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Works with Pi, but needs some effort
on 30 November 2012
I got this to go with my son's Raspberry Pi. At first it didn't seem to work, but after some googling managed to get it to work by editing the /boot/config.txt file on the SD card. First try with the hdmi_safe=1 option, which should give low-res (VGA) output when booted. If that works it is a matter of turning off safe mode and finding the settings that work for you. I tried:
this worked after a reboot and gave full resolution on my old Samsung SyncMaster 172v. Haven't checked if all these options are needed.
So the product works with the Pi but you may need to experiment a bit to get it to work with your monitor.