HDMI to 3RCA Composite AV Converter for Roku Streaming Stick (all models)

May 28, 2017 - Comment

HDMI converter for Roku Streaming Stick. This device will convert the high-definition HDMI output from all Roku Streaming Stick models into standard definition AV output used by most older-model TVs. Includes HDMI to AV converter, power cable, composite (red/white/yellow) cable and instructions. Installs in minutes. Includes easy-to-follow instructions and all parts necessary for installation. [NOTE:

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HDMI converter for Roku Streaming Stick. This device will convert the high-definition HDMI output from all Roku Streaming Stick models into standard definition AV output used by most older-model TVs. Includes HDMI to AV converter, power cable, composite (red/white/yellow) cable and instructions. Installs in minutes. Includes easy-to-follow instructions and all parts necessary for installation. [NOTE: Roku Sold Separately.]

Product Features

  • Use Roku Streaming Stick with Older Model TVs. Converts HDMI signal from Roku into standard definition via composite (red/white/yellow). For use with TVs that have red/white/yellow inputs but not HDMI.
  • Installs in minutes and is fully-compatible with Roku Streaming Stick (all models).
  • Includes converter, composite cable, power cable, power adapter and installation instructions. Roku sold separately.
  • NOTE: If you are connecting the HDMI converter to an older TV with a 4:3 (square) aspect ratio, we recommend setting the Roku to 4:3 in the settings menu. If you do not see the 4:3 option in your Roku Streaming Stick, please contact us for instructions on how to edit the settings of your Roku (or see the instructions posted in this Amazon listing).
  • YouTube Install Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0BqdLXLkOw

Comments

Scott Bowers says:

This HDMI converter works for ROKU-3 I bought this device to connect my ROKU-3 to an older TV that doesn’t have any HDMI ports – and it works! (both sound and video work fine.)I wanted to go ahead and buy a ROKU-3 for this TV because I knew the TV would need to be replaced in the not-too-distant future, and I wanted all my ROKU devices to be the same and I didn’t want to have to settle for a ROKU with limited features just to get the appropriate connectivity built in.After researching how to do this…

SpinningKat says:

Now steaming on a 1982 Hitachi TV! A technological miracle! I received a ROKU stick as a free gift from Gaia. And I wanted to use it stream the channel on my ancient TV, because that was the TV in my bedroom which is where I like to do my yoga. So after a little research, I found your little converter. It came with clear instructions, and I used them with one exception, I connected the red, yellow and white plugs into the digital conversion box (that converts digital signal into an analogue picture) instead of the TV…

jjeff says:

Very nice converter to convert HDMI to Composite for legacy devices, can’t go wrong for the price or even 4x the price Overall I’m very impressed. The black level is very good, if not a tad dark(just a tad) but I much prefer this to other such converters and filters I’ve tried that really wash out the picture(due to I believe incorrect IRE) but this converter must have taken that into account. My only beef is a “somewhat noticeable” drop in resolution. I say somewhat because on my 52″ HDTV I notice it’s not as sharp as a native composite source but it’s not bad and if one wasn’t really looking for…

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