Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet

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Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet

Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet

  • The mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter lets you connect a high definition monitor, projector, or LCD
  • Adapter only works with laptops with Mini Displayport, please check with your device’s output specification before placing order
  • Uncompressed audio such as LPCM. Compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital.include – DTS-HD and Dolby True HD
  • Compatible With Apple – iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13 inch, MacBook Pro 15 inch, MacBook Pro 17 inch

1.Description :The mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter lets you connect a high definition monitor, projector, or LCD that uses a HDMI connector or cable to a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air with a mini DisplayPort2.Features:1) Mini DisplayPort 1.1a input and HDMI 1.3b output.
2) HDMI highest video resolution 1080p.
3) HDMI225 MHz / 2.25 Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel) bandwidth.
4) HDMI 12 bit per channel (36 bit all channel) deep color.
5) Uncompressed audio such as LPCM.
6) Compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital .(include: DTS-HD and Dolby True HD
7.)Powered by Mini DisplayPort source
8.)Connectors: Mini DisplayPort Male to HDMI Female
Compatible With:Apple: iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13 inch, MacBook Pro 15 inch, MacBook Pro 17 inchPackage Includes:1 x Mini Displayport to HDMI adapter for apple MacBookNOTE:Adapter only works with laptops with Mini Displayport, please check with your device’s output specification

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 3.47

Originally posted 2015-05-30 21:23:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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3 thoughts on “Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet

  1. 376 of 387 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Supports video and sound, no need to purchase a separate HDMI cable, February 22, 2011
    By 
    Caval

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    This review is from: Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet (Electronics)

    Found this item online and thought it would be the most cost efficient option. Turns out I was right. With this, not only do I save myself from buying a $35 adapter, but a $10 HDMI cable too. I was a bit skeptical on whether or not it would work, as there is no specific brand listed, but it works perfectly. It delivers both video up to 1080p and clear, stereo audio. I am happy with my purchase.

    For those of you who are having a hard time getting the audio to work:
    * Your computer must support audio over the Mini DisplayPort. To find out if it does, go to System Profiler (option-click the Apple menu, System Profiler…), click the audio tab, and under the outputs should be listed: “HDMI / DisplayPort Output.” If it is not listed, chances are your computer does not support it.
    * You must select your TV as the output device. To do this, either option-click the audio menu icon and select it under “Audio Device:,” or go to System Preferences (Apple menu -> System Preferences) -> Sound -> Output and select it. Hope this helps.

    EDIT: If your receiver supports it, this cable can actually carry digital signals such as Dolby, DTS, and 6-channel (WOW!!!) LPCM.

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  2. 245 of 256 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WORKS GREAT WITH MAC PROBOOK!!! WITH AUDIO!!!, June 2, 2011
    By 
    thepnup (San Diego, Ca) –

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    Edit On 2/6/2012:

    When I Originally wrote this review I had the 2011 Early MacBook Pro Model(one without the Thunderbolt port which Mac started to sell late February) With Snow leopard Mac OS X v10.6.

    I still have the same MacBook as well as the Cable that still works wonderfully. I’ve upgraded to Lion so the Original post is more directed towards those who have Snow Leopard, because in Lion they change a couple of features on how to locate the HDMI Audio.

    The port your looking for is called: FireWire 800 port – there are some models who have the 400 port, I honestly never tried to use this with a 400 port version so I can’t tell you the difference between the two.

    If you still have box/packaging that your MacBook/Mac Mini/Whatever Mac Device you have, check to see if you have FireWire 800 port listed under technical specifications. More than Likely this cable will work for you. If you don’t have the box or the manual then you check it online by following this steps (if you have Lion Installed or Mac OS X v10.7 and above) :

    1. Click on the Apple Icon in the top left corner of the screen.
    2. Click “About this Mac”
    3. Click “More Info”
    4. Click “Overview” located on the Left side.
    5. Click on “System Report” button located on the bottom. When Click a different window should open.
    4. Click on “Audio (Built In)”. Located on the Left side.
    5. “HDMI/DisplayPort Output” should be listed below the list under “”Audio (Built In)” on the right side of the window. If you see this then this cable will work for you.

    I know for a fact that that this cable will work with mid 2010 and present MacBook models.

    Buy this cable, You’ll be forever grateful, I see cables similar to this costing $30 or more. This will be the best (small) investment that you’ll make.

    —–
    Bellow is my Original Post when I had Snow Leopard installed:

    I received the cable in the mail today and I hooked up my MacBook to my HDTV and it worked!!! I have a Samsung HDTV and I knew that I was able to hook up my MacBook Pro to it. So instead of buying multiple cables and adapters, this one cable worked great, Great picture quality as well as sound quality.

    THIS WILL NOT WORK WITH ALL MACBOOKS!!!! IF you have a older model, then you have to do it the old fashion way and buy multiple cables and adapters in order to hook it up to your HDTV.

    To make sure your able to use this for your MacBook Do these simple Steps

    1. Click on the Apple Icon in the top left corner of the screen.
    2. Click About this Mac
    3. Click More Info
    4. Click on Audio (Built In). Located on the Left side.

    Once the Audio(Built In) is open check to see if you have HDMI Output or HDMI/DisplayPort Output on the list. If you do Then go right ahead and buy this Item. I think majority new laptops and Desktops have this feature, you have to investigate to double check to know for sure.

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  3. 33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    2011 Macbook Air HOW TO guide…, December 5, 2011
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    This review is from: Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable, 6 feet (Electronics)

    I have a 2011 Macbook Air, so I’m not sure of other models.

    This thing is perfect! I think some people are leaving bad reviews because everything is not magically done for them once they plug in the two ends. I’m no mac expert, this is my first mac actually, so if I can figure it out, you can too. And I’ve made it even easier for you… Here are the HOW TO steps:

    1. Plug in both ends, mini display port on your macbook and the HDMI on any available port on your LCD.
    2. Go to upper left Apple menu and scroll down to system preference. Or use your FINDER from the dock, go to applications, then system preference.
    3. Click on Displays
    4. Click on DETECT DISPLAY
    5. A similar screen pops up with name of your LCD, mine says SONY LCD, click on ARRANGEMENT
    6. Click the box that says MIRROR DISPLAYS.
    7. Go back into system preferences and go to SOUNDS which is located under HARDWARE.
    8. Click on OUTPUT, then select HDMI, which should be listed next to your LCD name. DONE!! ENJOY!

    The great thing about the macbook air is that it remembers your set-up. So if you unplug your lcd, internal macbook volume comes back. Next time you plug in your tv again, mirror display and hdmi output volume will be back as well. No need to fiddle again!

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