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Old 01-08-2019, 02:42 PM
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HDMI to composite and or S-video adapter recommendations

I've had HDMI wiring for my HD CRT Sony for a while now, and I'm beginning to think having a converter to drive my older (1940's-70's) standard definition sets from that system would be a good thing.

I'd like to get a unit that can accept HDMI input resolution up to and including 1080i. That puts out NTSC on composite and preferably S-VIDEO too.

When given 16:9 input I'd like to be able to choose between sides cropped and letterbox, but being stuck with either is okay as long as there's no stretching or squishing of the image.... what out there is good?
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