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RCA to HDMI, AV to HDMI,GANA 1080P Mini RCA Composite CVBS AV to HDMI Video Audio Converter Adapter Supporting PAL/NTSC with USB Charge Cable for PC Laptop Xbox PS4 PS3 TV STB VHS VCR Camera DVD
- Converts analog composite input to HDMI 1080p (60HZ) output,displayed on 1080p (60HZ) HDTV/Moniter
- Support HDMI 1080p or 720p output.
- Provide advanced signal processing with great precision,colors, resolutions, and details.Plug and play
- Support PAL, NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, SECAM, PAL/M, PAL/N standard TV formats input.
- Note: Please hook up the USB power cable (included) to 5V power source before use.
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Introduction:It converts RCA (AV, composite, CVBS) signals into HDMI signals so you can watch your video on a modern TV with HDMI ports. The analog to digital conversion in this module employs 10 bits maximal 162MSPS sampling, black/white level expansion, color transition improvement, dynamic range expansion, blue stretch , auto-detect and auto-convert the composite signal to 1080p(60HZ) output. Making video come alive, delivering the sharpest, most realistic HD visuals available.
1. Input ports: 1xRCA (Yellow, White, Red), USB power
2. Output ports: 1xHDMI(standard)
3. NTSC/PAL compatible
4. Composite input: PAL, NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, SECAM, PAL/M, PAL/N
5. HDMI output: 1080p/60Hz, 720p/60Hz
6. Dimensions (mm): 66(D)x55(W)x20(H)
7. Weight (g): 40g
8. Power: USB Port
No need to install drivers, portable, flexible, plug and play.
Support PAL, NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, SECAM, PAL/M, PAL/N standard TV formats input.
Output the audio synchronization with video.
Can be displayed on Moniter/ TV with 1920x1080@60Hz High bandwidth capability
NOTE:May experience less than three second lag.Will not convert audio only. , Important:For converter to function properly all cables must be connected and in use (yellow: video, white: left audio, and red: right audio).Supported audio format: 2 channel analog audio, does not support 3D.
1xAV to HDMI Converter
NOTE:Video signal transfer only, can't improve the video quality
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Working with PS1, SNES etc. fine.
If you watch a DVD using a PS4, the DVD source image is the same specification as the source image this receives.
DVDs look ok, this looks bad.
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There's a selector for 720p/1080p, and video input was slightly improved. I wasn't looking for an upscaling solution for my retro gaming needs, but I saw a recognizable difference when using this device... vice using standard A/V inputs. For example: The PlayStation 2 normally outputs at 420p resolution, but using this device made a noticeable difference on-screen. Also, changing the selector from 720p to 1080p, I was able to see some slight improvement to the picture. This device is not going to improve resolution drastically or significantly, but it does seem to make things look sharper & clearer on HDTV at least (albeit slightly).
If you're looking to convert RCA to HDMI, or something to make your retro games look a little bit better... this device may fit your needs.It certainly worked for my needs, and at a decent cost to boot. I've seen devices cost three times as much as this one. This was a great purchase for my retro gaming needs, and I recommend it to anyone looking to get their older systems to work on newer TVs. You will also need a USB port available on your TV to power the device. The device comes with a USB power cable, but it is extremely short.
Two thumbs up!
You have to supply a power supply with a 5 volt USB output on the power supply - the unit comes with a short cable USB to Mini-USB (NOT the micro-USB on most devices today). The cable is very short so make sure you can locate the converter near an outlet - shouldn’t be a big problem because the RCA composite cables and HDMI cable can be quite long.
Once hooked up, you can choose 1080 or 720p output (I’m not sure what difference it makes with VHS). If you switch from one to the other there is about a five second delay before a picture appears so be patient. The instructions are very rudimentary and limited but not much is really needed.
I haven’t tried it with a high quality signal like the cable TV box so I cannot comment on how well it works with a high definition input. All in all at this price point it is a bargain since it rescued dozens of old VHS movies.
I'll call this one of those infrequent product failures and just eat the $14 but if it fails again I'll have to find another solution.
UPDATE 8/31/18 - I saw the warranty card that came with the new converter and decided to email GANA if they would refund the cost of my new converter. They were willing to replace the bad one OR refund me for the new one I bought. I received a reply the same day and a refund the next day!!! The customer service via the email was AWESOME. The produce gets 4 stars but due to the excellent customer service they get 5 stars.
RCA to HDMI converter powered off of USB
Small compact size
None so far
The only downside is that the power has to come from a USB port and the cord is comes with is really short, maybe a foot long. But we have several of those phone charger adapters lying around and longer cords from old phones, so we just used those instead.
LATER: I'm totally pleased now that I've figured out I need to eject DVD and have player resume from previous stopping point. When I do this the sound output through toslink to DAC works fine.
I was bummed the 2nd day when the projector couldnt find the signal for the XBox. I hadn't changed the configuration BUT I had left my XBox on overnight. Is it possible I burned the converter out?? Is the cell charger plug to blame?? I did a return/replace and am now waiting for the replacement.
The 3 stars are primarily for reliability. If the 2nd converter works better, i.e. doesnt die after 24 hours, I will update this review.
UPDATE 12/22/18: The new unit arrived today. I plugged it in and it worked fine. Hopefully the prior converter was just defective. Time will tell.