HDFury 3  2x HDMI to VGA – Great tool for running hdmi to older inputs.

Great tool for running hdmi to older inputs. . Bought this to run a second non hdcp capable monitor, does exactly what it says on the tin with ease. I’m now able to run non hdcp content from my tivo box.

Prompt service , unit as described.

Brilliant product, feeds my v old component projector no problem.

Breathe new life into pre-hdmi sceens with component input. I have an old (purchased 2004) panasonic plasma, that is pre- hdmi, but only has analogue component input and scart. I fed my 1080i digital video camera into the component input, the camera having hd digital to analogue conversion, and got near-hd pictures. Having researched the internet, i found threads that suggested a hdmi to component input gets round the hdmi/hdcp ‘handshake’ protection, and gives a new lease of life to pre-hdmi screens. The hdfury3 woks a treat, giving a picture with more saturated colours, better contrast, sharper picture (which is the whole purpose of hd over standard definition), and although more expensive than other converters ( of which many do not work, hence a waste of money) means i don’t have to fork out for new screen. The hdfury3 has many settings, which i have not yet experimented with, as there there is no instruction book, so you will have to contact the manufacturers direct for further help. I recommend it if you can afford the device, it certainly gives you a much better picture through scart connections. You obviously need a hd satellite or freeview hd or blu-ray player to feed the screen. I have no connection with the manufacturers.

Although not cheap, this was the only thing i could find that allows me to play monster hunter 3 ultimate on my sony trinitron gdm-fw900: [. This particular model enabled me to get the required audio breakout not usually possible when using a vga adapter with a nintendo wii-u. Unlike other consoles you cannot run hdmi & an composite av cable for audio simultaneously with wii-u. The other great thing about it is the double hdmi inputs. Coupled with a vga>bnc5 cable i was able to connect wii-u & ps3 to my fw900’s bnc input and also have my xbox 360 hooked up to the vga input, i will now get a lot more use out of this awesome monitor thanks to this device. It is also worth mentioning that this particular model will also work with arcade forge’s slg3000 scanline generator, where earlier models apparently do not.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Breathe new life into pre-HDMI sceens with component input
  • Great tool for running hdmi to older inputs.

Although not cheap, this was the only thing i could find that allows me to play monster hunter 3 ultimate on my sony trinitron gdm-fw900: [. This particular model enabled me to get the required audio breakout not usually possible when using a vga adapter with a nintendo wii-u. Unlike other consoles you cannot run hdmi & an composite av cable for audio simultaneously with wii-u. The other great thing about it is the double hdmi inputs. Coupled with a vga>bnc5 cable i was able to connect wii-u & ps3 to my fw900’s bnc input and also have my xbox 360 hooked up to the vga input, i will now get a lot more use out of this awesome monitor thanks to this device. It is also worth mentioning that this particular model will also work with arcade forge’s slg3000 scanline generator, where earlier models apparently do not.

Great tool for running hdmi to older inputs. . Bought this to run a second non hdcp capable monitor, does exactly what it says on the tin with ease. I’m now able to run non hdcp content from my tivo box.

Breathe new life into pre-hdmi sceens with component input. I have an old (purchased 2004) panasonic plasma, that is pre- hdmi, but only has analogue component input and scart. I fed my 1080i digital video camera into the component input, the camera having hd digital to analogue conversion, and got near-hd pictures. Having researched the internet, i found threads that suggested a hdmi to component input gets round the hdmi/hdcp ‘handshake’ protection, and gives a new lease of life to pre-hdmi screens. The hdfury3 woks a treat, giving a picture with more saturated colours, better contrast, sharper picture (which is the whole purpose of hd over standard definition), and although more expensive than other converters ( of which many do not work, hence a waste of money) means i don’t have to fork out for new screen. The hdfury3 has many settings, which i have not yet experimented with, as there there is no instruction book, so you will have to contact the manufacturers direct for further help. I recommend it if you can afford the device, it certainly gives you a much better picture through scart connections. You obviously need a hd satellite or freeview hd or blu-ray player to feed the screen. I have no connection with the manufacturers.

Prompt service , unit as described.

Brilliant product, feeds my v old component projector no problem.

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  1. Breathe new life into pre-hdmi sceens with component input. I have an old (purchased 2004) panasonic plasma, that is pre- hdmi, but only has analogue component input and scart. I fed my 1080i digital video camera into the component input, the camera having hd digital to analogue conversion, and got near-hd pictures. Having researched the internet, i found threads that suggested a hdmi to component input gets round the hdmi/hdcp “handshake” protection, and gives a new lease of life to pre-hdmi screens. The hdfury3 woks a treat, giving a picture with more saturated colours, better contrast, sharper picture (which is the whole purpose of hd over standard definition), and although more expensive than other converters ( of which many do not work, hence a waste of money) means i don’t have to fork out for new screen. The hdfury3 has many settings, which i have not yet experimented with, as there there is no instruction book, so you will have to contact the manufacturers direct for further help. I recommend it if you can afford the device, it certainly gives you a much better picture through scart connections. You obviously need a hd satellite or freeview hd or blu-ray player to feed the screen. I have no connection with the manufacturers.
    1. Breathe new life into pre-hdmi sceens with component input. I have an old (purchased 2004) panasonic plasma, that is pre- hdmi, but only has analogue component input and scart. I fed my 1080i digital video camera into the component input, the camera having hd digital to analogue conversion, and got near-hd pictures. Having researched the internet, i found threads that suggested a hdmi to component input gets round the hdmi/hdcp “handshake” protection, and gives a new lease of life to pre-hdmi screens. The hdfury3 woks a treat, giving a picture with more saturated colours, better contrast, sharper picture (which is the whole purpose of hd over standard definition), and although more expensive than other converters ( of which many do not work, hence a waste of money) means i don’t have to fork out for new screen. The hdfury3 has many settings, which i have not yet experimented with, as there there is no instruction book, so you will have to contact the manufacturers direct for further help. I recommend it if you can afford the device, it certainly gives you a much better picture through scart connections. You obviously need a hd satellite or freeview hd or blu-ray player to feed the screen. I have no connection with the manufacturers.