VGA to HDMI Scaler
is designed to upscale a VGA signal from a laptop or PC to 720p via HDMI. Audio is converted, too. This VGA to HDMI Scalers chip-set includes a chip to makes sure the sound and the picture are in sync and no delays occur between them.NOTE:
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VGA to HDMI Scaler Features:
- Convert a VGA and audio output from, say a PC, and converts it to HDMI audio and video to see and hear on a widescreen TV that has an HDMI input.
- HDCP compliant.
- The HDMI output is upscaled to 720P.
- The picture aspect ratio could be selected between 4:3 and 16:9.
- Video signal can be up to HDTV 720p.
- Automatically checks (AUDIO delay)
- Ensures the synchronization of AUDIO and VIDEO.
- HDMI output: 720p@50Hz or 720p@60Hz
- Combines HDMI with stereo AUDIO
- Video output system: NTSC 3.58 & PAL (automatic)
- DVI Compliant by using a HDMI-DVI adapter.
The VGA to HDMI Scaler is a unique device that converts and upscales an analog VGA video signal and its right and left analog signal into an HDMI signal to view on your high definition screen. This VGA to HDMI Scaler not only meets the ideal image of the HDTV but also meets the need of the enthusiasts' requirement for audio. The VGA to HDMI Scaler improves the interlaced video signal into a 720p progressive signal. This VGA to HDMI Scaler offers solutions for noise, space and security concerns, data center control, information-distribution, conference-room presentation, school and corporate training environments.
If you have a PC or laptop and want sound you will need a Stereo Audio to 3.5mm Y Converter Cable
to plug into your headphone sound jack. Also you may need to adjust the video card resolution for optimum picture quality.NOTE:
This VGA to HDMI Scaler cannot be used in reverse and convert HDMI to a VGA signal. If you need to convert HDMI to VGA see our HDMI to VGA converters.
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