HD Component Video + Coaxial/Optical Toslink Digital Audio to HDMI Converter

1080p HD Component Video + Coaxial/Optical Toslink Digital Audio to HDMI Converter (100~240V AC)

- Converts high definition component video (YPbPr) and digital surround audio (Coaxial and Optical Toslink) to HDMI 1.2a- Perfect for connecting non-HDMI devices to your HDMI Hi-Def entertainment network

- 100V-240V AC adapter included

Item: 1080p HD Component Video + Coaxial/Optical Toslink Digital Audio to HDMI Converter (100~240V AC)

Dimensions: 3.54 in x 2.76 in x 0.79 in

Weight: 13.02 oz

Location : Karachi

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Price : PKR - 5,299 ( Fixed )

Courier : Leopards - 300 rupees extra to the total will be added if the buyer is non Karachi resident.

Warranty : No

Quanity : 10 and can be re furnished on order.

Contact : 0323 - 2653947 - Or PM ( No sms )

Payment Method : Faysal Bank or MCB - Paypal Also accepted with conditions.

any video device which contains obsolete composite component output then its an indicator to change the old crap for new device rather than throwing money on converter and stuff, component video output is already degraded analog signal so conversion to digital HDMI wouldn't do any magic, totally useless product for 2011, and priced at 5300 rupees ....... give me a break.

you stated 1080p output which would be fake output from the device and misrepresentation from your part.

component video can only output 720p and 1080i only from the video device to converter and not superior 1080p.

- 1080i signals are at 62 Mhz which analog RCA cables can easily work with, RCA cables can not handle anything more than 100 Mhz

- 1080p signals are at 124 Mhz which analog RCA cables can not handle since its limited to up to 100 Mhz only.

- now converter might make it artificially output 1080p to TV but once digital video is degraded there is no way any device could show wonders, its called "generation loss"

1080p video media-----> player with analog RCA composite output at 1080i (first gen loss)-----> analog signals picked by converter converted to fake digital 1080p HDMI (second gen loss) = really shitty video output........