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Nintendo GameCube HDMI adapter
HDMI Line Doubler Adapter
GC2HDMI for Nintendo Gamecube NGC
Give your Game Cube HDMI output with this simple adapter.
Your GameCube console must have the ‘Digital Output’ connection on the rear.
1 Video and audio in full digital HDMI format with zero transmission loss.
2 Works with the vast majority of HDMI enabled televisions and monitors.
3 Hassle free! Plug and Play.
4 Supports all Gamecube display modes (240p, 288p, 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p).
5 Provides advanced signal processing with great precision, colours and resolution.
6 No power adapter, no messy cords – Just one single HDMI Cable.
7 The ability to line double (upscale) lower resolution games.
8 The option to add and remove scan lines for a more authentic aesthetic.
9 Remote control for easy option changes.
Supports all Gamecube display mode options via the ‘Digital Output’ connection including: 240p, 288p, 480i, 576i, 480p & 576p. A CR2025 battery is required for the remote control.
HOW to USE
1 Connect the Bitfunx Gamecube to HDMI upscaling adapter to the digital output on the back of your Nintendo Gamecube.
2 Plug a HDMI cable from your TV into the HDMI-compatible output of the Bitfunx Gamecube to HDMI upscaling adapter.
3 Power on your TV and then your Nintendo Gamecube.
4 On your TV choose the source (e.g. HDMI1).
5 That’s it! Our Bitfunx HDMI adapters are ‘Plug and Play’ so they are very simple to use.
IN THE BOX
- HDMI Adapter
- HDMI cable
Using the remote control, you can access the additional features by pressing ‘Menu’ and swiping through the options using the arrow keys. There are a variety of changeable features,such as the ability to ‘Line Double’ and add scan lines for your preferred appearance. The main purpose of the ‘Line Doubler’ feature which can be accessed by pressing Menu and turning ‘Line doubler’ on will be to upscale your games.
For example 240p can be line doubled to 480p. This translates to a much clearer and crisper image. This is shown in the picture below: