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VD-W3 Wii HDMI Upscaler Processor

VD-W3 Wii HDMI Upscaler Processor

US$59.00
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Powerful Video Signal conversion

  • Crystal shape image, Outstanding picture quality.
  • Full HD (1080p) output.
  • True 10-Bits high definition video scaler engine.
  • AV grade scaler engine

User Friendly

  • No external power required.
  • Easy to setup.
  • LED status indication.

Wide Range Video Display support

  • Support TV (HDMI) and PC Monitor (DVI).
  • HDMI-Audio and Analog audio out.
  • Various HDTV video out.
  • Native resolution for LCD monitor.

Customer Reviews:

janne.annala@mail.suomi.net  (Wednesday, 04 May 2011)
Rating: 5
Awesome product. I use it to play Wii on my 1080p computer monitor that only has digital inputs. It works great and with the color enhancer enabled it
even looks a bit better. The overall upscaling quality is much higher than on my 32" JVC HDTV.rnrnI had some problems getting it to work but it
was my own fault because I hadn't enabled HDTV from the Wii settings. After enabling HDTV output everything worked fine.rnrnI laugh at the people who
think this is some sort of magical product that makes the Wii HD, improves image quality or something like that. This product is here just so that
people could play their Wii on devices that have poor upscaling processors or don't have analog inputs at all.


fighter  (Tuesday, 01 March 2011)
Rating: 5
for people that want 480p always (even worked in budokai 3 flawlessly!)rnuse wiiflow and force progressive video modern


Yoshiken86  (Sunday, 20 February 2011)
Rating: 4
Este es un buen escalador de imagen, ya pude probarlo tanto a 720p como en 1080p, hay un gran cambio al que tiene el wii (480p maximo) es un gran
articulo que recomiendo, solo tengo una queja, mi televicion resulto ser de las pocas que no pueden tomar el audio del puerto HDMindi, tengo que usar
la alternativa para el audio, fuera de esto, es un buen escalador


patrykvel  (Sunday, 17 October 2010)
Rating: 5
This is what i was looking for!!rnI'm yousing LG WP245BN monitor with have terrible upscaler from component input with YPbPr colors. Now i can adjust
avery color like in RGB mode on PC input, on Component you can only adjust from normal to cold or warm colors... and now with 1080p resolution i can
change proportions to 1:1 pixel mode with was imposible with 480p on component :)


redlineperformace@yahoo.com  (Thursday, 07 October 2010)
Rating: 3
Is this WiiHD? Absolutely not. The first thing people whould know is that there are instances when this upscaler will not improve the image quality
at all. If your running your Wii on a TV that doesnt have a fixed pixel display, such as a CRT HDTV, then an upscaler isnt needed. The Wii outputs a
480p signal, so display a true 480p image, thats as good as it gets. However, if your like me, and running your Wii on an LCD or Plasma HDTV, they
have a fixed pixel display much higher than 480. Your TV actually upscales the image to whatever your TV's native resolution is, but does it do it as
well as Vdigi's upscaler is the question. If your playing on a low to mid level HDTV, then there will probably be a respectable increase in picture
quality. If your on a high end set, it may not be very noticeable at all. For me on my 32in Vizio LCD 720P tv, the differance is comparable to the
differance going from 480i to 480p. This upscaler does a good job of matching my televisions resolution, and the colors seem much more vibrant now.
Jaggies are still there, maybe a little better due to better upscaling of the image. I think this product works well as an "upscaler", but
if your expecting HD graphics, you will be disapointed. To me its still worth it to have the best possible image quality possible for my Wii, but
most people would be happier spending $10 on component cables and split the differance in quality.


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