for details.
For more information on network setup, visit www.playstation.com
42 Connecting to a network
Connecting the console
Do not plug the AC power cord for the console into the electrical outlet until you have made all other connections.
Connect the Ethernet network cable to the NETWORK connector on the console rear.
Do not connect network cables or telephone cords of the following types to the network connector; too much electrical current may pass through the connector, causing a malfunction, excessive heat or fire in the connector: Standard residential telephone lines Network cables not appropriate for use with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX network Any ISDN (digital) compatible phone or data line PBX phone lines Other "unknown" types of telephone lines
Commercially available network cable
Insert the connector on the network cable to the network device.
The connection method will vary depending on the network device. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device for details.
Connecting to a network 43
Creating network settings
After you have connected a network cable to the console, you will need to create and save network settings. To do this you need a Network Access Disc supplied by registering your PlayStation2 console. You can register your PlayStation2 console by visiting www.ps2registration.com
To create a network setting, you will need the following items: A Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) (sold separately) Login and network setup information provided by your Broadband Internet Service Provider
Surround effect is not present when playing a DVD with a Dolby Digital audio track.
, Check that the console is connected to an audio device with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder using an optical digital cable. , Check that the settings of the audio device are correct. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device for details. , Set Dolby Digital to On in Audio Digital Out ( page 33).
, For some DVDs with a Dolby Digital audio track, the output signal may not comprise the entire 5.1 channel range.
, If the software title is compatible only with the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2), it will not work properly with the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK). Use a controller that is appropriate for the software title. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details. , Check that the controller is set to the appropriate mode for the software. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details. , Try using another controller that is compatible with the PlayStation2 console. There may be a problem with the controller in use.
, Static electricity and other similar occurrences may affect the console s operation. Turn off the console and unplug it from the electrical outlet. Then, replug and turn on the console by pressing the @/1/RESET button.
The console does not function properly.
The controller does not function.
, Do not use the console until the flashing stops. Placing the console in an extremely hot location or blocking the console s vents raises the internal temperature of the console, thereby preventing proper operation.
The @/1 indicator flashes in red and the console does not work.
, Because PlayStation2 format software titles load at a higher speed than PlayStation format software titles, the noise or vibration may be greater.
The console makes noise or shakes.
The console does not recognise the Memory Card. Data cannot be saved or copied to the Memory Card.
, Check that the Memory Card is compatible with the software in use ( page 18). , Check that the Memory Card is inserted securely ( page 19). , Check that you are saving the data correctly. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details. , Data cannot be saved if there is not enough free space on the Memory Card. , Try using another Memory Card. There may be a problem with the Memory Card in use. , While saving, loading, copying or deleting data, do not attempt any of the following. Doing so may damage the data. Do not remove the Memory Card or the controller. Do not open the disc cover. Do not reset the console. Do not turn off the console. , Corrupted data can be deleted in the Browser menu ( page 19).
, Check that the DVD has the correct region code. Also check that the broadcast signal of the disc is compatible with the console ( page 45). , The Parental Control feature may be set on the disc. Follow the on-screen instructions and temporarily raise the level of Parental Control ( page 32).
The DVD does not play.
, You can clear the password using the following procedure:
You forget your password.
Clear Resume Play ( feature.
1 Start a DVD, and then stop playback.
page 24). Use a DVD without the Parental Control
Data saved on a Memory Card is corrupted.
2 At the Control Panel, select ( page 22).
and then press the
3 Select Parental Control, and then press the
The screen to enter a password is displayed. If the screen to register a password is displayed, no password had been registered before. In this case, register a new password.
4 Press the SELECT button.
The screen to clear the password is displayed.
5 Enter the number 7444.
The registered password is cleared, and the screen for registering a password is displayed. Enter a new password ( page 31).
, Check that the network settings are correct. Refer to the instructions supplied with the software or the information from your Internet service provider and adjust the setting accordingly. , The network is busy. Wait a few minutes, and then try to access the network again. , Check that the network cable is properly connected ( page 43). , Check that you are using the correct type of network cable ( page 43). , Check that the network settings or connections of the network device are correct. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device for details.
Connection to the network cannot be established.
, Depending on the DVD, some functions may not be available: Stop, Search, Slow, Program Play, Shuffle Play or Repeat Play may be prohibited. The audio language cannot be changed on discs that do not have multiple audio tracks. Also, some DVDs do not allow the audio language to be changed. If multilingual subtitles are not recorded on the DVD, you cannot change the language for the subtitles. It may not be possible to change the subtitle language or turn the subtitles off. If multiple angles are not recorded on the DVD, you cannot change the viewing angles. Changing the viewing angles may be prohibited. You can only select when playing a DVD-RW disc (VR mode). Check whether a DVD-RW disc (VR mode) is inserted in the console.
Some functions are not available.
, Some settings cannot be changed during playback or Resume Play ( page 28). Stop playback completely or clear Resume Play ( page 24) before attempting to adjust the settings.
Some DVD settings cannot be changed.
, PlayStation, , DUALSHOCK and SONY and are registered trademarks and
2006 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.
are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
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