Armor3 Composite AV to HDMI Converter Box
Wipe away the fog of war with the Armor3 AV to HD Converter Box, the most battle-ready piece of tech that turns your AV signal to HD signal. Experience audio and video clarity like never before on gaming and entertainment devices you could only enjoy on ancient gear. Now, just plug your AV cable into the Converter Box input; then plug your HD cable into the HD Output port; connect the included 3 ft. Mini cable and connect the other end to a USB power source (5V 1A recommended); set your resolution (1080p or 720p); and you are all set to use your HDTV or HD monitor. Your squad will thank you.
- Works with all of our Composite AV Cables that we sell at 8-Bit Classics!
- Compatible with most HDTVs and HD monitors
- Converts your AV signal to HD signal up to 1080p
- Includes 3 ft. Mini USB cable
- Easy setup
- Plugs into USB power provided on most TVs, power adapter not included
- HDMI cable not included
|Dimensions||5 × 1 × 5 in|
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Does this device work with C64 in PAL?
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8-Bit Classics –
The adapter works for PAL (50 Hz) and NTSC (60 Hz). It is composite only so not S-Video compatible.
Frank Michlick (verified owner) –
Do not buy this to use with your c64, as it only supports 720p and 1080p and skews your picture. The picture looks okay, but it will be stretched.
Anders Kirchenbauer (verified owner) –
This does an acceptable job of converting composite (generically Yellow-colored RCA jack) and stereo audio to HDMI, and can be switched between 720p and 1080p. However, it relies on the receiving device to handle the aspect ratio. Most devices that use this type of connector were designed for 4:3 ratio screens, most modern HDMI-inputting screens are 16:9, 16:10, or some ultra-wide resolution, so this skews the picture. Most devices intended to be televisions will have options in their menus to shift to 4:3, most monitors do not. My Atari 800XL looked awful stretched to 16:9, so I ended up getting a different adapter that had a 4:3/16:9 selector switch built into it.
Will this scale to include all border areas of c64 on screen? I need an upscaler that keeps border shown for programs that utilize the complete border area (such as SidWizard, and various demos). Last upscaler I tried did not. Also does it keep 4:3 source aspect ratio?
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