KVMStuff recently launched VGA to TV converter.
Ohio, August 11,2009 - KVMStuff recently launched VGA to TV converter that allows the input of a VGA signal and output of a VGA, RCA or S -Video signal. It is used to transfer images from a PC to TV, projector or other display devices thereby extending the life of your existing display hardware. Other applications allow you to enjoy viewing the same output on larger display screens such as televisions or projectors. It mirrors the computer's current video signal for output on an additional display. This converter supports NTSC/PAL/SECAM video formats.
Compatible with both Laptops as well as desktops, there are various ways to connect these VGA to TV devices to the television. One of them is using the S -video connector or the composite RCA video connector. Both of these connection types are typically available in older televisions or video displays. They operate at video resolutions from 640x480 up to 1024x 768 and do not require additional software or drivers in order to function. These devices have an auto switching power supply brightness adjustment and automatically detect the input format. Selection of video is performed via push buttons on the front of the unit. The audio is connected directly from the source to the destination device.
In cases wherein the PC or laptop does not have a TV -out connector, the VGA to TV converter is used to connect the VGA output of the computer to the TV allowing a user to enjoy PC games and movies. Another version, the multi video converter converts PAL, NTSC, SECAM or VGA system to any PAL, PAL -M, PAL -N, NTSC, or VGA system signal. The converters need to be placed near the PC and are powered with the included AC power adapter. Another feature of these devices is that they are CE, FCC and RoHS certified.
These VGA to TV conversion devices can be found in a variety of applications including home environments to enhance gaming displays or by professionals who wish to continue using existing hardware. It is also ideal for making business presentations and for viewing the internet on larger TVs.