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About the product
- Hassle Free,PLUG & PLAY
- Work with HDTV or HDMI Monitor
- Supports all PS2 Display Modes
- Video and Aduio in Full Digital HDMI Format,No Transmission Loss
- NOTE:Works Good on SCPH-10000~SCPH-55007 Other maybe not. GT No Power Adapter,No Messy Cords-just One HDMI Cable
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High Quality,PlUG & PLAY
The Shape is Small and Delicate,Less Space
Specifications: Dimensions: 34 x 73 x 14 mm
Net Weight: 15g
Power Consumption: below 1W
Supported Video input Mode: 480i, 480p, 576i
Supported HDMI output Mode: Outputs pure digital HDMI
Input Connector: PS2 AV Multi Out Plug x 1
Output Connector: HDMI Connector x 1
3.5mm Stereo Audio Jack x 1
1x PS2 to HDMI Adapter
1x USB Cable(2.3ft.)
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NICE TECH would save a lot of money by drying their boards completely before cutting them into segments, and then running them under a vacuum and a brush a few times before soldering the components. 21% of terrible reviews should not be acceptable for a companies products.
Unfortunately I have to get a new soldering iron to try to repair this because the one I was given does not work lol.
There is also a portion of the board that has bus lines running to four I/O pinholes that has nothing there. It has an outline printed onto it indicated that it is designed to have something there. So I do not know if this board was even completed. It may be complete. If it is, then I am pretty sure that I COULD repair it by soldering wire to skip over the damaged portions of bus lines. But right now I am looking to buy something that does what this is supposed to, but made by a different company.
The good part is that the design looks good.