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  • Video Converters for Pal, NTSC, and Secam

    video convertersAre you having problems using a foreign TV, Gaming Console, Projector, or Blue-ray Player because it's not compatible with your local video format? We have the answer. We carry a variety of video converters designed specifically for this situation which make it easy to use your home theater electronics in any country, or with devices from other parts of the world.
     
    What is a Video Converter?
    A video converter for Pal, NTSC, or Secam is a device that converts video signals or formats and allow you to safely and effectively connect devices that would otherwise be incompatible. Video converters can also convert composite RCA, coaxial, or component HD to Full 1080p HDMI output.
     
    Who Needs a Voltage Converter?
    A good example would be using a North American TV with your Satellite or Cable TV service in Europe. The TV from North America uses a NTSC video format which is not compatible with Europe's Pal format, requiring a video converter to be used together. Another example would be using a video projector from Europe in Canada - the European Pal video format is not compatible with Canada's NTSC format, and again the video converter is necessary for proper use. In both of these situations, the video converter effectively changes the signal and format to the correct type, making it easy to use foreign video devices together. There's also another situation where these video converters are useful and that's when you need to use an older device with a newer TV lacking the proper input. Video converters have inputs for coaxial, RCA, and component HD cables and HDMI outputs. This makes it a breeze to use your old Nintendo Entertainment System with your new TV, even if the TV has no RCA inputs. All you need to do is run your old device (in this case your Nintendo) into the converter with the old RCA cables, and then use the converter's HDMI output to run the HDMI cable to your TV. The video converter also will up-scale and resize the image to make the best quality and fit for your TV, giving you the best possible resolution in any given situation.
     
    Where Can I buy a Video Converter for Pal, NTSC or Secam?
    Voltage converters are extremely useful and often underrated. If you're looking for exceptional quality that won't break the bank, check out our inventory of video converters today. You'll never deal with incompatibility again, and you'll get the best picture quality possible when converting from Pal or Secam to NTSC. With over 35 years in business, we know what works. Shop with confidence and join out thousands of satisfied customers today.

  • International Video Converters for PAL, NTSC and Secam

    international video converterIf you've found yourself in a situation where you're using a foreign TV, or, using a foreign Blu-ray Player with your TV, you probably have a dilemma. See, most electronics are designed to be used specifically in the country or region where they're purchased. They're compatible with the local color system which determines how the picture is decoded and recreated on your TV screen. If your TV, cable box or Blu-ray player is foreign, they're probably not compatible. But don't worry, if you don't own a Multisystem TVs or Region-Free Blu-ray Player, there's another solution - the international video converter.
     

    What Is An International Video Converter?

    An international video converter allows you to easily connect a TV, cable box, satellite TV system, gaming system or Blu-ray Player to one another so they two can be compatible. They literally bridge the gap between the three main color systems - PAL, NTSC, and Secam.
     

    How Does An International Video Converter Work?

    The converters are plug & play. Most of them feature worldwide voltage, meaning they can be used anywhere with any voltage from 110 volts up to 240 volts. Depending on the model, international video converters utilize standard HDMI, component, analog composite (RCA), or a S-Video cables. The signal originates from your input source (TV signal/cable/Blu-ray Player) and is fed into the converter and then out of the converter and into your TV. What's happening in the converter is complicated, but in simple terms it's preparing everything for the proper format used by your TV. Some converters even improve the quality of the picture by up-scaling to the highest possible resolution for your TV - however that depends on the model you're using.
     

    Where Can I Get An International Video Converter?

    Converters can be purchased from a variety of places but it's best to choose a reputable retailer. At 220-Electronics, we carry a variety of International Video Converters that offer different options to suit specific needs. We have over 35+ years of experience and the know-how to help you choose the perfect converter for your situation. Check out our International Video Converters to get started. If you need any help, our team will be happy to assist you. To make things even better, we guarantee the lowest prices and will beat any & all competitors.

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