OREI XD-600 VGA PC/Laptop to HDMI Video Converter -Upscaler Up to 720P/1080P Converter with Audio Jack
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- PC/Laptop VGA to HDMI upscale provides the best quality conversion to 1080p
- Input: VGA & 3.5mm Audio port; Output: DC/5V & HDMI Ports
- Supports HDMI Output: 720P/60Hz, 1080P/60Hz
- 1. 700x400 at 85Hz/ 640x480 at 60Hz/ 800x480 at 60Hz/ 1024x768 at 60Hz/ 1280x720 at 60Hz/ 1280x768 at 60 Hz
- Plug and play (No drivers needed)
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OREI XD-600 PC to HDMI upscale provides the best quality conversion to 1080p and its supports most of the formats shown below. Pick the most suitable VGA format for the best video quality on your HDTV. XD-600 PC to TV converter is designed to take video and audio signals from PC or Laptop and upscale to digital HDMI output for your 720P / 1080P HDTV. Plug and Play, no software is needed. It can be used for connecting the VGA video output of your computer or media server and integrating it into a new digital HDMI Home Theater System. Up-scales VGA to HDMI 720P or 1080P. It Supports VGA Inputs: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x800, 1280x960, 1360x768, 1440x900, 1400x1050, 1680x1050, 1920x1080 all at 60Hz. Supports HDMI Output: 720Pat60Hz, 1080Pat60Hz. Auto-store setting of output resolution. Includes with DC 5V universal power adapter 100-240V with US plug and user manual. No cables included. Please use VESA DCC version of the VGA cable, search for "VHD-VC5F". Older / basic versions of the VGA cables will not work properly. TV must support 720P or 1080P.
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My screen started to blink uncontrollably. After trying everything I actually found a solution. I found that when it blinks, it's because the resolution of the screen is set to something that your TV can't maintain, so as a result it starts to blink.
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO TO FIX THIS is right click on your desktop, click personalize, click display, and then click Adjust Resolution. (It may be a little frustrating to do this because of the annoying blinking.... but just keep a cool head, you'll get it eventually). It doesn't have to be a substantial change in the resolution, just try to move it up or down just a little bit until you get a resolution that your TV can maintain properly. And there you go!!! Your screen shouldn't blink anymore!! I hope people that are having this problem see this review!! And hopefully it solves the problem for you too, cause I haven't had a problem since!!! Good luck!!!
By Robert Hubbs on September 18, 2016
Dual monitor output.
Monitor output supports 1920 by 1080 Pixels to get the best HD picture size.
Desktop Laptop with good sound card that you can turn up load without distorting.
Windows any version.
Very good quality video much better than my HD output on my computer.
No blinking on my TV. I only mention this is due to other reviews I have read. I have tested this converter on two different HD TVs and solid video.
No VGA cable.
No HDMI cable
No Audio cable
Sound is as good as your sound card can put out.
What do I mean?? I have tested the converter both on my desktop and my mom's Netbook. The Netbook sound was not load enough for the TV. I turned the sound card up to max. As for my Desktop it puts out good sound on max and my TV has good sound now.
If you are asking why you need dual monitor outputs:
some laptops and desktops are only configured to have one monitor running at a time and you can not extend the monitor. Then you must set the main screen on your computer to fit your TV. I have found that 1024x768 pixels fit good on my VGA monitor but too small for my TV. Going larger for the TV makes the Monitor on the computer too large to be able to use your system. Newer systems may not have a problem displaying large sizes. With dual outputs you can set one for your TV and the size will not effect the main monitor.
If you are asking what is the problem with some sound cards:
It is hard to compare laptops and desktops because desktops are always going to have better performance than laptops. You mite be able to get abetter sounding laptop if you go with a media laptop. I have a media laptop and the speakers that are built in are worse than my headphones. I get better sound by an external setup. You can always buy a USB sound card if you ane having a problem. Amazon has a good section of Sound cards high end as well low end.
If you are asking Why no cables:
I rather buy my own cables that get the cheep come ons. I have had more problems with the company's cables than just going out to buy my own.
Cuts the cost for the company just to sell you the box. At least the hosing is not plastic it is metal.