Coax to HDMI

Best Coax to HDMI converters

Although it is more and more difficult to find devices without HDMI input, some people still have equipment with a coaxial cable. So what’s the problem?

Well, you can’t connect an older player without an HDMI port to a modern TV with no coaxial cable input. However, this problem can be solved quickly and quite easily - all you have to do is buy a coax to HDMI converter.


Coaxial cable, HDMI - what's going on?


Coaxial cable for many decades was the number one input for the vast majority of the media players. Invented in the late 19th century for the telephone and the radio industry, the coaxial cable was quickly adopted by the television industry in the 20th century. Its great advantage is a very simple structure - the copper inside of the cable is divided into two concentric layers separated from each other by insulation. The analog signal is transmitted along the same axis, hence the name of the cable - coaxial.

Technology, however, keeps moving forward. HDMI cable entered the market in 2002 and gradually conquered the television and computer industry. Nowadays, it is probably the most popular input in most devices, eg in laptops, DVDs, Blu-Ray players, and more and more often in tablets. The role of an HDMI cable is very simple - it transmits the digital signal. This type of cable is distinguished by a much smaller amount of interference than an analog signal transmitted eg through the above-mentioned coaxial cable.


List of the Best Coax to HDMI Converters


This Device is a Satellite IRD Decoder for DVB-S/S2, ATSC, IP and ASI with SDI Video output. This Unit Supports 608 and 708 closed captioning

Features

  •  RF / IPTV / ASI INPUT  -  All Audio-Video Outputs incl. HDSDI, HDMI, CVBS, Suppoty SD and HD formats up to 1080p/60 
  • Tuner available as OFF AIR ATSC, QAM CABLE, ISDBT, DVBT, DVBC, DMBT - Any standard
  • 10/100 Etherent for IPTV multicast or unicast TS MPEG2/4 Input 
  • H.264 and MPEG-2 Hardware Decoding to HD-SDI, HDMI, YPbPr, and CVBS Outputs
  • Combine programs from both ASI and IP inputs to multiplexed ASI and IP Outputs
  • ASI  input for Remultiplexer option to create a new MUX out as well 48x ip streaming spts out for routing and distribution
  • Cam slot for tv programing description
  • Front panel video monitor for confidence monitoring and troubleshooting
  • Separate multiplexed program transport streams to SPTS IP outputs 32 Max
  • Web server interface for secure browser management and full front panel interface
  • Supports Closed Caption 608 and 708 systems, supports Dolby AC/3 Pass Through
This Device is an HD Set Top Box Tuner Decoder. It Decodes RF signal cable QAM or off AIR ATSC and DVB-T. This Unit can decode both MPEG 2 or H.264

Features

  • HI Definition HDMI Output with embedded audio
  • Decoder Supports both MPEG-2 and H.264 Video Codecs
  • Compact form factor with low power consumption
  • Multiple output formats for integration with Legacy Dispays
  • Can be used with Non Digital Televisions
This Device has 4 different Inputs and all necessary outputs for a PRO-DVB headend. The inputs include IP, ASI, ATSC, and DVBS/S2

Features

  • Demodulation + descrambler + re-mux + decoder modules in one chassis
  • 2 DVB-C/T/T2/S/S2/ATSC-T Tuner inputs optional
  • 1 ASI & 1 IP (UDP) input for re-mux
  • One CAM can decrypt multiple programs from Tuners/ASI/IP
  • BISS descrambling (Up to 120Mbps)
  •  MPEG2 and MPEG4 AVC/H.264  video decoding,
  • Dual channel stereo audio output, or one channel Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus
  • (5.1) channel output (for HDMI/SDI out)
  • Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus Decoding and Pass through
  • IP (1 MPTS & 8 SPTS) over UDP and RTP/RTSP output; ASI out
  • Supports CC and Subtitles          
  • Maximum 128 PID mapping per input
  • Changeable demodulator and decoder modules
  • LCD display, Remote control and Firmware, web NMS management
  • Updates via web

 


Why do you need a coax to HDMI converter? How does it work?



For most consumers, this type of converter may seem like an unnecessary expense. Many of us, however, have older types of receivers in our cabins, campers, workshops, offices, etc. It is not worth throwing away the old device that isn't broken and works properly. However, if you want to connect your player with a coaxial cable to a slightly more modern TV or monitor with HDMI standard, you will definitely need a converter.
You can find many brands of the converters on the market. The relatively small size of the device makes the transport of the converter from one place to another very easy. This means that you can take your converter, for example from your office to the cabin or camper -  one converter may be compatible with many different devices. Installation of the device is very simple and should not cause problems even for people who are not familiar with  modern technology. Connect the coaxial cable and the HDMI cable to the converter. Then connect the cables to the proper devices - the coax to the device with the coaxial input, and the HDMI cable to the device with the HDMI input. Then connect the converter to the power supply and wait for the analog signal to be converted into a high-quality digital signal. Tadah! Everything should be ready so you can sit back and enjoy your favorite movie or TV show.
 


How to buy a coax to HDMI converter with no regrets?



You do not need to be expert when it comes down to selecting a converter, however, it is always worth spending a few moments comparing the products and their parameters. What should you pay attention to before making a final decision?

Verify the original signal of your device. There are many converters on the market - some of them are very simple, basic devices, but you can also find products offering more advanced technology. Check out all the parameters of your devices as well as the converter you want to buy because some products may not be compatible with your media players. Check the cable length, resolution, supported standards or the technology offered by the manufacturer.

Compare the price-quality ratio and choose a product that suits best your needs and financial possibilities. Check what each manufacturer offers you and how much you would have to spend on similar converters. Sometimes a higher price means not only a higher quality device, but also a wide range of accessories included in the set, e.g. power supply, cables, and all necessary installation elements. It might be a good idea to check out the online reviews of the most popular converters. Other people’s suggestions can help you choose the most suitable device. Ask your own questions on one of the popular online forums for the tech geeks if you have any doubts.  

Don’t waste your time and money for the unknown, cheap converters – you may quickly regret your choice.


Coax to HDMI converter - is it worth a buy?



This will be subjective in almost every situation; but as modernity catches up with some products it's impossible to avoid. In some cases, other solutions may be better. However, coax to HDMI converters are one of the easiest solutions for people who want to connect their device with a coaxial cable input with another device that supports only HDMI technology. A converter is a portable device that can be useful for more than one media player. It is easier and cheaper to transport the converter and connect it to a different device than to buy new equipment for each HDMI TV. Buy a coax to HDMI converter and enjoy television whenever and wherever you want.



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