DVI Video converters
Digital Video Interface better known as DVI is a digital interface used to connect a video source to a display. DVI supports multiple modes including digital only (DVI-D), analog only (DVI-A) and digital/analog (DVI-I) transmitting uncompressed digital video. The purpose of DVI converters is to take a DVI signal to a different standard such as SDI, HDMI or analog signals composing of composite, S-Video and component. Converters may also work vice versa where you are taking one of these different standards and converting to a DVI output. DVI converters are found in environments including schools, sports bars, hospitals, restaurants, stadiums and many more.