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HC75

HDMI to analog audio and video RCA Converter

Product ID HC75

Technical summary

  • It allows connecting computers or players with HDMI output or other similar equipment to equipment that hasAnalog audio and composite video input.
  • Easy to use. It does not require special drivers. Connect and operate.
  • Compatible HDCP 1.2 and HDMI 1.3.
  • Bandwidth of 165MHz/1.65 Gbps per channel. This is 6.75 Gbps for all channels.
  • Based on a 10-bit digital-to-analog converter (10-bit DAC).
More info

USB

FullHD 1080p

HDCP

HDMI

Audio estéreo

Composite video

Product available. Delivery time 1-3 days. 2 years warranty. 14 days return period.
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  • Related
  • Tech FAQs

HDMI to composite video (CVBS) signal converter with stereo analog audio output. It has a type A female HDMI input connector and RCA analog audio and video output connector. The audio and video output signals are extracted from the digital HDMI input signal.

Specifications

  • It allows connecting computers or players with HDMI output or other similar equipment to equipment that hasAnalog audio and composite video input.
  • Easy to use. It does not require special drivers. Connect and operate.
  • Compatible HDCP 1.2 and HDMI 1.3.
  • Bandwidth of 165MHz/1.65 Gbps per channel. This is 6.75 Gbps for all channels.
  • Based on a 10-bit digital-to-analog converter (10-bit DAC).
  • Maximum input resolution (HDTV): 1080p at 60 Hz.
  • Requires fuente of 5 VDC power supply (150 mA). Includes male USB power cable to miniUSB 30cm male.
  • Size: 66 x 55 x 20 mm.
  • Output: RCA (audio and video)
  • Input: HDMI female type A.
  • It has NTSC/PAL selector.


Brand

BeMatik
Sizes
Weight: 0.25 Kg.
Product measures:
Width: 7 x Depth: 5 x Height: 1.5 cm.
Number of packages: 1
Package sizes:
15 x 11.5 x 5.5 cm.Package volume: 948.750 cm3.
This product is not available with different sizes
Color unspecified

[!] Weights, sizes, colors and shapes are only approximate and may differ from those represented, although the functionality of the product never differ with those specified

Technical documentation on
Tech FAQs
You can simultaneously use the RCA output CVBS and HDMI output?
Yes, you can use the two video outputs simultaneously.

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Technical terms used
  1. 1080p

  2. CVBS

  3. Gbps

  4. HDCP

  5. HDMI

  6. HDTV

  7. Hz

  8. MicroUSB

  9. Mini USB

  10. NTSC and PAL

1080p

1080p is an alternative name for the maximum resolution used in high definition television (HDTV). The number 1080 represents 1080 lines of vertical display resolution, while the letter p stands for progressive scan and non-interlaced.

Fuente de la información sobre 1080p: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/1080p

CVBS

The CVBS is the acronym often with composite video is designated. The idea of ??this definition means Color, Video, Erase and Sync. The most used are the known wire coaxial connector and a BNC connector or RCA cables.

CVBS


Gbps

Gbps (Gb/s, Gbit/s) is the speed with which information is transmitted. It is normally used to measure the speed information in the ADSL/fiber addresses transmitted.

  • 1 Gb/s is equivalent to 1,000,000,000 b/s.
  • 1 Gb/s is equivalent to 1000000 kb/s.
  • 1Gb/s equals 1000 Mb/s.


HDCP

HDCP (acronym for high-bandwidth digital content protection in English, that means protection of digital content of high bandwidth) is a specification developed by Intel to control the content of digital audio and video that is transmitted through DisplayPort, DVI connections, HDMI, Gigabit Video Interface (GVIF), or Unified Display Interface (UDI). The specification is proprietary, and their implementations must be licenciadas, of which Digital Content Protection is responsible. It is a type of digital rights management.


HDMI

The acronym "HDMI" stands for "High Definition Multimedia Interface".

The HDMI interface allows transmission of video and audio between devices, supporting video resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, 1600p.

Different HDMI versions

HDMi 1.0
- December 2002.
- Maximum transfer of 4.9 Gbit/s.
- Supports up to 165 Mpixels/s video mode (1080p or UXGA 60Hz) and 8-channel/192 kHz/24-bit audio mode.

HDMI 1.2
- August 2005.
- Added support for One Bit Audio, used on Super Audio CDs, up to 8 channels.
- Availability HDMI Type A connectors for PC.

HDMI 1.3
- June 2006
- Bandwidth 340 MHz.
- Data rate of 10.2 Gbit/s.
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD,

HDMI 1.4
- Send video and audio HD
- Data and 3D video.
- FullHD to XHD (eXtended High Definition) up to 4096 × 2160 pixels (24 frames per second) or 3840 × 2160 (30 fps).
- Audio Return Channel that will need fewer cables to have a surround sound system connected to the TV.
- Built-in Ethernet connection cable with speeds up to 100 Mbit/s own.

HDMi 2.0
- September 2013
- Bandwidth of up to 18 Gbit/s
- 4K @ 50/60 (2160p) video
- Up to 32 audio channels to a multi-dimensional immersive experience
- Up frequency 1536kHz for maximum audio fidelity sound
- Simultaneous Delivery 2 streaming video to multiple users on the same screen
- Streaming audio up to 4 users
- Support theater angle 21:9 radio
- Dynamic synchronization of video and audio in streaming
- Extensions of CEC commands to control multiple devices from a single point.


Type HDMI

Type A (picture 1): It is the standard connector used in almost all devices.
Type B (picture 2): A connector rarely used.
Type C (picture 3): A connector widely used in tablets, smartphones and other devices.
Type D (picture 4): A connector used in smartphones.
Type E (picture 5): IA connector used for vehicles connectivity.

HDMI


HDTV

The meaning would be HDTV. It is used to indicate that the device is compatible with high definition. For high definition they have created three technical standards. ATSC, DVB and ISDB-T. Since 2005 the possibility of assigning HD Ready label as a kind of obligation to define the devices that have more than 720 lines (720p, 1080i at 50 or 60 Hz) was assessed.


Hz

One hertz is one cycle per second, meaning repeating cycle as an event. For example, hertz is applied physics measuring the number of times for a second wave (either acoustic or electromagnetic) is repeated or can be applied, among other uses, to ocean waves that reach the Beach vibrations per second or a solid. The quantity that measures the frequency hertz is called,in this regard, the inverse of the period. One hertz is an oscillation frequency of suffering a particle over a period of one second.

Fuente de la información sobre hz: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercio


MicroUSB

or horizontal. The micro USB with five pins, which pins identification (ID) Micro AB USB connectors special work. AB connectors with pin ID can allow the device to function as a connector A or B to standard USB technology. This gives the new smart phones and other devices the option to act as either a single storage device or as provi

MicroUSB


Fuente de la información sobre USB: http://www.ehowenespanol.com/diferencia-usb-mini-usb-micro-info_180454/


Mini USB

The mini USB connectors are smaller than their standard counterparts and have USB fifth pin. The fifth pin is known as the pin ID and is typically not used in mini USB connectors. It was designed to allow later improved USB technology. The mini USB connectors have a cycle life of at least 5000 connections and disconnections, which accommodates the mobile nature of the devices that are designed to interact. The standard USB connectors are generally used with devices that are stationary and not disconnected often.

Mini USB


Fuente de la información sobre miniUSB: http://www.ehowenespanol.com/diferencia-usb-mini-usb-micro-info_180454/


NTSC and PAL

NTSC and PAL are the two coding systems for television signals, each other, they are totally incompatible. NTSC is mainly used in the United States, while the PAL system is one that is typically used in Europe. PAL: 720 x 576 pixels and 25 frames per second NTSC: 720 x 480 pixels and 29.9 frames per second.

NTSC and PAL


Fuente de la información sobre NTSC: http://www.misrespuestas.com/que-es-ntsc-y-pal.html


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