HDMI Converter Kit for Game Boy Advance SP - HISPEEDIDO

Price
$49.99 USD
In stock! Usually ships within 1-2 business days.
SKU: GBA1155
Pickup available at 519 Davisville Rd.

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The HDMI converter mod for your Game Boy Advance SP will let your play your games right on to your HDTV.

FEATURES:

INCLUDED:

  • 1x GBA SP HDMI adapter PCB
  • 1x Micro HDMI to HDMI converter cable
  • 1x Ribbon cable
  • 1x Ribbon
  • 2x Wires
  • 1x Adhesive

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    WARNINGS:

    • Test before installation! When you receive a backlight/LCD kit, you should perform a dry run before installing to assure that nothing has been damaged in transit. A dry run or test fit means the kit is not installed in the shell. This includes the use of adhesives, brackets, and any performed soldering. All ribbon cables should have no bends or creases in them. If you are unsure how to perform a dry run, please contact our support team and we will be happy to help. Backlight kits that have been installed are not eligible for replacement or return.
    • LCD may break if put under too much pressure or dropped. Please exercise extreme caution when installing.
    Shipping Information

    Our on-line store is open 24/7 and we ship Monday through Friday, excluding some holidays. Most products ship within 1 business day from our warehouse in Pennsylvania USA. Orders will be shipped in the order they are received. Please select a shipping speed according to your needs.

    About Us

    Hand Held Legend is committed to keeping retro gaming alive and better than ever. Upgrade your childhood consoles with modern tech. We strive for excellence in all that we do and aim to serve our customers well.

    Customer Reviews

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    Andy
    Excellent Product

    HDMI signal out is excellent and installation is straightforward but with a couple thin wires to solder. The output board that sits behind the screen has a couple configurations based on which LCD screen you have. It's important to read the instructions and work through the process. It does require a fair bit of case modding to allow the board to sit flush in the case while keeping the micro HDMI connector accessible. The only point of concern is that the ribbon cable that connects to the system board feels a tiny bit short. There is much less slack than the original configuration. The output appears to be 720x480 pixels and includes audio! No complaints. Photo is from a direct connection to a small 1080p TV.

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    Landon macha
    It’s awesome

    I love it, works great

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