This CVBS or S-Video + R/L to HDMI converter is designed to make your A/V equipment more comfortable, more productive and less expensive. It is a unique device that converts an analog CVBS, S-VIDEO and AUDIO (L/R) signal to an HDMI signal. This product not only meets the ideal image of the HDTV but also meets the need of the enthusiasts’ requirement for audio. It improves the interlaced video signal into 720P progressive signal.
This CVBS or S-Video + R/L to HDMI Converter offers solutions for noise, space and security concerns, data center control, information-distribution, conference-room presentation, school and corporate training environments.
* Video signal can be up to HDTV 720p.
* Automatically check (AUDIO delay)
* Ensure the synchronization of AUDIO and VIDEO.
* HDMI input
* HDMI output: 720p@50Hz 720p@60Hz
* Combine HDMI with AUDIO
* Video output system: NTSC 3.58 / PAL(automatic)
* compliant DVI by using HDMI-DVI adapter
Input Video Signal:1.2 volts p-p
Input DDC Signal: 5 volts p-p (TTL)
Output Video: HDMI
Video format supported
DTV/HDTV: HDMI 720p@60Hz
HDMI Connector: type A (19 pin) female
Weight (Net): 255G
Limited Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor
Operating Temperature: 0 ? to +70?
Operating Humidity: 10% to 85 % RH (no condensation)
Storage Temperature: -10? to +80?
Storage Humidity: 5% to 90 % RH (no condensation)
External Power Supply: 5V DC@2A
Power Consumption: 5 watts (max)
Converter Unit: FCC,CE,UL
Power Supply: UL,CE,FCC
AC Power Adapter: US standard, UK standard and so on
User Manual: English Version
* 1 x 3 RCA S-Video Composite AV+HDMI Converter
* 1x 5V DV Power Supply
* 1x user’s manual
Not what expected
Pros: Looks like it would work for the purpose.
Cons: Did not, I repeat did NOT, convert FROM HDMI TO CVBS. I have an old 40" sony trinitron tube tv so there is no HDMI ports on it. I was hoping this would be able to convert HDMI from my PC to go through the RCA cables hooked up to it. Oh man, was I dead wrong! Don't make the same mistake I did. It converts HDMI OR CVBS TO HDMI, not TO CVBS as I thought it would. CVBS and HDMI are the only 2 types of inputs, the only output options are HDMI, Coax, and audio. There's some switches, but they did nothing for me.
Other Thoughts: Wish I could get my money back. Now I'm out $60 with a piece of equipment that I will probably never use again in my lifetime.
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great headset for the money
Pros: This headset is for a client with limited to no use of one hand, and he has no trouble turning it on or adjusting it on his head. He can use one hand to plug it in to charge as well.
Cons: It is not the most sturdy, my client pulls the boom up and down and where the wires go down the boom is exposed now, but still works fine. This client is very hard on equipment, so overall not a big con to write about.
Other Thoughts: Make the mic end stronger, the plastic that houses the mic split in two and we taped it together. I would somehow glue the plastic parts to the unit to make it stronger.
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“Did not, I repeat did NOT, convert FROM HDMI TO CVBS. I have an old 40" sony trinitron tube tv so there is no HDMI ports ...”— Tom 12/19/2012
“This headset is for a client with limited to no use of one hand, and he has no trouble turning it on or adjusting it on his ...”— HRWatson68 7/26/2012