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Scart Hdmi to Hdmi Video Converter Box 1080p Scaler 3.5mm Coaxial Audio Output for Game Consoles DVD
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|Connector Type||Auxiliary, HDMI|
|Warranty Type||1 year|
|Number of Ports||5|
|Current Rating||1000 Milliamps|
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- This SCART and HDMI to HDMI Converter up-scales SCART signal (including RGB, Composite Video and Audio) from *devices such as Sky, Sky+, DVD player, set-top box, HD player, Game Console (PS2，PS3, PSP, Wii, XBOX360 etc.) to digital HDMI 720p or 1080P. It also can connect a HD video source with HDMI input.
- 3.5mm & coaxial audio out;
- SCART audio is integrated into HDMI out as well as pass-through to earphone or amplifier;
- Automatically detect RGB (50/60Hz), Composite Video (NTSC/PAL);
- Auto-store setting of output resolution.
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1.Do you play PAL games?Do you wanna convert playstation files from one format to another?
2.Do you wanna try how Sega Genesis Sega Saturn, SNES, and other consoles offer RGB output via SCART out of the box?
3.Do you want to see more quality with your DVD,VCR player via HDMI TV?
4.Do you want to record your old tapes onto your computer?
With a cable and this converter,you can:
1.Play any of your PAL games using a simple boot disc.
2.Notice how sharp the text, details in sprites you never noticed before, and overall a much more colorful image.
3.Plug and play setup. Literally minutes to hook it up. The picture quality is awesome.
4.Go between your VCR and Capture device to record your old tapes onto your computer.
1.HDMI output interface: connect HDTV or projector;
HDMI output format:720P@50/60Hz, 1080P@50/60HZ;
Audio output format: Digital coaxial audio, analog stereo audio.
2.SCART input interface: DVD, set top box, game consoles, etc.;
SCART input format: PAL/NTSC_M/NTSC4.43/SECAM/PLA-M/PAL-N
3.HDMI input format: 480i/576i/480P/576P/720P@50_60Hz/1080i@50_60Hz/1080P@50_60Hz,
Compatible with several DVI format: 800X600, 1024X768, 1280X1024, 1360X768, 1680X1050, 1920X1080 etc.;
4.3.5mm audio interface: Connect with analog audio amplifier or headphones;
5.Digital coaxial output: Connect with digital audio amplifier.
1xSCART/HDMI to HDMI Converter
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By R. Seleski on September 27, 2016
By Rigo J. Cedillo on June 25, 2017
Cons: Considerable output lag, incorrect/insufficient documentation
I purchased this converter with the intention of connecting old game consoles, like the SNES, to my HDTV. For the most part, it suits that purpose very nicely, as it will convert both analog RGB and stereo audio to HDMI. Unlike other converters I've tried, it's compatible with the 240p screen resolution and 15 kHz timing that most game consoles prior to the Dreamcast used, and it will upscale them to HD resolutions. The resulting image is blocky, of course, but it's very clear and sharp, with colors that look perfectly faithful to their source. Audio quality is similarly clear and accurate. The output format is 4:3 pillarboxed, with no option to change the aspect ratio that I could find.
It does have one notable drawback: The conversion from analog to HDMI introduces a short but noticeable delay. I've connected it to multiple HDTVs with 'game mode' support, and set it to multiple output resolutions, but the lag persisted. It's not terrible, but it can make games that require split-second timing, like Super Mario World, much more difficult to play. Though the manual states that the '720p/1080p' button simply toggles between those two output resolutions, I found that's not the case. Pressing it once brings up an on-screen display, and pressing it in quick succession cycles through a number of output resolutions, like 576p, 720p, 800x600, 1024x768, etc. If your TV doesn't support one of the oddball resolutions, (Mine did not like 576p and complained about receiving an invalid signal.) you might be fooled into thinking the converter is faulty.