Component YPbPr (RGB RCA) to Composite (Yellow RCA) and S-Video w/ Down Scaler

Sewell Part # SW-22309

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Downscaler Connection Diagram

If you have a component (YPbPr or Red, Green, Blue RCA interfaces) source that you need to display on a TV with a composite input (typically yellow RCA) or S-Video, this converter is perfect for you. This converter also handles audio pass-through with dual RCA input on the component side and 3.5mm stereo output on the composite side.

Why The Conversion Box?

Component and composite/s-video signals are two very different signals. With component, the video signal is divided into three different signals in order to theoretically transmit up to 3 times as much video information, making component capable of handling HD resolutions up to 1080p. Composite and S-Video (both the same signal) don't have high definition capabilities and handle all video over a single conductor.

This conversion box not only integrates the RGB component signal into the composite signal (something a simple cable can't do), and also downscales the signal to fit the resolution of your standard definition composite TV.

This converter also includes a PAL/NTSC switch (PAL for European/Asian (except Japan) users, NTSC for North American/Japanese users) Downscaler ports

Above:

(1) LED Power Indicator
(2) Component (YPbPr) Ports (input)
(3) Left/Right Stereo Input
(4) Power Adapter (included) plugs here
(5) 3.5mm stereo audio output (3.5mm audio cable included)
(6) Composite (yellow RCA) output
(7) S-Video output
(8) S-Video/Composite switch
(9) NTSC/PAL switch (North America uses NTSC)

Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • SW-22309

Brand

  • Generic

Features

  • Input: 1 Component Video (YPbPr), Audio R/L
  • Output: 1 Composite Video (RCA), 1 S-video
  • Input component video resolution: 1080P/60, 1080P/50, 1080i/60, 1080i/50, 720P/60,
  • 720P/50, 576P, 480P, 576i and 480i.
  • Output video to either composite or s-video
  • With Audio L and Audio R inputs supports earphone
  • Output video supports both NTSC and PAL. Switch by button on the box
  • Portable size: 11 (L)X7(W)X2.6(H) cm
  • Black piano color
  • Power supplier: 5V/2A
  • Accessories: 1x Power supplier, 1x YPBPR cable (1.5m), 1x single RCA video cable
  • (2 m), 1x S-Video cable (1.5 m), 1x 3.5 Audio cable (1.5m), 1x Audio cable (1.5m).

Package Includes

  • YpbPr to Composite/S-Video with Audio Converter
  • Single RCA cable
  • 6' YPbPr cable
  • S-Video cable
  • 3.5 Audio cable
  • Power Adaptor 5V/1A
  • User Manual

Reviews

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Most helpful reviews

Anonymous - 2/16/2010 11:34:43 AM

3 found this review helpful


Pros: Downscales the output of my component switcher. Handles switching resolutions on the fly. Everything from Wii 480p component output, to Popcorn Hour A100 1080p component output. Great little device. This is the best price I've found it at.

Cons:

Other:

Directv solution

Anonymous - 2/15/2014 6:43:44 PM

3 found this review helpful


Pros:

Cons:

Other: A perfect solution for the Directv HD menu issue when wanting to output a non-HD signal in addition to an HDMI connection to the tv. This converter allows a component cable to also be connected to a Directv HR20 DVR and then converted to composite to allow slave TV's to be run from the same receiver. This was changed when Directv decided to use an HD guide which does not allow non-HD signals to be output from the receiver which are sometimes needed - in my case for additional TV's be be run from the receiver. All cables are included except an HDMI cable. Worked perfectly out of the box - make sure the switches are set correctly for the type of output signal that is needed.

Joe D - 6/12/2013 6:58:02 AM

3 found this review helpful


Pros: Use it to downconvert DirecTV RGB to composite, feeds my A/V Slingbox without issues since last September. This was the intended purpose for purchasing it, works well.

Cons: Runs very hot to the touch

Other: Now also trying to use it to feed video-input of a VCR, but the picture just rolls vertically. Tried feeding a composite-to-RF modulator, same thing. What to do?

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Directv solution

Anonymous - 2/15/2014 6:43:44 PM

Anonymous - 8/22/2013 1:43:58 PM

Joe D - 6/12/2013 6:58:02 AM

Use it to downconvert DirecTV RGB to composite, feeds my A/V Slingbox without issues since last September. This was the intended purpose for purchasing it, works well.

Works but...

Anonymous - 6/12/2012 5:56:01 PM

Does actually do the job but you do get what you pay for in terms of signal quality.

Does what it says

Anonymous - 2/3/2012 11:47:47 AM

This does exactly what it says. If you got caught up with DirecTV's update to its DVRs and were using S-video for your original Slingbox, this is your answer. Simple, works right out of the box. And Sewell support is awesome.

Questions

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Question:

I have a non HD box that give me a red/black (sound) and yellow video connection and want to go to a Y Pb Pr + black and white connection for a switch box that connect many HD TV, would your box do the trick?


Answer:

It sounds like the box would have to give red/white for sound and not red/black, correct? Sounds like you need to go from composite to component, not component to composite like this converter provides. However, often component inputs will support composite signals. This is at least the case for many newer HDTVs. I can't say for sure with your switch, but I would find out in the manual or with the manufacturer if it also supports standard definition composite signals.

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