TV One\'s YPbPr to HDMI Format Converter Now Shipping

TV One-task makes HDMI more flexible then ever with the release of the 1T-YPbPr-HDMI Format Converter.

The TV One -Task™ 1T -YPbPr -HDMI Format Converter takes an analog component YPbPr or YUV signal to an HDMI compliant output allowing the viewing or switching of an analog component video signal on an HDMI display.


A Toslink input connector is provided to allow integration of a digital audio signal into the HDMI digital output stream. Component video inputs are via three RCA connectors using the provided cable. All common NTSC and PAL HDTV resolutions are accepted and automatically detected. The output is fully compliant with the HDMI 1.2 standard ensuring proper decoding by an HDMI display.

The 165MHz bandwidth means that output images are sharp and detailed and an included switching AC Adapter provides 5VDC@1A of power.
The suggested retail price for the 1T -YPbPr -HDMI is £165 (€243) and are available to order now.

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