Gaming Monitor with Component AV Input

Hello Experts,

My kid's PSP 3000 on Sony Bravia with component AV cable rocks, now he wants to connect to his PC Monitor, since remote joy lite doesn't support all the games, I don't want it.

The simple solution is to have a monitor with component AV cable and an audio out, so dear experts, please suggest good budget gaming monitors.

Regards,
practitionerAsked:
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MereteCommented:
Hi practitioner I can understand  this is not easy to explain let alone figure out what connection types you have.
How to Connect Your PSP to Your Computer
Make sure you have am OS that is compatible with USB mass storage.
2-Connect the Mini-B(5 pin) USB cord to the port of the PSP
3-Connect the other end of the cord to the the PC/MAC
4-Select USB connection under Settings on the PSP 3000
Source How to connect PSP to PC
http://www.wikihow.com/Connect-Your-PSP-to-Your-Computer

Remote Joy won't show game>
1. install remotejoy to your psp....... 2.disconnect your psp. 3.start the psp game. 4.connect the psp to the pc. 5.run remotejoy
Source Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haKHL_Ci8GY

Does that help?
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
So are you looking for a monitor that's connected to a PC but can also be used with the PSP (provided the composite cables are swapped over) or a monitor that will be dedicated for use with the PSP?

By "audio out" do you mean you want the monitor to have built-in speakers?

The other issue is cost - if you want to work with a PC you're better having a digital feed but by definition the PSP is outputting an analogue signal.  If you go analogue only you get a dedicated PSP monitor and cheap but you may actually be better with a TV monitor with composite and audio input.  If you want it shared then you need to bear in mind upscaling the output of the PSP - the Bravia does this natively which is why you've got the great result but not all monitors can do this and if they don't a big screen will make the PSP display look awful.

So what have you in mind and what sort of budget?
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practitionerAuthor Commented:
Hey, thanks for the reply.

1. Yes, I'm looking for a monitor that can be connected to a PC and PSP through component cable (not composite component as PSP doesn't work on it)

2. By "audio out" I mean connecting a headphone / speaker through normal audio PIN / jack.

3. Cost is something that shouldn't exceed US$200 otherwise I'll simply keep the existing ViewSonic Monitor with PC and buy a smaller Sony Bravia LED TV.

Regards
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MereteCommented:
Just so I can picture what your asking for, basically you want to have two monitors not necessarily anything to do with the PC?
In that case  a wireless display adapter may work  so you can add a another screen could be either a TV flat screen or another monitor.
Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter
http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/pdp/Microsoft-Wireless-Display-Adapter/productID.308216600
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practitionerAuthor Commented:
Hi Merete,

I feel I could not write it clearly, I want to replace my existing monitor with a new one so that it can be used with both, PC and PSP.
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practitionerAuthor Commented:
Hey,
Thanks for such a detailed solution, let me try this weekend.
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MereteCommented:
Okay :)
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