Do you have an an older VGA-output computer, game system, or other device, that you want to hook up to your fancy new HDMI monitor? This converter will take a VGA signal and convert it to every-day HDMI so it will work with your computer monitor, display, television, projector, etc.
This high-definition video converter will convert analog stereo audio signal and analog RGBHV from the DB-15 plug and combine them together into digital HDMI signal.
VGA input supports up to 1920x1080P @ 60Hz
Separate audio input comes in from line-level 3.5mm audio jack
No need to install drivers! The adapter is portable, flexible, plug and play
Package includes: VGA->HDMI Converter, USB Power Cable, 3.5mm Male/Male Stereo Cable and User Manual
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