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Bought a PSP Go explicitly to be used as a "console"... best options?
I've had my PSP-1000 since launch and, despite really liking the PSP library, I just can't bring myself to play games on the thing due to it's size and the awful controls. I'd been looking at the go since it was announced specifically because you can use a DS3 and, like all PSP models beyond the PSP-1000, it can output to a TV. I picked one up today for $100, and I've already got my DS3 synced to it and I'm enjoying LBP a lot more already.
My next step is to connect this thing to my TV, and thats where I need help. What is the best method for connecting a PSP to a TV? I'm looking at the docking cradle because it seems you can power the PSP Go and output to the TV at the same time, plus it looks nice... are there other options? I don't want the vanilla AV cables as those don't provide power to the system (I don't believe). Is there any way I can use my PS3 to output it to the TV?
I'd ask in the PSP thread but A) I can't find one and B) this is a pretty specific question about the Go.