If you are a PS3 owner, you have probably tried to play some PS2 games on it, given the fact that there aren't a large number of PS3 games available. You may have noticed that some games look way better on the PS2 , but now there is a fix for this, a homebrew solution discovered by a Sony fanboy.
Here is his solution to the problem: "All right, so currently my PS3 is connected to my TV via the HDMI and those cruddy composite cables -- the yellow, white, and red. Why both? Because my TV has channels dedicated to both. When I run a PS2 game on the HDMI channel, yeah, it looks bad. So what do I do? Go to my Display Settings and swap the PS3 back onto the 480i channel -- the channel most PS2 games were probably meant to be seen in. I think that's the problem -- PS2 games didn't plan on getting their resolutions increased so drastically. Anyway... so I swap it back to 480i and re-load the PS2 game and guess what? The text is gorgeous and the graphics look fine. I think. They don't look perfect, but it's a lot better than the HDMI shows."