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What The In-Crowd Won't Tell You About RCA To HDMI
« on: July 30, 2017, 06:53:28 PM »
The monitor has very bright image (adjustable) and extremely wide energy range (6-12V). Pick RCA-type plug and jack; it might be finer than RF kind of connections but is mediocre to S-video and component online video. Micro hdmi to rca to.hdmi anymore This is definitely an important specification, since plasma TVs that has a low contrast ratio is likely to make dark images look muddy and gray while making light images look washed out.

Getting car stereo cables into this compartment can be somewhat tricky if your cables are large. No doubts, the many specifications play their role, but people usually, disregard the length on the HDMI cable which, plays a large part.