Firstly, you won't notice much at first glance. I have done a lot of research AFTER buying this because this was an impulse buy. And honestly it does work as it States but not to the extent people are hoping.
It definitely smooths out and up scales the resolution. Using my Nintendo switch on 720p+mclassic is almost identical to the 1080p w/o mclassic AND almost identical to 1080p+mclassic. Unfortunately for my scenario, that's about it. It won't scale to 2k or 4k. And this is me personally. So switch owners, read on.
The reason I have (and possibly you do to) not noticed or had luck with 2k/4k is because of one primary factor (and one secondary, read after).
Much like me, many people are buying and assuming without researching. Well here's some important information.
The mclassic will only output at a maximum in which both the hdmi cable AND tv support. Now my tv supports 4k NOT 2K. This is a known issue for many consumers.
If your tv doesn't support BOTH 2k AND 4K, this will NOT upscale your switch. ALSO if you use the standard Nintendo hdmi cable (came with switch) heads up, that cable ONLY supports MAX 1080P@60HZ. So even with a 2k tv/monitor, using your Nintendo cable will NOT make it run at 2k.
So key points.
Your display AND hdmi cable must support the output you are going for.
Because my tv doesn't support 2k, this will not skip the resolution and jump from 1k to 4k. It'll only stay at 1k.
Now another important detail.
If you KNOW your tv supports 2k for a fact AND you have the proper HDMI cable then there's an important setting you're missing. You MUST enable a setting on your display for deep color (that's what it's called on LG tv's) which enables 4:2:0 4:2:2& I believe 4:4:4. This enables the 2k resolution setting on the display. Again if you don't do this WITH the proper HDMI cable and NOT the standard Nintendo switch hdmi cable, it won't work.
Again key points:
-Switch hdmi must be a 4k+ rated cable
-Display must support 2k resolution (some 4k displays don't support it, my. Lg tv is an example. Only supports 1k+4k no 2k)
-Display must enable some form of deep color.
Unless you have these three factors, it's not going to work as you hope.
With that said, with my setup of only being able to utilize 1080p w/ the enhancements, it does look good and feel smother (as if the refresh rate is higher) so it does help me. But honestly it's not work $100. At most it's $60. And even for someone without 2k support it should be $40 just for 1080p enhancement. I have no double that marsielle will invent something to assist with this or branch off from this model as he did with the mcable series. Nevertheless this product does work and is great provided you have the proper setup.
- 平台: PlayStation2, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch
- 格式: 电子游戏
- 商品数量： 1