Don’t toss out those VCRs and mid-80s Nintendos just yet. We make it easy to convert old analog AV signals into digital HDMI.
HDMI isn’t just for HDTVs and Blu-Ray DVD players any more. Already, HDMI technology can easily be made compatible with your favorite modern devices (like digital projectors, video recorders, laptop computers, and game consoles). Now, with the right conversion equipment, older analog devices can be converted to digital, HDMI-compatible platforms as well.
Imagine that — those old, nostalgic videos of birthday parties and first steps caught on a camcorder blasting out from your HDTV in pristine quality. At MilesTek, we offer a full line of plug-n-play HDMI converter options that allow you to do exactly that, including:
Perhaps more than any other picture experience, DVD quality and gaming quality are critical. So when you need to convert component video (everyday devices like DVD players, set-top boxes, XBoxes, Wiis, PS2s, and PSPs) to HDMI, this device will do the trick flawlessly. It transforms HD component video (YPbPr) and left/right stereo audio and SPDIF signal to HDMI output.
This device can take either composite video (VCRs or older game consoles) or s-video (earlier-generation DVD players, satellite receivers, and video game consoles.), and convert it to HDMI. This makes it easy to use older analog devices as part of your larger HD home theater system (no need to hang onto an older TV just to keep using that old VCR ), and scales up the video to HDMI 720p.
These converters make it easy to connect most PCs and laptops to 1080p HDTVs, and it does it without sacrificing picture quality. The converter supports resolutions up to 1920×1080 @ 60 Hz.
Have several devices that you’d like to convert? The all-video to HDMI converter, scaler and switcher can handle switching between nine different sources — scaling each up to HDMI quality. This device basically combines the ability to distribute multiple inputs of component and composite video, VGA, and HDMI signals to one HDMI 720p or 1080p HDTV. It’s everything you need, really.