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6ft High-quality Coaxial Audio/Video RCA CL2 Rated Cable - RG6/U 75ohm (for S/PDIF, Digital Coax, Subwoofer & Compos...
- Input Video Signal: 1.2V p-p
- Input DDC Signal: 5 V p-p (TTL)
- Output Connector: HDMI® Connector female.
- Video Connector: 3 RCA Component
- Audio Connector: 1 RCA Digital Coax / 1 Digital Optical Toslink
- HDMI® Video Amplifier Bandwidth: 1.65Gbps/165Mhz
- Frequency: Up to 165Mhz
- Supported Resolutions: 480i thru 1080p
- Size: 91mm (w) x 22mm (h) x 75mm (d)
- Shipping Weight: 0.12 Kgs
- Operating Temperature: 0 degree C to 70 degrees C.
- Operating Humidity: 10% to 85% RH (no condensation)
- Storage Temperature: -10 degrees C to 80 degrees C.
- Storage Humidity: 5% to 90% RH (no condensation)
- External Power Supply: 5V DC @ 2A
- Regulatory Approvals: FCC, CE UL
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Questions and Answers
As for the Component to HDMI converter, it should work no problem using the HDMI port on your monitor. HDMI will use EDID information to provide the supported resolutions. It would choose the highest resolution that the PS2 would output via Component.
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PROS: I am using this to connect an original Xbox to my Onkyo receiver. Everything works as expected for the most part (see cons.) The audio works flawlessly - it sounds perfect and my receiver even shows DTS or Dolby Digital signals as it should.
CONS: I read some reviews here that stated the converter crushes black levels (makes everything darker.) This is indeed the case. You will need to adjust brightness and contrast settings in your device being converted, your receiver, or your TV/display to get it to look "natural." On the bright side (no pun intended) the detail in the crushed blacks is still there, so the picture quality is salvageable with the right settings.
Also, the widescreen output of my Xbox doesn't work quite right. My display is acting like the picture is still 4:3, even though it's 16:9. I can set my display to stretch to fit, but then quality is lost and I still get some letterboxing. I won't take off points for this however, as it might be an issue with the Xbox, my receiver, my display or a combination of the three.
PROS: Easy to set up, works great!
CONS: A little lag with the AVR, only 1st time however.
It does exactly as the description states. You connect it to a Component Input, along with an optical audio source (or digital coax if you would prefer), and outputs to HDMI.
I have observed very little latency in the signal conversion (this was tested by comparing the change in latency measured using Microsoft XBox's Rock Band game). Furthermore, the converter automatically powers itself on and off based upon if an input signal is available.
It is an excellent product, and for the price that it is sold for, you simply cannot ask for better.
The only consequence of this product is the power consumption. I cannot recall of hand exactly what the power draw from the included adapter is, but I believe it was in the neighborhood of 2 Amps. However, based upon my knowledge of how much processing is required to convert these signals in realtime with minimal latency, such power requirements are necessary.
PROS: Does exactly as described. Obvious quality in manufacturing evident simply from the packaging and enclosure.
Has worked seamlessly and exactly as expected for over a month now.
Fantastic product at a fantastic price.
CONS: Power consumption, although this is necessary for what it does. Please see my review for further information.
PROS: This DOES pass 5.1 surround audio when using the optical cable, and the picture is great.
CONS: There is a very bright light on one end of the unit which I had to cover by taping piece of paper over it. Now it's just a more-bright-than-necessary light.
PROS: Worked perfectly with PS3 and Xbox 360.
CONS: Stopped working after 2 years. I needed to put black tape over the very bright red LED.
I setup a home theater in my living room and had everything wired up to my receiver/projector in HDMI. Well, I'm moving out but had to put my old system back in (as apart of the lease agreement) and needed this device to go from my component out receiver to the HDMI projector hanging from the ceiling. This thing works like a charm.
PROS: Easy to setup up
Works as advertised
CONS: Red LED is bright, but thats fine behind tinted black glass.
PROS: The items both worked as described and solved the "upgrading" of my system problem. I am very satisfied with the resulting performance of my A/V system.
CONS: Each unit requires a separate transformer integrated plug that converts 120 Vac to 5 Vdc. It would be nice if there were a transformer supply that would parallel connect multiple 5 Vdc units using only one wall plug!
PROS: Easy connection and setup.
Does what its supposed to.