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

R$658.20
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GCHD Mk. II Plug 'n Play HDMI GameCube  Adapter HD 480p

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.  

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    Anything but plug and play if you're connecting to a 480i display.

    Posted by Kyle Green on Dec 9th 2019

    So I just got one of these EON GCHD Mark II units to replace my Carby and well, I've got some thoughts. The Carby was good but HDMI out only means I can't plug it into my PVM or JVC D-Series (CRT displays). The GCHD offers a good deal of flexibility since it has both HDMI and Component outputs (via readily available Wii cables). So I can plug it into my PVM and my modern TV simultaneously! But the GCHD has some drawbacks. With great flexibility comes some complexity: Out of the box, the unit is programmed to output 480P. This is fine if you're going to be plugging it into a modern display but YMMV depending on what CRT you're plugging it into. My JVC D-Series won't display a 480p signal at all and my PVM displays a 480p signal as two images split in two. In my opinion, the unit should have been set to output 480i from the factory so it would display an image on any screen it's plugged into. Changing the output from 480p to 480i would be trivial if not for the fact that in order to do so you need to be able to access the on screen display (OSD). Unfortunately, accessing the OSD isn't possible if you're unable to see the image on screen. The instructions don't communicate any of this so my first impressions upon connecting it to my JVC CRT were that it was broken. After plugging it into another display I was able to deduce the problem and proceeded to change the display-out resolution to 480i. Navigating the OSD requires setting up an IR remote. That is, it doesn't come with one. You need to program a remote you already own to work with it. This is easy enough to do (I used the remote to my OSSC) but shouldn't be necessary. The GCHDII is $150 and the Carby is $75. The Carby comes with a remote and the GCHD does not. A simple remote to navigate the OSD should have been included at this price. On the topic of price, for $150 the GCHDII should really look and feel more robust than it does. It's not particularly solidly constructed and light from its LEDs leaks significantly through the gaps in its housing. It does the job it's supposed to and it does it well but for $150 it should be constructed with better quality materials than a $10 off the shelf Retrobit adapter. The issues it has at this price are inexcusable and despite the product being capable of what they say it can do it has shortcomings that keep me from recommending it to others.