You go to where you plug in the power cable into the PS2, on the inside the lead that goes into the mobo from inside the yellow connector (So like think of it as the hotdog inside the bun) is the + lead and the outside (OR the bun) is the ground. Except on the ps2 they dont touch
thanx for the tip, nes
so if they touch it's like they'll explode or thats what i've read for li ion batteries.
anyways, i'll keep this in mind when i get my battery and ps2 and want to solder/hook them up.
also i'll be using my adjustable regulator for taking the 11V down to 9V for the ps2.
the ps2 power supply takes 8.5v actually.
i think the lcd i'll be using takes ??dc i check the description it doesn't say how much it takes.
but i can use my 11v li ion 6600mah for both he ps2 and screen?
so how can i know or be sure that the ps2 i'll get soon will be an sch that i hopefully can soft mod?
There isn't a really good way of checking aside from looking at the back of the PS2 itself and checking the model number. Therefore you have two options:
1. Buy it new from a place that has a decent return policy (like Target or Walmart), and return it if it isn't the right model number.
2. Buy it used from a used game store like Play 'N Trade, Gamestop, etc. Most of these types of stores will be willing to help you find an older model number if you go in at a time that isn't too busy.
Usually buying it used from a used game store is easier, in addition to being cheaper.
1. nice idea, through my local store i'll have to see on saturday when i go to see if i can get my ps2.
2. good idea, i found some used ps2 on amazon uk but the offers weren't available for some time after i added them to my saved items and had it there for buying later when i had the money.
but thanx for the advice.
i'll go to my local games store and see if they have the ps2 i want , if not i'll find one on amazon uk hopefuly.