• ViewHD Universal Multi-system PAL | NTSC Three Input: RCA Composite AV | S-video R/L Audio | HDMI to One HDMI 720P / 1080P PAL | NTSC Output Upscaling Switch Converter | VHD-UVC
  • ViewHD Universal Multi-system PAL | NTSC Three Input: RCA Composite AV | S-video R/L Audio | HDMI to One HDMI 720P / 1080P PAL | NTSC Output Upscaling Switch Converter | VHD-UVC
ViewHD Universal Multi-system PAL | NTSC Three Input: RCA Composite AV | S-video R/L Audio | HDMI to One HDMI 720P / 1080P PAL | NTSC Output Upscaling Switch Converter | VHD-UVC
ViewHD Universal Multi-system PAL | NTSC Three Input: RCA Composite AV | S-video R/L Audio | HDMI to One HDMI 720P / 1080P PAL | NTSC Output Upscaling Switch Converter | VHD-UVC

ViewHD Universal Multi-system PAL | NTSC Three Input: RCA Composite AV | S-video R/L Audio | HDMI to One HDMI 720P / 1080P PAL | NTSC Output Upscaling Switch Converter | VHD-UVC

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  • Universal Multi-System Dual Voltage HDMI + AV + S-Video to HDMI 720P/1080P Upscaling Converter
  • Best in class HDMI input compatibility for regular video formats and computer video formats
  • Light Weight and Portable for International Travel and Application
  • Both Input and Output Support PAL or NTSC Automatically with Auto Sensing
  • ViewHD One Year Warranty

Customer Reviews

A welcome additionI do t know what family in these days doesn't have at least four different electronics hooked into their TV. We received a TV for our anniversary this year and it only had two inputs! After browsing amazon I found this and ordered it. It's pricey, but it has a LOT of different hook up options and supported hd as well as coming with a remote. Once we got everything hooked up it was great! All my cords are hidden and I only have to remember what is on what input. The only complaint I have is that even with the remote's signal receiver in plain view, I have to be an inch away from it for it to register the signal. But I'm not going to make a big deal out of having to get up off the couch to change inputs. Plus, I've seen my husband change it from the couch. Maybe I'm just too short.4Great solution for using old devices and a new TVWe recently got a new 4K HDTV with only HDMI inputs but I had older devices (a DVD/VCR, a WII, and a game console for Super NES and NES games) with RCA and component inputs. I am kind of frugal and didn't want to just throw all this out because I got a new TV and I saw a lot of these input types are starting to go away and being replaced by all HDMI on new TVs so I thought I would give this a try and wasn't disappointed. I have had it for about two weeks now.This device takes 2 RCA (ie Composite) Inputs, 2 component inputs, 1 monitor input, and 3 hdmi inputs and puts it to one HDMI output which can go to your display device (TV, Projector, etc). It is very nice if you have old devices (DVD players/cable boxes/etc) with older inputs.5What a difference!I moved from a PAL TV format country to an NTSC country some time ago. Prior to my move, I had bought what was then the best-in-class 50" Pioneer plasma TV with first generation HDMI for what now seems like an obscene amount of money. Anyway, given the amount of the investment in the TV, and its quality, I was not prepared to sell it for what I could get for it in the local market when I was relocating. I acquired an analogue PAL to NTSC converter and lived for some years with the hazy picture it produced via my SD cable box with RCA connectors.When this converter finally conked out recently, I decided to give this ViewHD Universal unit a try .... and WALLAH! My wife and kids are still amazed one month later! They cant believe its the same TV and cable box! The red, white and yellow RCA connectors from the cable box go into the ViewHD, and then the HDMI output (cable not supplied) goes to the TV's HDMI input. We now have a good, crisp, clear picture from the unit's 720p upscale switch setting ! I don't get a picture with the 1080p setting, I presume because this first generation HDMI/TV cant handle it. I believe the unit will autosense NTSC or PAL and convert or not if/as required, and then up-convert per the selected switch setting to 720p or 1080pI am really delighted with this unit - it has exceeded my expectations! It converts the tv format and up-scales the signal such that my old plasma PAL TV is working in an NTSC region and giving a picture that is as good as, if not better better than, my new LG 42" NTSC LCD TV that I have in another room with our 2nd cable box.5Nice cheap S-Video-to-HDMI converter.I use this to display Commodore 64 output on a modern TV. I spliced the chroma and luma outputs into an S-Video cable and that worked well for old CRT TVs. But the older LCD TVs didn't work with this at all. A resistor was needed to make it work with those TVs. Newer LCD TVs don't have S-Video inputs at all so I needed a converter. This works with the spliced cable without a resistor and up-scales the video to 720p or 1080p as you configure it.Two problems:- The top border *barely* makes it onto the display. A very small number of programs use the top border area to display sprites and you only get about 4 or 5 lines of the top border with no ability to adjust it.- 1080p should provide a better visual experience smoothing edges a little more like an old CRT would have. It does, but it also seems to introduce some sparkle. It looks like a few dozen dead pixels on the screen that appear intermittently and random locations. It's not extremely bad, but it's just annoying enough that I don't want to use 1080p with this.I doubt the sparkle is a function of the Commodore 64 since I tried it with 3 different systems, one of them being a C64 and two being C64Cs. They all had the same issues with border and sparkling. I've only tested this with the Commodore 64, not any other S-Video device.3Add a programmable LCD display or larger LEDs with visible labeling and it will be a winnerThis switcher exceeds where many fail to succeed: bridging the gap between users with a significant mix of analog and digital devices. So how do I use it? Primarily to expand the input capacity of my TV. Details? Here goes:YPP1 - RCA RC5910P 5 Disc Carousel DVD PlayerYPP2 - Xbox 360 ProAV1 - Panasonic AG-1980 SVHS EditorAV2 - Philips DVDR 3575H RecorderHDMI1 - kdLinks HD680 Media Player (highly recommended for Blu-Ray or DVD ISO playback)HDMI2 - Panasonic DMP-BDT230 Blu-Ray PlayerHDMI3 - Roku XDS 2100X Streaming PlayerHDMI out goes to my Samsung PN51F5300 Plasma TV. If the LEDs and labeling were a lot larger or a programmable LCD display (like the Psyclone PSC01 Switcher) were present, this would be a winner. While it is not the quality of an HDFury-class device, its gets the job done at the right price point and in a nice package. I see great things ahead for this switcher.4For VERY light uses only.This is a great product when it works!We've had it for a little over a year and half.Unfortunately, within the first 6 months the HDMI input port #1 failed, so we switched to HDMI port #2, which failed also within 6 months! Now we are on port #3, praying that it won't fail!No problem with other ports (VGA, RCA & COMPONENT)Usage? We use this device twice a week for 3 hours total on HDMI. Also 2 to 3 times a week on RCA/Analog video for a total of 3 hours.So for 6 hours a week! I think that is light usage compared to how other components are used. Alas! Warranty is out of course before first item fails.I would not buy this again.But would recommend if you are not using HDMI a lot.2Does not work at all with OSD component monitor out from Denon AV receiverDoes not work at all with OSD component monitor out from Denon AV receiver. Also has hissing noise on the audio. To be fair, I have yet to find a component to HDMI that actually works well in that price range. Tired so many and none worked well, either bad quality output or none at all for some, like this one!1Great device to output clean hdmiBought a Hauppauge hd pvr 2 to transfer some vhs tapes to the computer, but got got really strange screen tearing and dropouts. Seems the internal converter was terrible and I needed to feed it an HDMI source, so I bought this ViewHD converter to take composite and s-video and upconvert to HDMI. It's been working great for 2 weeks so far and about 100hrs of video. One thing to watch out for is when you are toggling through the resolutions, it also changes refresh rate, which can be 50 or 60hz. Just watch the top left when you toggle it and be sure the setting is correct. For some people this is common, others may not be watching out for this, hope it helps.5Good choise!We used many years a VHS recorder, also my wife.However we bought a flatscreen a few months ago, but there was directly a probleem with FF and RW, no Pause, bad display etc.I found out that there was a solution available: a video-converter to HDMI...I looking to many Forums and came to the follow conclusion:This does precisely what i expect to a VHS and a HD solution and it's payable !It's simple, working fine, FF and RW and Pause, even the 720 and 1080 res, 80% better picture (and yes, it's never HDMI remember that!)I only must do the tv-picture setting to filled out with higth and width handmatic. That's all.And the best is also "Shipping" by Amazon himself, because the most sellers (like Mustek?) do nothing with shipping "overseas" like Netherlands.In other words: You must find out self to sending your own package to your own adress on your own costs.And Amazon has delivered within 5 days.5Pretty Good UpscalerThere are reviews that say that there's a yellow bar and no sound. There is supposed to be sound and there is no yellow bar. Return it if you have one or both of these issues. You got a faulty one. The picture is superb. There is no grain in the picture. I bought a surge protector with a switch so that I can turn it on and off. It's on permanently. I would love it if there is a switch on it or have it turn on if the signal is on. It's gets a little warm. There is no lag that I can see.4
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Description
  • Universal Multi-System Dual Voltage HDMI + AV + S-Video to HDMI 720P/1080P Upscaling Converter
  • Best in class HDMI input compatibility for regular video formats and computer video formats
  • Light Weight and Portable for International Travel and Application
  • Both Input and Output Support PAL or NTSC Automatically with Auto Sensing
  • ViewHD One Year Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A welcome additionI do t know what family in these days doesn't have at least four different electronics hooked into their TV. We received a TV for our anniversary this year and it only had two inputs! After browsing amazon I found this and ordered it. It's pricey, but it has a LOT of different hook up options and supported hd as well as coming with a remote. Once we got everything hooked up it was great! All my cords are hidden and I only have to remember what is on what input. The only complaint I have is that even with the remote's signal receiver in plain view, I have to be an inch away from it for it to register the signal. But I'm not going to make a big deal out of having to get up off the couch to change inputs. Plus, I've seen my husband change it from the couch. Maybe I'm just too short.4Great solution for using old devices and a new TVWe recently got a new 4K HDTV with only HDMI inputs but I had older devices (a DVD/VCR, a WII, and a game console for Super NES and NES games) with RCA and component inputs. I am kind of frugal and didn't want to just throw all this out because I got a new TV and I saw a lot of these input types are starting to go away and being replaced by all HDMI on new TVs so I thought I would give this a try and wasn't disappointed. I have had it for about two weeks now.This device takes 2 RCA (ie Composite) Inputs, 2 component inputs, 1 monitor input, and 3 hdmi inputs and puts it to one HDMI output which can go to your display device (TV, Projector, etc). It is very nice if you have old devices (DVD players/cable boxes/etc) with older inputs.5What a difference!I moved from a PAL TV format country to an NTSC country some time ago. Prior to my move, I had bought what was then the best-in-class 50" Pioneer plasma TV with first generation HDMI for what now seems like an obscene amount of money. Anyway, given the amount of the investment in the TV, and its quality, I was not prepared to sell it for what I could get for it in the local market when I was relocating. I acquired an analogue PAL to NTSC converter and lived for some years with the hazy picture it produced via my SD cable box with RCA connectors.When this converter finally conked out recently, I decided to give this ViewHD Universal unit a try .... and WALLAH! My wife and kids are still amazed one month later! They cant believe its the same TV and cable box! The red, white and yellow RCA connectors from the cable box go into the ViewHD, and then the HDMI output (cable not supplied) goes to the TV's HDMI input. We now have a good, crisp, clear picture from the unit's 720p upscale switch setting ! I don't get a picture with the 1080p setting, I presume because this first generation HDMI/TV cant handle it. I believe the unit will autosense NTSC or PAL and convert or not if/as required, and then up-convert per the selected switch setting to 720p or 1080pI am really delighted with this unit - it has exceeded my expectations! It converts the tv format and up-scales the signal such that my old plasma PAL TV is working in an NTSC region and giving a picture that is as good as, if not better better than, my new LG 42" NTSC LCD TV that I have in another room with our 2nd cable box.5Nice cheap S-Video-to-HDMI converter.I use this to display Commodore 64 output on a modern TV. I spliced the chroma and luma outputs into an S-Video cable and that worked well for old CRT TVs. But the older LCD TVs didn't work with this at all. A resistor was needed to make it work with those TVs. Newer LCD TVs don't have S-Video inputs at all so I needed a converter. This works with the spliced cable without a resistor and up-scales the video to 720p or 1080p as you configure it.Two problems:- The top border *barely* makes it onto the display. A very small number of programs use the top border area to display sprites and you only get about 4 or 5 lines of the top border with no ability to adjust it.- 1080p should provide a better visual experience smoothing edges a little more like an old CRT would have. It does, but it also seems to introduce some sparkle. It looks like a few dozen dead pixels on the screen that appear intermittently and random locations. It's not extremely bad, but it's just annoying enough that I don't want to use 1080p with this.I doubt the sparkle is a function of the Commodore 64 since I tried it with 3 different systems, one of them being a C64 and two being C64Cs. They all had the same issues with border and sparkling. I've only tested this with the Commodore 64, not any other S-Video device.3Add a programmable LCD display or larger LEDs with visible labeling and it will be a winnerThis switcher exceeds where many fail to succeed: bridging the gap between users with a significant mix of analog and digital devices. So how do I use it? Primarily to expand the input capacity of my TV. Details? Here goes:YPP1 - RCA RC5910P 5 Disc Carousel DVD PlayerYPP2 - Xbox 360 ProAV1 - Panasonic AG-1980 SVHS EditorAV2 - Philips DVDR 3575H RecorderHDMI1 - kdLinks HD680 Media Player (highly recommended for Blu-Ray or DVD ISO playback)HDMI2 - Panasonic DMP-BDT230 Blu-Ray PlayerHDMI3 - Roku XDS 2100X Streaming PlayerHDMI out goes to my Samsung PN51F5300 Plasma TV. If the LEDs and labeling were a lot larger or a programmable LCD display (like the Psyclone PSC01 Switcher) were present, this would be a winner. While it is not the quality of an HDFury-class device, its gets the job done at the right price point and in a nice package. I see great things ahead for this switcher.4For VERY light uses only.This is a great product when it works!We've had it for a little over a year and half.Unfortunately, within the first 6 months the HDMI input port #1 failed, so we switched to HDMI port #2, which failed also within 6 months! Now we are on port #3, praying that it won't fail!No problem with other ports (VGA, RCA & COMPONENT)Usage? We use this device twice a week for 3 hours total on HDMI. Also 2 to 3 times a week on RCA/Analog video for a total of 3 hours.So for 6 hours a week! I think that is light usage compared to how other components are used. Alas! Warranty is out of course before first item fails.I would not buy this again.But would recommend if you are not using HDMI a lot.2Does not work at all with OSD component monitor out from Denon AV receiverDoes not work at all with OSD component monitor out from Denon AV receiver. Also has hissing noise on the audio. To be fair, I have yet to find a component to HDMI that actually works well in that price range. Tired so many and none worked well, either bad quality output or none at all for some, like this one!1Great device to output clean hdmiBought a Hauppauge hd pvr 2 to transfer some vhs tapes to the computer, but got got really strange screen tearing and dropouts. Seems the internal converter was terrible and I needed to feed it an HDMI source, so I bought this ViewHD converter to take composite and s-video and upconvert to HDMI. It's been working great for 2 weeks so far and about 100hrs of video. One thing to watch out for is when you are toggling through the resolutions, it also changes refresh rate, which can be 50 or 60hz. Just watch the top left when you toggle it and be sure the setting is correct. For some people this is common, others may not be watching out for this, hope it helps.5Good choise!We used many years a VHS recorder, also my wife.However we bought a flatscreen a few months ago, but there was directly a probleem with FF and RW, no Pause, bad display etc.I found out that there was a solution available: a video-converter to HDMI...I looking to many Forums and came to the follow conclusion:This does precisely what i expect to a VHS and a HD solution and it's payable !It's simple, working fine, FF and RW and Pause, even the 720 and 1080 res, 80% better picture (and yes, it's never HDMI remember that!)I only must do the tv-picture setting to filled out with higth and width handmatic. That's all.And the best is also "Shipping" by Amazon himself, because the most sellers (like Mustek?) do nothing with shipping "overseas" like Netherlands.In other words: You must find out self to sending your own package to your own adress on your own costs.And Amazon has delivered within 5 days.5Pretty Good UpscalerThere are reviews that say that there's a yellow bar and no sound. There is supposed to be sound and there is no yellow bar. Return it if you have one or both of these issues. You got a faulty one. The picture is superb. There is no grain in the picture. I bought a surge protector with a switch so that I can turn it on and off. It's on permanently. I would love it if there is a switch on it or have it turn on if the signal is on. It's gets a little warm. There is no lag that I can see.4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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