I'd like to hook up my PS2 to a monitor considering I don't have a TV available to me in my current residence. Now, the PS2 obviously outputs through RCA and the monitor has a VGA-port on it, among other things. I did some research on this and found that people have been having trouble hooking up their PS2s to monitors.
The point is that I'm looking at this cable on amazon that should convert an RCA input into VGA. That would be this one:
The monitor I'd be hooking the PS2 up to is this one:
I know painfully little about signal conversion etcetera, but I see no reason why this wouldn't work. The cable I'm buying converts the signal, so there should be no problem, right? Yet, something tells me that'd be too easy. Can anyone tell me whether or not there's potential for my monitor simply being incapable of outputting the PS2's signal, or do you reckon I'm good?
The description for the cable says the monitor is required to have a VGA card with TV-out capability. However, I don't know about that for my particular monitor, and I looked up the specifications and cannot seem to find a stat that explicitly states whether or not the monitor has such capability.
Any help would be very much appreciated.