Can You Create a TVI To CVI Adapter?

So you could use either type of equipment with either.

Now that some detailed technical documents have surfaced about HD-Analog's on the wire architecture, I am wondering if anyone is willing to speculate on the feasibility of such an adapter being created cheaply enough to make it worth developing.

I'm guessing, based on the extra-low price point of the equipment, that such an adapter would need to be

  1. inline
  2. unpowered
  3. artifact free
  4. < $10 integrator cost

Thoughts?

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