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Coosis HD Universal Converter Review

Posted on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 18:23:34 CET by


The HD Universal Converter is billed as 'a professional HD signal universal converter' and carries a Full HD 1080 logo on the box. The latter is rather odd as what we have here is an upscaling device that, while it can take a Full HD/1080p source, outputs in 720p only. Essentially, it works by deinterlacing the incoming signal and outputting it via the front-mounted HDMI. This is potentially useful if you have lots of standard-definition equipment including receivers feeding an HD-ready flatscreen TV.



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