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Product ID: 1640720 | Mfg Part #: P116-000-HDSC2
$60.95

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The P116-000-HDSC2 VGA with RCA Stereo Audio to HDMI Converter/Scaler saves you money on costly computer upgrades by converting and upscaling a VGA video signal for viewing on an HDMI display. The built-in scaler upgrades the VGA input signal, allowing you to display 720p or 1080p high-definition video in your home audio/video setups, media presentations or digital signage using your tried-and-true analog source equipment. The unit is ready to use right from the box with no software or drivers required.

Connect the unit's female VGA video and RCA stereo audio ports to your computer and the female HDMI port to your HDMI projector, monitor or television (VGA video and RCA stereo cables sold separately). The unit automatically upscales the video signal to 720p. Toggle the display to 1080p by pressing the button on the unit. In addition to high-definition video resolutions up to 1080p, the P116-000-HDSC2 supports computer input video resolutions up to 1920 x 1440 (@ 60 Hz), which are scaled to 720p or 1080p on the display. It also supports HDMI bandwidth of 165 MHz (1.65 Gbps per channel) and 24-bit True Color (8 bits per channel).