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I wish it had a longer power cord (mini USB, I just had to buy a longer one for my setup but no biggie) and sometimes I have to fidget with the N64 and the converter power to get it to connect/output to my TV (it always does come on, but after being left on with no RCA input (i.e. N64 off) for an extended period sometimes it needs to be rebooted, also no biggie)
Noticeable HD upscaling on video game consoles such as the NES, Genesis/Mega Drive, Super Nintendo, and others.
The output is still not HD audio/video.
There are still artifacts and scan lines but not as much as using composite.
Provided USB cable is way too short for me. The converter hangs off of my entertainment center so that it can be plugged in.
I actually lost the provided USB cable because I rearranged my gaming room.
I give 5 stars for the ordering process, receiving it on time and the ease of return. 4 stars over all because it did not work and I was not able to determine if it was my equipment or theirs so I feel bad about this but I feel I need to make this noted in some way.
I was trying this out with Nintendo Wii and DVD where both is originally through composite to my 60 inch 4K TV.
When I compared the output quality of original composite vs. HDMI through this black conversion box, the composite is much better without any jitter.
So I contacted the manufacturer and he gladly sent new one but they were the same quality.
I guess if you have no option but to use HDMI, then get it. Otherwise, stick with your composite cables.