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Component (YpbPr) to Composite Converter
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Component (YpbPr) to Composite Converter

The Component Video (YPbPr) to Composite Video and S-video converter box is a Plug N Play automatic video converter that provides instant decoding of the high-quality Component Video signal to Composite Video and S-Video to facilitate the viewing of video content on televisions, projectors or other devices that do not have component video input.



-Input: 1 X Component Video (YPbPr), 1 X Stereo Audio R/L
-Output: 1 X Composite Video (RCA), 1 X S-video
-Input component video resolution: 1080P/60, 1080P/50, 1080i/60, 1080i/50, 720P/60, 720P/50,  576P, 480P, 576i and 480i.
-Stereo Audio output supports earphone.
-Output Composite Video supports both NTSC and PAL.
-Portable size: 11 (L)X7(W)X2.6(H) cm
-Black piano color
-Power supplier: 5V/2A


3.5 Audio cable


1 pcs


S-Video cable


1 pcs


YPbPr cable


1 pcs


Audio cable


1 pcs


Power Adaptor


1 pcs


User manual


1 pcs


Package Box


1 pcs


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39 Reviews

86.15% of the reviewers recommend this product


Great Little Box

  • zagatoboy,
  •  Auburn, WA 
  • 11/13/2015 11:40:22 AM

Pros: Small and easy to use. Pretty simple, just flip the couple of switches to the setting

Cons: Doesnt have a power switch. So I plugged it unto a power strip to be able to turn it on and off. Not a big deal but I dont like to leave my equipment on all the time.

It does what its supposed to do, convert signal. Doesnt seem to have any resolution loss. Seems to work great.

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and another one with bad power adapter

  • chris,
  •  Chisago City, MN 
  • 9/26/2015 11:54:38 AM

Stopped working after 3 years with blinking power light. Like others, the power adapter is to blame and after locating a replacement it is working again. My voltmeter indicates the broken power adapter has too much voltage fluctuation.

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Monoprice Component To Composite Converter

  • CLW10,
  •  Fresno, CA 
  • 8/31/2015 3:01:11 PM

Pros: The unit is small, compact, easy to install. All needed parts were supplied. The device has enabled me to connect my cable box to an older Tivo which had no hdmi or component inputs. The picture is very clear and undistorted.

Cons: I had ordered the same composite to component converter a year or so ago and it worked well until the DC power adapter went bad. The converter seems to get very warm in operation but this has not appeared to affect its functioning.

I am very satisfied with the product and would recommend it to anyone who needs a simple and inexpensive solution to convert HD to SD for use with older SD equipment.

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  • Anonymous,
  •  Christiansted, VI 
  • 11/5/2014 6:27:38 AM

Pros: Well made product

Cons: None

Speedy delivery to our little Caribbean island.

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Works as Advertised

  • Dave,
  •  Chicago, IL 
  • 9/14/2014 4:28:30 AM

Pros: Small, easy to hook up, price, does exactly what I want it to do.

Cons: Power wire could be a bit longer hoping that monoprice has worked out the wall wart issue.

Like many others, I bought this to connect my DirecTV DVR (HR34) to a composite modulator. We were tired of swapping resolutions on the DVR or waiting for the warning message to clear. It was a very simple install and is working great. Would recommend this to anyone that want's to use it in this way.

I also purchased the Startech cable noted in another review to power the device from the rear-mount USB port on the DVR. Not because I didn't trust the wall wart, but because I didn't have a free outlet in my entertainment center. Anyway, pulling power in this way caused the DVR to run exceptionally slowmenus, much so to be completely unusable. It's okay though, I have a back-up should the wall wart fail as I have many spare USB wall warts.

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