HDMI to VGA adapter

EUR7.63 price includes VAT
EUR6.20 price excluding VAT

A super affordable HDMI to VGA adapter which can be used to connect OSSC to VGA PC monitors or to connect RetroTINK 2X to the OSSC.

  • Tested extensively with RetroTINK 2X and OSSC
  • 240p/288p pass-through supported (compatible display required)
  • Tested up to 1600 x  1200 with OSSC
  • Does not appear to crush blacks or over saturate whites in our tests
  • 3.5mm audio break out provided
  • No PSU required


The entire package contains the HDMI to VGA adapter, audio cable, Mini HDMI adapter (ideal for use with RetroTINK 2x) and a small 0.25m VGA cable (ideal for connecting RetroTINK 2x to the OSSC).

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  1. Flygon says:

    What sort of HDCP does this adapter support?

    There may be users that wish to use this sort of an adapter with other machines, that have HDCP requirements.

  2. Jérôme VV says:

    Hi guys !

    I’m planning on buying the OSSC and I have a Gekko (VGA box for Dreamcast that outputs HDMI), so I was planning on buying a Kuro (outputs in D-Sub 15 VGA) but I’m wondering if instead I could just use this device ?

    DC > Gekko > This HDMI-to-VGA > OSSC, is this possible ? Would it work ?
    DC > Kuro > OSSC would be the way to go ?

    Also, if you’re replying to this comment, might as well ask you this : 480p signals can only be line doubled by the OSSC, right ? It can’t do 1920x1440p ? Would it be even possible in the future, I know it’s an open source project, but is there any technical limitation that would prevent this from happening one day ?

    Thank you for your time ! (forgive my English)

    • BuckoA51 says:

      Best solution for Dreamcast and OSSC is the Toro box using the SCART output for all signals 240p to 480p, but a regular VGA box is fine too. I wouldn’t bother trying to HDMI to VGA convert the Gekko.

      480p x 3 isn’t possible on the current OSSC hardware, sorry.

  3. Andrew says:

    Received my RetroTINK 2X today after months of waiting, and opened up this adapter set (ordered when first released) to get everything hooked up with my OSSC. Only then did I discover that I’d been given a MICRO hdmi adapter instead of a MINI hdmi adapter! The picture and description clearly shows a mini hdmi adapter, so I’m puzzled as to how I ended up with a micro one when you don’t seem to sell those anywhere on the site (that I can see).

    I’ve ordered things from here before without issue, so I’m sure it was a one off accident, but I’m just disappointed that my planned weekend of NES gaming will have to wait yet again since I don’t own any other mini hdmi cables 🙁

  4. Boudewijn says:

    Hello there,

    I have a few questions about this adapter. Does it do the full digital-analogue conversion? Does it add delay in the converted video signal? Basically I’m asking as a speedrunner who would want to modernize a composite setup using Retrotink, but wants to play on an older vga-supported screen sometimes.

    Thanks in advance for your reply!

  5. O says:

    Will this be back in stock in the near future?

  6. Dylan Lohkemper says:

    I have a GCEON Mk. I, as in, the one without Component output. Would is be possible to use this to throw the HDMI signal my Gamecube outputs into the OSSC? I would love getting better visuals and scaling out of GBI.

  7. CathodeRayBlues says:

    I finally got mine and set it up with my retrotink2x, but the OSSC says No Sync, tried changing the RT2X between all different resolutions, still wont work.

    • BuckoA51 says:

      Are you able to test the adapter without the OSSC in the chain? It could be faulty.

      • CathodeRayBlues says:

        I have now tried using the RT2X with several different VGA adapters, both directly to my computer monitor and through the OSSC. None of them worked, although I am still able to use it with ordinary HDMI output.

        • CathodeRayBlues says:

          And to make sure I wasn’t crazy, I tried plugging a computer into the OSSC’s VGA input and that worked perfectly.

          • BuckoA51 says:

            Hmm, what PSU are you using with your TINK?

            • CathodeRayBlues says:

              Using the charger that came with my HTC-10. Supports fast charging so it has to be able to supply enough wattage, unless there’s something wrong with my microUSB cable, and I don’t have many of those to try

              • CathodeRayBlues says:

                Just tried two more USB cables (one of which was being used to power a Super NT so I know that works well) and a couple more PSUs that deliver more than 2 amps. I also went out of my way to try a few more VGA cables in case mine were somehow beaned. Still no luck. Best I could think of now is counting on mailing my TINK for the recent firmware upgrade or outright replacing it. (Bought mine from one of the earliest batches when I got word from RetroRGB’s youtube channel if that is any indicator of hardware differences)

        • BuckoA51 says:

          I can’t explain that at all 🙁

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