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Old 20th Feb 2020, 11:49 am   #5
simpsons
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Default Re: Advice on HDMI to RF converter

Looking at the eBay.com site, the RF output is shown as 61.25 Mhz. The UK reference is to the mains plug supplied. In addition, the instructions show that the RF frequency is fixed.

There are inexpensive HDMI to composite converters and in addition RF modulators or perhaps you could use a video recorder to do the modulator part.

I've used both Amazon 10 and 30 converters and noticed that setting PAL/NTSC has quite an effect on the quality of conversion. If memory is right, the NTSC comb filter gave a much better frequency response when using a test card input.

Good luck

Chris
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