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Portta HDMI Converter HDMI to YPbPr RGB Component Plus R/L Audio Converter V1.3 Support 1080P@60Hz 2 Channel LPCM HDMI Audio Extractor for HDTV PS3 PS4 HDVD Player Wii Xbox etc
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- 【Audio Output format】2 Channel LPCM, no distortion of audio or video, no delay in signal transmission. Ease to Use: instll in seconds no settings
- 【1080P 60Hz HDMI Audio Extractor】 HDMI to YPbPr Component Plus R/L Audio Converter, Allows the HD Source Connected to Single HD Display and Adds Extra One Ypbpr ( Y+Pb+Pr) and L+R Audio Out Port.
- 【HDCP 1.3 Version, 1080P High HDMI Resolution】 HDMI to Achieve the Synchronization of Audio Signal Separation, Input Resolution up to 1080P (50/60Hz), Also Compatible with 480P@60Hz. 576P@50Hz 720P@50/60Hz 1080i@50/60Hz
- 【Support Video Color Format: 24bit/deep color 30bit,36bit】 Work well with Blu-ray DVD Player Wii Xbox One SKY HD box PS3 PS4 HDTV HDVD Player
- 【Package Contents】 Portta Video Converter x1, DC 5V Power Adapter x1, User Manual x1, Warranty Card x1(5 Years Worry-free Warranty),Please Feel Free to Contact us if You Have any Problems.
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Portta HDMI to YPbPr (RGB) Component Plus R/L Audio Converter
The HDMI to Component converts HDMI video signal to Analog component/YPbPr, taking the input resolution from your device and converting it into an analog signal at the same resolution.The converter also separates the audio stream from the HDMI signal (HDMI LPCM 2-Channel) and converts it to analog stereo audio that can be used with the Component display.
Applications：It can be applied to a variety of occasions: For digital entertainment center, HDTV retail and show site, HDTV, STB, DVD and Projector factory, conference room, noise space and security concerns, data center control, information distribution presentation, school and corporate training environments.
HDMI to Component box
- Input Signal: HDMI Signal
- Input Video Signal: 0.5 -1.0 volts p-p
- Output Signal: Component (YPbPr) Signal
- DTV/HDTV: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
- Video Amplifier Bandwidth:2.25Gbps/225MHz
- Vertical Frequency Range: 50/60Hz
Supported HDMI resolution
480P@60Hz, 576P@50Hz, 720P@50/60Hz, 1080i@50/60Hz,1080P@50/60Hz
Supported Component Video resolution
480P@60Hz, 576P@50Hz, 720P@50/60Hz, 1080i@50/60Hz,1080P@50/60Hz
- Ease to Use: Installs in seconds, no settings and it is a resolution pass-though converter
- It is purely for conversion between video formats but not convert the input/output video resolutions
- Audio output format: 2 channel LPCM
- Compliant with HDMI 1.3
- Support HDCP 1.2
- Supports 225MHz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channels) bandwidth for HDMI input
- Support PS3, PS4, Blu-ray DVD, Xbox, Notebook and so on
- Main Unit x 1
- 5V DC Power Adapter x 1
- User Manual x 1
1.This is a HDMI to RGB (YPbPr) component converter, notRGB (YPbPr) component converter, It does not work in the opposite direction.
2.Please make sure the input source and output device resolutions are the same (not higher than 1080P).
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It connected up easily enough, but then I had a hard time figuring out how to set the converter's resolution. There's a little button on it that you press to cycle through its various resolutions, but some of them didn't send any picture to my TV and others sent bad looking pictures. I finally found a resolution that looked good...but it shifted the entire picture a couple inches to the right, leaving a black bar on the left side of the screen. After trying everything I could think of, I finally unplugged everything and then plugged them back in one by one and that, somehow, fixed the problem. I've now got 1080p going from my cable box's HDMI out to my TV's component in.
But as one of the other reviewers also mentioned, every so often the converter blacks the screen out, flickers back on briefly, blacks out again and then comes back on and displays the resolution settings in the upper left corner of the picture. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to it - last night I watched most of a hockey game and it didn't do it once. Today I watched a movie and it flickered on and off and showed the resolution about once every 10-15 minutes. My wife, who watches this TV more than I do, says it happens to her a lot too.
So the converter works, but it was a little finicky setting it up and it's more than a little glitchy once it's up and running. But I guess it'll do until I can afford to buy a new TV with more HDMI inputs.
<<Insert an hour of troubleshooting here>>
So, two important things solved the issue:
1) I thought to look up what the resolution of my TH-42PA20 is - found that it is 480P (had no idea it was so low, actually, since my Roku box and DVD player had looked HD to me!).
2) I thought to connect my BPD S390 to another HDMI monitor in the house and see if I could change the resolution of the output of the player. I found that, among the setting I could change it to was 480p (other options were 1080, 720; the default on the unit was 1080 and, even on Auto, it did not find the tv's resolution automatically).
After I changed the output setting on the blu-ray player to match the tv's resolution, it all worked perfectly. Mind you, nothing in the directions of the converter said anything about this process, which is why I thought it important to put these steps in a review. It would be great if they included this in the instructions!
Streaming is good enough over WiFi; flawless with an Ethernet cable. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Crackle all work great, even if a little clunky at times! Hope this helps someone else not spend as much time as I did figuring this all out!
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Although this product works well, in my particular case it stopped working from time to time, requiring the old IT trick 'unplugging of power, and plugging back in again'.
This is the first device I have purchased in years that does not support the common USB power connector, so had to purchase an USB to barrel connector plug. This is then plugged into my TV, which doesn't power USB ports when the TV is off.
So, whenever the box fails, simply turning the TV off again, and then back on, sorts the problem.
Image quality is good enough for our needs.
I talked to their support team several times, which were quick to respond, and ultimately compensated me for the extra cable I had to buy. Nice!
With a 1080p50 input, pressing the resolution button results in the box cycling through the following resolutions with each press - 720x480i60 / 720x576i50 / 720x480p60 / 720x576p50 / 1280x720p60 / 1920x1080i50 / 1920x1080i60. You have to press the resolution button three more times (presumably skipping through 1920x1080p50 and p60 where the output is disabled) before it returns to 480i60.
Conveniently, the unit produces an on-screen display (OSD) on the top right corner briefly while changing resolution. A nice touch is that when there is no input detected that the analog output reverts to a set of colour bars and the OSD overall is activated to describe the output resolution.
For my application on a Slingbox, I can manage with the 1080i50 output setting, but this device may not please the HD video purists out there or those with devices that can only process progressive video inputs.
Purchased this item a while ago to use with a Now TV (Black box) which works fine out of the box. The Now TV box outputs only at 720p 60Hz.
Recently got an Amazon Fire TV stick which I discovered has several output modes. The only way I could get this converter to work was to set the Fire TV stick to output also at 720p 60Hz. It would not work on any other output setting. From reading other reviews seems like this item cannot handle 720p 50Hz and 1080 is iffy.
The only draw back is that the Fire stick output is set to 'Auto' by default and needs to be manually changed prior to using this converter otherwise it will not work (ie no sound or video on TV). Had to use my mum's TV to change this setting first.
Picture quality is very good (both on Now TV and Fire stick). It's not HD but I am very satisfied with it.
I use it to convert the HDMI output from my Onkyo amp to my component projector and it works perfectly with the Wii, Wii U and PS3 but only in 1080i mode, which isn't an issue for me.
The only slight downside is that the device is so small and light that the leads pull it around so don't expect it to sit with other components without fixing it with something.
Great for this old TV I had which I could not believe did not actually have a HDMI connection until!, I found it, completely hidden but going to keep the product as the tv only has 1 HDMI slot
Successfully attached an Amazon fire stick to an old scart television.
When viewing HD TV channels there is only a minor loss in picture quality compared with viewing the output HDMI of the SKY box directly.
I now have crisp HD-esque video coming through on a 12 year old pre-HD Samsung plasma TV. The signal is coming from my 2012 MacBook via a Display Port to HDMI adapter. All in all a very worthwhile upgrade to what was a pretty expensive TV and well worth the money (at least for my particular requirements).