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Thread: PC->TV converter i found

  1. #1
    Maximum Bitrate
    Join Date
    Feb 2000
    Rockford, IL (home), Southern IL (college)

    Post PC->TV converter i found sends me emails every week or two and i found this pc->tv conversion tool.

    Plug and Play,easy installation, no software driver
    Display high-resolution computer images (up to 1024x768 in 16.7 million colors) on any TV
    Simultaneous display on PC/laptop and up to two TVs
    Simultaneous S-Video and RCA/composite connection to TV/VCRs
    Uses AITech ís FlicFree and VSPro technologies for the sharpest flicker-free images possible
    Includes current full version of CyberLink ís award-winning PowerDVD
    Extend range between PC and TV with the hgh-performance 20-feet audio and video (dual S-video/RCA)cables
    15-pin VGA analog RGB signal
    Multiple nput frequencies
    640x480 @60-85 Hz
    800x600 @60-85 Hz
    1024x768 @60-70 Hz

    S-Video (S-VHS)
    Composite (RCA)
    VGA bypass
    SCART RGB (Optional cable for European version only)

    Power Requirements
    5 volts DC,800 mA,center negative polarity (AC adapter included)
    FCC Class B and CE Certified

    Minimum System Requirements
    PC &Mac compatible. Windows (all versions)or Macintosh with VGA output
    Limited Warranty: One Year

    I wonder if this is any good??? Sure is expensive!

    [ 12-03-2001: Message edited by: RaZor ]
    2004 F-150
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  2. #2
    Maximum Bitrate
    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Ontario, Canada


    the problem is that you're introducing another layer of conversion into your system, which will furthur reduce the sharpness and overall quality of the output, which roughly translates into requiring a bigger LCD. If you want to put 800x600 on a 5" LCD using composite and use word to type up your book report, or even for GPS purposes, you're going to be shocked. I don't think it'll turn out too well.
    IN DEVELOPMENT -- '96 Mustang, lilliput with PII/450 laptop, custom DC-DC power supply, 60GB; Garmin GPS; 802.11g; compact keyboard, small graphical LCDs, OBDII.


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