For everyone interested, I’ve uploaded a scanned copy of the operations manual of EON’s GCHD Mk-II video adapter to the Internet Archive. I couldn’t find a copy of it anywhere online recently and needed to figure out how to change some settings on the adapter I own. I hope that uploading the manual to the Internet Archive will allow it to be preserved for as long as possible.
If you’re not aware of the GCHD Mk-II, it is a plug-n-play adapter for the Nintendo GameCube that converts the system’s digital video signal to HDMI and Component video. The GCHD is an awesome product and one of the easiest ways to get high-quality video from a GameCube. The GCHD can also convert 480i and 240p video sources to 480p which can lead to better image quality on fixed pixel displays.
GCHD and other products like the Carby from Insurrection Industries also show what can happen when people in a community share their ideas and skills. Without Ingo Korb and his GCVideo opensource project, none of these products would exist.
If you want to learn more about getting the best video quality from your GameCube, I recommend watching RGB 316 by My Life in Gaming.
If you are interested in purchasing a GCHD Mk-II for yourself then check out the links below. (these are affiliate links)
GCHD Mk-II @ Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZPdg0H
GCHD Mk-II @ CastleMania Games: https://castlemaniagames.com/products/eon-purple-gchd-mkii-hdmi-adapter-nintendo-gamecube-dual-output-no-lag?ref=ymwsbyu8gwr
Insurrection Industries Carby @ Amazon: https://amzn.to/2WIqs5v
Insurrection Industries Carby @ CastleMania Games: https://castlemaniagames.com/products/insurrection-industries-carby-version-2-black?ref=ymwsbyu8gwr