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Tensun 3RCA AV CVBS Composite & S-Video R/L Audio to HDMI Converter Adapter Support 720P/1080P for PS2 PS3 NES SNES Nintendo 64 HDTV
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- S-video to HDMI Converter converts the input signal to 720p / 1080p 60Hz Supports HDMI High Speed Full HD up to 1080p
- Composite Video and S-video can stay simultaneous connection, and to be selected as the input source by the switch button
- Settings of input signal and output resolution is auto-stored when power on again; Composite Vide and S-Video Share the same audio input
- Input: RCA Composite S-Video Video, R/L Audio. Output: HDMI
- HDMI output is optional at 720P / 60Hz or 1080P / 60Hz 480i 480P / 576P
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Composite Video or S-Video up to full HD 1080p. HDMI output is optional at 720P / 60Hz or 1080P / 60Hz 480i 480P/576P.
Motion Compensated 3D Wavelet Video Coding Technology is applied to make the converted picture rich in color and more vivid.
Stereo audio is integrated into HDMI out as well as pass through 3.5mm audio output to your amplifier or soundbar.
Input video signal - NTSC/PAL is automatically detected and adjusted.
DVI compatible by using HDMI to DVI adapter.
How to do if it shows black & white image when connecting well?
a) Double check the format of input source for TV is PAL/NTSC
b) Try to connect another better svideo or rca cable
Rugged, durable aluminum body
Input: 1 x RCA red/ yellow/ white, 1 x S-Video)
Output: 1 x HDMI, 1 x 3.5mm jack
Switch for resolution and inputs
Input composite consoles signal such as NES, SNES, N64, Dreamcast, Saturn, Megadrive, Master System, Game Cube, Wii, WiiU, XBox, XBox 360, PlayStation 1, 2, 3, Atari, Neo Geo, VCR or DVD to HDMI Monitor, HDTV or Projector
- RCA & S-video to HDMI Adapter( Product dimension: 4.65"X1.1"X3.3")
- AC Charger
- S-Video Cable (1.5m/5ft)
- RCA Cable (1.5m/5ft)
- User Manual
Note: This Converter ONLY transfer signal, CAN NOT Improve or Upscale Resolution !!!
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Note that the output will be 16:9 fullscreen, so if you are using an old game console or VHS that is meant for 4:3 you'll have to see if your TV lets you force the aspect ratio. Luckily my TV lets my change it, so that's not a problem! Other people don't mind the stretched 16:9, but its worth considering. Check if your TV lets you manually set the aspect.
I first hooked up the PS2 and loaded Tiger Wood PGA tour 2005. This converter outputs the game in a widescreen 16:9 format so everything is elongated horizontally on the screen. I went into the Samsung setup and changed the screen format to 4:3 which brought the game display into the proper perspective. The color of the game display is bright and vivid but just not quite as realistic as it was when I had it hooked up to the old Pioneer T.V. For instance, the whiteness of the sand traps was so bright that it was hard to see the white ball in it. Yet, some of the other whites in the scene were fine. All the playing around with the brightness, contrast and other picture setting on the T.V. couldn't seem to correct the problem. Also, for some reason the image looses sharpness in the background scenes such as the grass fairways and sand traps. Some of the text display and edges of some background graphics become a little jagged as well. I don't know if these problems are due to the upscaling or something else. I switched between 720P and 1080P output on the converter and the results were the same.
I then hooked up the N64 and plugged in Mario Super 64. At first I got a blue screen but then remembered I had to push the button on the converter to switch between composite video and s-video. As soon as I did that I got a picture. I noticed similar results, bright and colorful images but jaggedness in some of the text and background images.
In conclusion, this converter seems to work in my particular application but it is a compromised image I have to settle on. I kind of wish my Pioneer hadn't started to fail on me as it offered a superior display for playing these older games. If I had the space for two large screen T.V.'s, and I was a bigger gaming fan, I might have considered buying another older technology display that offered direct composite and s-video inputs just for playing games. But as it is I am just going to settle with the poorer overall image quality when I play these games.
It definitely improved the quality of the picture. I was using straight red white yellow cables and now I have an svideo to the upscale to hdmi. It could just be the svideo improving things but I don't have svideo innately on my TV.
Manage your expectations. It won't be the most amazing transformation you've ever witnessed. But it definitely helped.
My shipping was super slow though. May have been the other item.
* Colors are oversaturated. When playing Melee on my Gamecube, Donkey Kong's fur looks red, not brown, as a result.
* The picture is extremely dark. If I turn my TV contrast down and turn brightness all the way up, I can kinda sorta see something resembling a picture.
* THE IMAGE IS STUCK IN 16:9. Why is there the option to cycle between resolutions, but no option to choose aspect ratio? Don't stretch my picture!
In short: if you just want to get your S-video or composite signal to your HDTV - I'm sorry! You're screwed! At this price point, I have yet to find a single adapter that does the job.
Almost all modern TVs still have some kind of composite input (seriously, even if you don't see it, check the manual - it might be in some weird proprietary port like on some TCL TVs), but if you want S-video, you should probably either give up or look into an XRGB-Mini.