Converter / Switcher Analog (Scart) to digital (HDMI)
Frage von SCHWARZSEHER: April 2010
Seeking a converter / switch Analog (Scart) to digital (HDMI) - have HDMI on a video projector (1400 x 1200 pixels hang), and both would like to connect multiple HDMI as synonymous 1-2 SCART cable. How can this be done?
Thank you for answers!
Antwort von Blackeagle123:
Do I understand you correctly that you want to spend synonymous analog sources over HDMI? That would be a scaler, which scaled up the signal of SD to HD. They're really expensive, if they are to interpolate well. Would it not be enough to say: SD is output via SD-channel HD via HDMI?
Here's a scaler would be integrated. How good is the product, I do not know. I know the systems only from the professional sector, where they cost a four-digit amount ;-)
Antwort von SCHWARZSEHER:
Would it not be enough to say: SD is output via SD-channel HD via HDMI?
The projector is about 13 feet, would like to create a single (and good) HDMI cable.
When Beamer is the Canon SX7 (http://www.beamershop24.net/canon-beamer/canon-beamer_canon-xeed-sx7-3-jahre-lampengarantie.html), and the offering, if I understand correctly, no way, with SCART to go on it ...
Antwort von Paul*Berlin:
Projectors have as far as I could see that, never a Scart connection, but most VGA (for PCs), a composite (RCA) and one S-Video input (Hosiden). But there are adapter of Scart to Composite or S-Video, that would be something for you? 'd Have to move again, of course 2 cable.
Antwort von Alf_300:
Panasonic DVD recorder - which has 3 inputs and HDMI, SCART, s-video outputs