Scart to HDMI Convertor

Here’s a device which may prove useful if you are trying to move all your source switching over to HDMI.

“Another great connection problem solver, this will take any standard Scart input (RGB or composite) and give you a digital 720p HDMI output!

A nifty way to solve the usual problems that occur when integrating older analogue equipment with newer HDMI setups.

This device converts the signal from any analogue scart to HDMI – great for simplifying all your connections! The scart signal (RGB or composite) is automatically converted to HDMI at a fixed 720p.

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Highlights

  • Automatically recognizes input source system.
  • Suitable for worldwide video system of NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, PL, PAL-M, PAL-N and SECAM.
  • Supports composite and RGB via Scart.
  • Combines your analog video and audio inputs and converts it to HDMI.
  • The output resolution is a digital HDMI 720p.
  • Power-down mode.
  • Simple plug and play unit.

Features
1. Scales up SCART RGB or video to HDTV 720p format.
2. Automatic lipsync(audio delay) ensures audio video synchronization.
3. 720p HDMI output at 50Hz or 60Hz vertical rate following input vertical rate.
4. SCART audio is incorporated into HDMI out as well as passthrough to jack output.
5. Input video systems – NTSC3.58 / PAL / RGB 50Hz / RGB 60Hz auto-detection.
6. DVI compatible by using HDMI to DVI adaptor.

Scart to HDMI Adaptors   :   www.keene.co.uk

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9 Comments on "Scart to HDMI Convertor"

  1. I have sony bravia 37″ and it is connected from scart to lcd

    will this scart to hdmi converter give me better picture then what i am seeing today

    as far as i understand the lcd already upscales the sd signals

    so the point is will this thing will do the better job

  2. American Cousin | October 29, 2008 at 11:48 pm |

    @beni

    I’d say improvement would be highly unlikely.

    As much as I sometimes curse Sony for doing everything their own way, it’s undeniable that their proprietary components work really well together in their consumer products where every component in the product design is the best in its cost/price range and designed specifically to perfectly deliver exactly what is expected of it by every other component in the system to produce the best possible picture available from the input source.

    The real problem is that no matter how you boost it or expand it or whatever else you do to it, the analog signal that’s coming out of that SCART just doesn’t contain enough information to make the quality of detail that hot on today’s high-def screens.

    Your Sony’s most likely doing the best that can be done, so save your money, resist gadgets like this, and when you can afford it, get yourself a player or receiver with the proper digital output to replace whatever it is that’s putting out the analog signal your Sony is valiantly attempting to “upscale” into a silk purse.

  3. We currently have a Humax 9200T PVR (this only has a scart socket in the back), we would like to use this with a new HD ready tv, using an hdmi cable from tv to Humax. The Humax doesn’t currently have an hdmi socket – would this solve the problem?

  4. Matthew Parsons | November 7, 2008 at 2:19 pm |

    i bought this device and im having problems with it i have my cable box connected to this device via scart then i have a hdmi to dvi connector for the output to my tv but half the screen is yellow! please help my tv has a 24 pin dvi slot, my hdmi to dvi is 19 could this be the reason or is it the Scart to HDMI Convertor?

  5. I have a Humax 9200T PVR and can confirm it does have a HDMI socket on the back for HD video connection to a HD TV.

    You do not need to use a Scart to HD converter.

  6. Have just purchased a Sony KDL32W4000 to replace an old CRT and have the standard Def V box from Virgin Cable.. the Pictures i used to get through the scart socket were great but on this HD 1080P TV they leave a lot to be desired. Will HDMI improve the quality of SD transmission from Virgin over the scart lead and will upgrading to the V+Box help even the SD broadcasts?
    Thanks

  7. Michael Brathwaite | January 24, 2009 at 7:58 pm |

    Is there a device that does the opposite? Old CRT TV want to buy upscaling DVD that only has HDMI output.

    This will be until I get new TV for that room.

  8. Do you guys think it would make an old retro games system’s graphics slightly better because i’ve got a Samsung LE32A556 full HD lcd tv and use an rgb scrat to connect my sega megadrive up to it, and the graphics look horribly stretched and pixelated.

  9. michael shaffer | May 20, 2012 at 5:05 pm |

    I have humax 9150t pvr i am thinking of getting a new tv i need 2 scarts due to i need a second scart for a loop system will your convertor work with my humax machine.

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