RGB CGA EGA YUV to 15 Pin VGA HD Video Converter GBS8200 HD9800PRODUCT CODE: GBS8200
RGB CGA EGA YUV to VGA Video Converter Board.
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The video converter outputs a 30kHz VGA signal via a DB15 VGA port and a 12-pin interface.
The GBS 8200 features a CGA, EGA, YUV input signal Auto scan function, and has a standard VGA output for a high-resolution video signal.
Can be used to convert the RGB signals from Arcade Machines, Amiga 500, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Nintendo Wii, Xbox to a VGA computer monitor.
This fantastically versatile converter is a great way to convert CGA, EGA, YUV and RGB inputs to VGA output for use on a standard LED, LCD or CRT computer monitor.
Model: GBS 8200. Also known as GBS8200 or HD9800.
Input: CGA, EGA, YUV.
Supports position & zoom control.
Power supply input: DC 5V 2A (Not included).
English and Chinese language on-screen menu.
Supports CGA/EGA signal autoscan (15K, 24K, 31K).
Output: VGA 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1360 x 768.
True digital 24-bit A/D converter for true 16.7 million color conversion.
Supports YUV signal auto scan (480i, 576i, 720i, 1080i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p).
1x GBS8200 V4.0 Video converter board.
1x Power cable tail.
1x Video cable tail.
Link to user manual: http://bit.ly/2jfb4JC
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14 Day 'change of mind' return in unused condition for refund less shipping fees.
1 Year return to base refund or replace guarantee.
Troubleshooting Installation Hints & Tips:
Link to the user manual: http://bit.ly/2jfb4JC
- Ensure that a suitable power supply is used. The Power Supply must be 5 Volt DC with a minimum Current Rating of 2 Amps.
- Avoid long cables as this can degrade the video signal. Ideally, use screened cables as short as is feasible.
- Try switching the converter boards input from the default Auto Scan input to a Manual Input. The left-most 'SW' switch is used to change the input signal between the Ypbpr/RGBS/RGBHV modes. Note: This operation does not work when you have opened OSD (On Screen Display) menu.
- Try setting the Monitor to Manual input select as opposed to Auto.
- Try powering the Monitor Off and then On while the converter board signal is being supplied in an effort to let the Monitor self-calibrate to the input signal.
- Try an alternative 'known-good' late-model monitor.
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