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Retro AV to HDMI Converter
Retro AV to HDMI Converter
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Retro AV to HDMI Converter

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(26 Customer Reviews)
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Price: $23.99
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Description

Enjoy your favorite retro gaming consoles on your fancy HD TV! This Old Skool converter will upscale your older video output into a high-def signal, up to [email protected] This is also the perfect solution for a TV lacking older AV inputs.

Product Details

UPC:

645871906992

Condition:

New

Platform:

Nintendo NES

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

Part Number:

NES_AV_HDMI_CONVERTER

Customer Reviews

2 Stars
not the greatest at all
tbh this thing is kind of crape to may daged edges it sucks it does nothing smooth at all if i was u lukie games i would take it out 18 bucks its not worth it at all
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from princeton on
2
2 Stars
Retro AV to HDMI Converter
Didn't see a difference made game play too dark
Reviewed by: from St Paul Park on
2
5 Stars
No change in graphics
Probably just me but I didn’t notice any changes to the resolution of the graphics.
Reviewed by: from Wilton on
5
2 Stars
Av to hdmi
I'm not even sure it works. I cannot tell a difference, I think mine is broken. Awesome little device for hooking up on TV with no av. But yea I'm not sure
Reviewed by: from Armstrong on
2
5 Stars
AV To HDMI Converter
This Converter Works Great Since I Have The HDMI Input For My HDTV
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Bayside on
5
5 Stars
Nostalgic Games in HD!
Great Device Original Xbox and PS2 Runs in Smoother Graphics Now Still Same But Smoother!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from North Carolina on
5
1 Stars
Did not work
This did not work the way I thought it would. Absolutely no change on my Nintendo 64 and my GameCube. I’m not sure if it’s because my TV is 4K or not, but it did not work at all. I don’t recommend it. I recommend one that actually promises a graphics difference, this one was very faulty. The one thing that is cool is if your tv does not have AV outputs and only HDMI, you can now play your retro consoles
Reviewed by: from New Jersey on
1
5 Stars
Excellent product
Works without issues
Reviewed by: from Mission on
5
5 Stars
Terrific
The retro AV to HDMI converter works great. Simple setup, took less than a minute to connect it to our Samsung TV. Now we get full screen display, a bit grainy but, that's not the converters fault, it's the low resolution games. We found that it works for other older game consoles too.
Reviewed by: from Washington state on
5
5 Stars
Good purchase
It is working great. Image is good and sounds works just fine.
Reviewed by: from Germantown on
5
5 Stars
Perfect
Had to get one of these because i dont have composite AV hook ups on any of my TV’s and it cane fast and works perfectly, no issues at all
Reviewed by: from Rogers, AR on
5
3 Stars
Hdmi converter
The picture quality has improved my game quality greatly however the sound doesnt work on any the consoles plugged into the converter while playing any of the games which is unfortunate
Reviewed by: from Calgary on
3
5 Stars
Works well
Works as intended, Now playing N64 on a 55" HDTV.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Walnut Creek on
5
5 Stars
simply wonderful
the item is the best and works well with my ps2. the picture quality is good and works well on my roku tv.
Reviewed by: from Houston on
5
1 Stars
Didn't work for me
I bought this hoping it would be fantastic. When I finally received it and hooked it up, I tried it on my Genesis, NES and SNES. With each system a green bar showed up on the left side towards the center. They sent me a replacement and I tried it on my larger television set. Same result. These devices not only had the green bar but they also stretched the picture and so the graphics looked odd. Both of my Bravia TV's aren't ancient but they're just under 10 years old and they let me choose the image size. This device did not allow me to switch it. I decided to just use my old RadioShack AV multi switch and the picture actually looks a lot better than the AV to HDMI thing. Maybe I just got a couple of bad ones.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Washington on
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