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Sewell PC to TV
|STANDARD DEFINITION||HIGH DEFINITION|
|Product:||TVdeckVGA to RCA||PC to TVWireless||PC to HDTVVGA to RCA||HammerheadVGA to HDMI||MantaVGA to HDMI||HDdeckUSB to HDMI|
|AudioSupport?||YES||YES||Requires Cable(Included)||Requires Cable(Included)||YES||YES|
|Can Still UseCurrent Monitor?||YES||YES||YES||NO||NO||YES|
|SpecialFeatures||All in one cable for clean & easy setup||Also allows for local RCA or S-Video connection||Small in-line converter||Small size||USB Connection does not tie up existing video connection|
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- 1 x VGA input, 1 x VGA output (VGA loop-through)
- 1 x Composite Out (yellow RCA)
- 1 x Stereo Audio Out (red and white RCA)
- 1 x S-Video out
- 1 x DC 5V port
- Input VGA Resolution 640x480 @ 60/ 72/ 75/ 85Hz , 800x600 @ 60/ 75Hz, 1024x768 @ 60/ 75Hz
- Output VGA at the same resolution
- Can display on computer monitor and TV simultaneously
- Multi-system Support: NTSC (North America, taiwan), NTSC-EIAJ (Japan), PAL (Europe, China),
- PAL-M(Brazil), PAL-N(Uruguay ,Paraguay) etc
- Dip switch included to change NTSC/PAL formats (default setting is NTSC - North America)
- Adjustable overscanning/ underscanning
- Highly portable.
- lightweight, small and easy to carry
- Cross Platform: Mac, PC, Linux compatible
- No driver or software to install
- Only requirements: a VGA video source (your computer) and a TV with a composite (yellow RCA) or S-video port.
- For help tuning the unit for best image quality check out our how to video: PC to TV Adjusting
- PC to TV Converter w/Built-in PC cabling
- One 3RCA Cable 5 ft. (Composite video and stereo audio to TV)
- User manual
- Manuals and Support pages available under the support tab
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Shawn - 8/6/2010 7:35:16 AM
12 found this review helpful
Pros: I bought this to hook a new hp laptop to my TV to allow us to watch HULU and NETFLIX on the TV. Sewell Customer service was great and answered my questions. Shipping was fast. The unit is powered through the USB port. My laptop has all the necessary ports (VGA, USB, and Headphone) on the same side, so it's no problem, but the cables seem long enough that I might have been able to reach the other side of the laptop if needed (and I have a 17" laptop that's HUGE). In less than 5 minutes my laptop was hooked to my TV with a nice image and no difficult software to install. Just use the color-coded cable that comes with the unit and hook it into your TV (make sure you set the TV to the correct input). Everything worked - first try - no problems. My wife and I think the sound and picture quality are great and I carry the unit with me in my laptop bag because you just never know when you'll want to use it.
Cons: None really. I'm very happy with the unit. See the OTHER COMMENTS section for some things to consider.
Other: I work with video regularly as part of my job, so I have a little knowledge and a discerning eye. That said, I wasn't expecting this box to produce readable text on my TV (I know what TV's can and can't do - Mine is a 36" flatscreen tube TV that is not high-def) and I wasn't expecting HD quality. After reading some of the other reviews I expected the quality to be LESS than it was, and I was pleasantly surprised. The image on the TV looks very good to me. We've watched HULU and another movie from my hard drive with no problems and no disappointments. I Have noticed (barely noticed) an occassional (maybe once per hour) scanline distortion that runs down the length of the TV. It is so difficult to notice that my trained eye catches it only in the lower third of the screen (and then it's gone in less than a second). My wife has never noticed this at all. I think the average viewer won't notice it at all. It does not bother me. The picture from the unit displays on the TV as a slightly warmer (color-wise) image than the laptop picture and slightly more saturated (color-wise again) image. I did not adjust the color either through the box or on the TV because I found it looked more natural than the laptop image. I left everything set to factory defaults and COULDN'T BE HAPPIER. It's a nice convenient box with all the cabling kept neatly together. It was my first purchase from Sewell and it was a good sound purchase.
Guy_in_MD - 1/9/2010 12:53:41 PM
8 found this review helpful
Pros: The quality of videos through the device was incredible. After buying this device, we canceled our cable TV entirely and now watch everything streaming online. A one-time very low payment sure beats $80 a month. The device couldn't be easier to setup or use. I'm glad I waited for this one, since it consolidates all inputs from the computer into 1 cable and does not need another wall socket.
Cons: None so far. If you want an HD signal or detailed computer screen resolution on your TV, get one of the HD TV converters. If you want to watch movies accessible through your computer on your TV screen in the highest quality the transmission stream can handle, then this is the device for you.
PC to TV Converter
Jhoye - 12/14/2009 7:04:50 AM
7 found this review helpful
Pros: It does what it says works right out of the box easy setup nothing extra to buy for most people see cons below. Picture quality looks like VCR but good enough.Great product
Cons: If your interested in viewing text from you computer to TV this will not be for you. The sound cable that plugs into head phone jack needs to be 3 inches longer. My VGA jack is on left side of Laptop and my head phone jack is on right side of laptop so I needed 2 inch extension. FYI If your laptop has same layout you will neeed headphone ext piece as well
Most recent reviews
Tim - 7/4/2015 9:00:29 AM
Reasonably priced, exactly what I needed.
Anonymous - 2/1/2015 5:41:44 PM
I ordered an open box unit and received it in two days with regular shipping. Everything had a green tint when the unit was hooked up. I emailed support and received a prompt response. After several emails and troubleshooting it was determined that the unit was faulty. I called customer service and they noted that I had purchased an open box unit. Since they didn't have any open box units available they sent me a new unit. I received the replacement in two days and it worked properly out of the box.
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C.M. - 1/8/2014 7:56:59 PM
Purchased this PC-to-TV device to connect a 36" Hitachi CRT TV built in 1998. This product works perfectly. It will breathe new life into this box TV by connecting it to a laptop for movies, online videos etc. I hope this product lasts for a long time!
Please forgive me if my question sounds dumb but I an new to this! My computer only has one VGA port which is currently connected to the pc monitor. When I unplug it & connect it to the tv, will I see the mouse cursor on the tv and be able to use it in the same way as when the pc monitor was hooked up?
Yeah, the idea behind the PC to TV Converter is that everything you're doing on your computer, whether it's watching movies, doing power point presentations or just playing solitaire, will be projected onto your TV screen.
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Can I buy longer wires? My computer is about 12 ft.from my tv
Yes, you can definitely buy longer Audio/Video cables to use with this product. here is a 12 foot set that would work no problem at all for you: http://sewelldirect.com/Premium-Gold-Series-Composite-RYW-Audio-Video-Cable-12-ft.asp
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My TV has both S-video and Component Video inputs. I understand that Component Video is the better of the two. Does this adapter (SW-23000) convert from VGA to Component Video, or would I need a different adapter?
The SW-23000 does not support component video. You would need something like our SW-5693 to do so, we have a few options though besides that one only.
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