Today's devices use modern interfaces such as HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort. Yet, we still have older devices that use VGA ports to transfer analog audio and video signals. At Ryans, we equip anyone in Bangladesh to affordably access and display their analog and digital media files.
Types of DVI Converters
Ryans stores stock various kinds of DVI converters designed for dependable performance. There are several types of DVI converters. The most common include:
DVI to VGA Converters
Device manufacturers have all phased out VGA ports since they only transmit analog low-resolution video (resolution of 640 x 480). However, older projectors, monitors, TVs, and PCs still have VGA ports as their only video interface.
DVI (Digital Visual Interface) offers sharper videos, higher resolution, and can handle both analog and digital videos (video resolution of 2560 x 1600).
DVI to HDMI Converters
HDMI is an even newer interface compared to DVI and VGA. The main advantage is that HDMI transmits both video and audio signals while DVI transfers video only.
DVI and HDMI connectors use the same encoding scheme for digital video. Though DVI and HDMI deliver the same image quality, DVI may be unable to support full HD Blu-ray and HDCP encryption. DVI can stream up to 1920 x 1200 HD video or 2560 x 1600 when using dual-link DVI. HDMI supports up to 1920 x 1200, also supporting simultaneous audio.