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LevelHike HD Compatible Cable for Sega Genesis 1/2/3, Sega CD, Sega CDX, Sega 32X, Sega Nomad, Sega Master System

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SAG0031650
LevelHike HD Compatible Cable for Sega Genesis 1/2/3, Sega CD, Sega CDX, Sega 32X, Sega Nomad, Sega Master System
  • HD LINK - Convert and upscale the analog RGB signals to digital HDMI signals for modern HDTVs/monitors/projectors
  • EASY TO USE - Plug and play with well-prepared cables, including a converter which allows to enjoy all versions of the Sega Genesis consoles. Detachable design, so high-end or extended HDMI cables can be used
  • AWESOME IMAGE - Provide the best upscaled signal processing with great precision, colors, resolution and details at this price
  • ASPECT RATIO SWITCH & LOW LATENCY - Support 4:3 and 16:9 with a toggle switch & unnoticeable lag when playing games

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Great HDMI converter for your Sega Genesis!

    Posted by Jose Concepcion on Feb 9th 2021

    So I own a model 1 Sega Genesis and I decided to get an HDMI converter cable, since I wanted to play my Sega Genesis games on HDTV. I didn't want to get a clone console and I couldn't hack my Sega Genesis mini, so I bought this. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to play their Sega Genesis console in HD.

  • 4
    A good-enough solution for HDMI connectivity, but there are better options.

    Posted by LK on Feb 3rd 2021

    Bought this because I wanted to see how it compared to the RetroTink 2X-Mini in terms of inexpensive plug-and-play solutions for the Sega Genesis. First things first, it works; tried it with a Model 2 Genesis and a Nomad, and it displayed an image as expected. The output image is very sharp, so fans of sharp pixels will love this. Audio output is fine as well; the Model 2 and the Nomad both output stereo audio with this. So far, so good, right? Well, compared to the RetroTink 2X-Mini, it falters in a few ways. One, while this is a good-enough plug-and-play solution for those wanting to just play their Genesis games on a modern display, those expecting the most accurate possible experience may want to look elsewhere. Display lag is present on the LevelHike; testing through the Nomad using the 240p Test Suite, display lag is noticeable between the Nomad's display and the output from the LevelHike cable, about 1.5-3 frames difference from what I could see. The colors also seem a little washed out on my display when compared to the RetroTink. Overall, if you're not too fussed about things like lag and color accuracy and just want to play your Genesis on a modern display, this works, especially given the price point. I still would recommend the RetroTink products over this if you can afford it.