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Skiva D102 Media Adapter AV Cable for iPhone/iPad/iPod

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  • Only Accessory to Support Both Component+Composite Video Output
  • Only Accessory to Support Video Aspect Ratio Switch for 4:3 & 16:9 display tv out
  • Apple's "Made for iPhone", "Made for iPad" and "Made for iPod" Certified.
  • iOS 5.x and iOS 4.x Tested. All other older firmwares supported as well.
  • miniUSB Port & USB Cable for Syncing & Charging (While Playing Video); Hi-Fi Audio Line-out for High Quality Audio Playback
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Skiva
  • Model: D102
  • Left Connector Gender: Male
  • Right Connector Gender: Male
  • Warranty: This product comes with 6 month limited replacement warranty. please contact us at support@skivatech.com for further details.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.5 x 5 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0040BPIF2
  • Item model number: D102
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 14, 2010
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Product Description

Skiva Mediaadapter is an innovative AV/Video cable for iPhone/iPod/iPad. It is the only video cable in the market that supports both component and composite video output. Now you get functionalities of two AV cables in one product. Skiva Mediaadapter is "Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod" certified for following: iPhone 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G. iPad,iPad2, iPad 3 HD (only video-out supported, no mirroring.). iPod Touch 4th Gen, 3rd Gen, 2nd Gen and 1st Gen.. iPod Nano 6th Gen, 5th Gen, 4th Gen and 3rd Gen. iPod Classic All firmwares including iOS 4X and iOS 3X are supported. Mediaadapter can charge iPad/iPod/iPhone while playing video. Box Contents: MediaAdapter Dongle. Component Cable (length: 5-Feet). Composite and Audio Cable (length: 5-Feet). USB Sync and Charge Cable (length: 5-Feet). Quick Start Guide Features : Component Mode Video Output Get high quality video using component cables for your HD TV and Projector. Composite Mode Video Output Mediaadapter support composite video for TVs that do not have component video input. Hi-Fi Audio Output This is a great feature for anyone who loves connecting iPhone/iPod/iPad to speakers or audio systems. It lets you use high quality iPad/iPod/iPhone line out audio instead of headphone jack. Charging and Sync Support Mediaadapter has built-in miniUSB. It also comes with standard miniUSB cable. Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod Skiva mediaadapter cable has Apple’s "Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod" logo. NTSC/PAL Button Skiva Mediaadapter will switch output to PAL or NTSC with a touch of a button. Video Aspect Ratio Button Skiva Mediaadapter has dedicated button to change video aspect ratio from 16:9 to 4:3 and vice versa.

Customer Reviews

You can watch YouTube, Netflix, and iTunes movies.
Sue Ann Spencer
The audio/video quality on TV is excellent, just as it plays on the iPod.
Pauline Young
It was my bad that I assumed too much from the product description.
Jay RS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Robert Schoenburg on December 6, 2010
While looking for an alternative to Apple's Component AV and Composite AV Cables each priced at $39, a product from SKIVA appeared on Amazon. Their MEDIAADAPTER combines both for less than the cost of one of Apple's cables.

The unit is shipped with two AV cables, a USB adapter and the adapter that plugs into the iPad/iPod/iPhone connector. The AV cables plug into the adapter in clearly marked sockets while the USB adapter plugs in between them.

Switches on the unit allow for Composite, Component, NTSC/PAL and 16:9/4:3 aspect ratios. The latter two handy for foreign travel and connecting to older CRT TVs.

Simply plug the adapter in the connector on the bottom of the iPad/iPod/iPhone and Component or Composite cables into the TV. The audio cables are common to both, so if using Component inputs on the TV, connect the red, green and blue cables and the red and white audio cables to the TV. If Composite is being used, connect the red and white audio cables and the yellow video cable.

As of now, Netflix, Youtube and Apple's iPod and Video apps support video out. It is up to the app developers to support video out, not SKIVA.

The MEDIAADAPTER works as advertised. This is a great product that allows connecting an iPad/iPod/iPhone at home or more importantly, while traveling or going to someone's home or at work to show videos to a group. Included is a Quick Start Guide that is clearly written.

Customer support? I had a question and sent an e-mail. It was answered almost immediately.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Pauline Young on December 9, 2010
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I purchased this composite/component cable to use with my iPod. This cable is simple to use & it works! I just followed the very simple instructions on its Quick Start Guide. The audio/video quality on TV is excellent, just as it plays on the iPod. As I worked around the house, I switched to play my iPod music on TV via this cable & the sound quality is very clear. I also took the cable with me when I visited my friends' houses to show off the videos I took on my vacation. It also has a USB port for power, so I can charge my iPod directly. I like this product because of its ease of use, its great quality, its portability and also its affordability. The shipping is very quick too, as the product was shipped the very next day after I ordered.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By R. Hofer on April 27, 2011
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This device works as advertised. As the ads don't really tell you what exactly the output resolution is, I'll clear it up here. This device takes video from your iPad and supporting apps and sends it out to your TV using either analog signaling format of composite or component video. Additionally, it sends out audio. The output resolution for either component or composite is either NTSC (720x480) or PAL (720x576), depending on the mode you select. That's far less resolution than the iPad itself, which is 1024x768, but equal to that stored on a conventional NTSC or PAL DVD, respectively. My 40" Samsung LCD wouldn't even go down to that low of resolution for its component inputs, so I had to use the inferior composite signal instead (so check if that matters to you). If you are playing a 1080p movie on your iPad, don't expect this device to render a very good looking picture on a decent home theater system, even with the better component output option, because the resolution is just too low. But what this little gadget lacks in high definition, it sort of makes up for in compatibility with virtually every TV ever made, except really, really bad ones. If you are looking for high definition for your home theater, forget this and go with Apple's AV HDMI cable, which can send out iPad 2's video in a crisp digital HDMI signal at hi-def frequencies (1080p for stills and 720p for movies, although with the newest iOS of this writing and the iPad 2 I think movies are now able to display at 1080p too now). And keep this for those boring stays at low-grade hotels, where you'd like to hook up your iPad to their crappy TV to watch a movie and pass some time.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Saikat Ray on January 16, 2011
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I got this adapter cable a few weeks back for my iPhone4. We have many videos on our iPhone that we wanted to view on our HDTV. Videos/pictures from traditional cameras can be viewed on our HDTV using the USB ports of the TV, but that does not work for iPhone.

The (free) shipping was reasonably fast; I got it within a week or so. The package consists of an adapter that plugs in to the iPhone's port. There are two sockets on the adapter. One marked as "component" and the other one as "composite". There are two cables: one that goes in the composite socket and the other one does in the component socket. For composite videos (which works on all TVs, but of poorer quality), only the composite cable goes to your TV (i.e., three plugs will go to the TV). For component videos, _both_ cables need to be plugged in to the TV (total 5 plugs). There are four buttons on the adapter: one switches between NTSC (North american standard) and PAL (in Europe/India); one switches between 4:3 and 16:9 formats, and the last two are for selecting component or composite video. This also gives you a mini-USB port (mini-USB to USB cable is included) with which you can keep your iPhone charging if you plan to watch long videos.

Pros: The product is extremely easy to use. Truly plug-and-play. Start a video on your iPhone (stored one, or netflix) after plugging in the cables as per the Quick start card included in the package (and select the input of your TV to the appropriate input if the TV does not pick up automatically), your video will start. Click on the format selector -- your video switches from 4:3 format to 16:9 and vice versa. No hassle. The video quality is very good.

Cons: The documentation/set-up guide can certainly improve.
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