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GCHD Mk. II Plug 'n Play GameCube 480p HD Compatible Adapter

$149.99
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GCHD Mk. II Plug 'n Play GameCube  480p HD Compatible Adapter

GCHD is a no-mods required* HDMI converter that allows real Gamecube hardware to produce the highest native resolution possible on any HDTV while eliminating all input lag.

Simply plug GCHD into a compatible Gamecube console (Model DOL-001), attach an HDMI cable, and enjoy true 640x480p progressive scan.

These resolutions have previously been locked behind rare and expensive Gamecube component cables, but no more! GCHD is the simple, reliable, and affordable solution for getting the best experience possible using real Gamecube hardware.

WHAT'S NEW WITH THE MK II?

  • Standard HDMI out delivering native picture
  • Additional Wii Component/SCART port supporting additional video options
  • Dual video display
  • 3.5 mm stereo audio out/MiniTOSLINK
  • Updated custom GCVideo firmware
  • A redesigned plug made from ballistic nylon for a snug-and-secure fit
  • 3 new colors (Indigo, Black, and Platinum)

Features & Benefits

Highest Native Resolution

Get the most out of your Gamecube with true 640x480p through the Gamecube's Digital AV port. Powered by GCvideo.

Lagless Input

Enjoy seamless gameplay on HD displays without the typical high latency associated with analog to digital set ups.

Plug and Play

Simply plug the GCHD into a compatible Gamecube and you're ready to go!

(Compatible with Model DOL-001)

Professional Grade Construction

Only the best components including top quality chips, boards, and custom tooled fittings

Custom Dual Prong Design

GCHD's dual prong design allows for secure, worry-free connections that will never damage your system.

Fully Customize Your Experience

Sync any universal IR remote to GCHD to access a full menu of options including scan lines and line doubling.

*Please make sure you have a model DOL-001 Gamecube, this is the only model with the Digital port needed to plug the adapter into.  

14 Reviews

  • 4
    GCHD MK II HDMI Adapter

    Posted by Alex Corpuz on Dec 29th 2021

    This adapter does exactly as advertised. It uses both video ports on the DOL-001 Gamecube model and allows 480p output via HDMI or Wii Component cables. The build quality is high and feels sturdy enough to remain securely plugged in with cables attached. I bought a black one and its color and LED match my black Gamecube's color and power-on light perfectly. I gave 4 stars instead of 5 only because the initial installation of the adapter takes quite a bit of force to fit into the Gamecube. However, once installed it feels very secure and works great. To see the best benefits of this product, make sure to hold down the B button when booting up Gamecube games that support 480p to enable progressive scan. Highly recommend this for those with a DOL-001 model Gamecube,

  • 5
    The only option?

    Posted by Joshua W. on Nov 2nd 2021

    It would seem that this is the only viable way currently to get good quality out of your Gamecube. Thankfully, it does seem to work!

  • 5
    Great Picture

    Posted by Scott R. on Sep 14th 2021

    It's a bit of a tight fit, but it results in a great picture on modern displays. No issues at all.

  • 5
    GCHD Mk. II

    Posted by Reviewer on Jul 28th 2021

    Certainly pricey but great to avoid the unobtainable GC component cable when you can use cheap Wii cables instead. Also great to be able to use HDMI on modern TVs if needed. I think the Wii port puts this over the other GCVideo solutions, so you're not just stuck with HDMI only.

  • 4
    Works Great But Overpriced

    Posted by Travis on Jul 16th 2021

    Does it give you a clearer experience over AV cables yes but does it give you $150 more clarity, I don't think so. I honestly didn't like leaving a box sticking out of the back of the GameCube. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if it was shaped like a L. Other than that if you are dead set on pulling out your GameCube hardware but don't have a CRT anymore this is something you should consider getting. But if you have a reasonably decent PC, dolphin emulator at 4k will be a better experience.

  • 5
    It Works Great

    Posted by Joshua Q Coleman on May 29th 2021

    I am honestly impressed with how effective this thing is. Definitely worth considering if you want a crisp gamecube experience on an hd tv. Highly recommend.

  • 4
    A Needed Upgrade for Gamecube Gaming

    Posted by Hector Emmanuel Silva Benitez on Apr 26th 2021

    I have been meaning to buy this adapter for quite a while now but was hesitant due to its expensive price. Luckily, Stone Age Gamer offers a payment plan option at checkout which pushed me to buy it. Overall, I am very impressed. Gamecube games never looked better on my HD TV (Samsung). It supports progressive scan which makes the games look even better. I paired this with the MCable and I am shocked at how much you can push the Gamecube's visual quality. Installation is easy, just plug and play. I would not recommend this for everyone, as it is a hefty price, however, for those really trying to get the best quality out of their retro experience its worth buying to see for yourself.

  • 5
    MK-II Greatness

    Posted by Frank on Apr 9th 2021

    I live in Sydney Australia and i was surprised how fast this product came to me. When it arrived and i opened up the delivery packaging i was fascinated with the gamecube style box which i am definitely not throwing away. I hooked up my gamecube on my LG CX65, and i used the Mk-II and i was very overwhelmed with the product. It is actually the best way you can play your old gamecube. Thanks StoneAgeGamer

  • 1
    Incredibly overpriced tool, really not needed to improve the view experience

    Posted by Antonio Oliva on Aug 9th 2020

    I got my GameCube connected from my 4K Sony TV and of course, although connected via VGA cable, the viewing experience was not great, the image was very pixelated, and most of the games suffered of a sort of “Fog effect” that really made the gaming experience frustrating. Since for whatever foolish reason Nintendo still decided not to sell their blockbuster in HD with the switch, the only way to play with some great games was to resume the GameCube. I searched don the internet, and this tool came out. Although quite expansive, this adaptor claimed to fix all the issues that I found out using my 4K TV. Long story short? Almost no change at all! Still very poor image, most of the game are still vary bad looking and difficult to play...simply do not buy it! Not worth at all...