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Mini DisplayPort 1.1 to HDMI®, DVI & DisplayPort Adapter - White
When your MacBook® needs to connect to a variety of different display types, you need this multifunction adapter from Monoprice!
This adapter has a mini DisplayPort (mDP) connector on one end for connecting to the output of your MacBook, MacBook Pro®, MacBook Air®, or any other device with an mDP output. The other end has DisplayPort (DP), HDMI®, and DVI output ports, allowing you to connect to a single display using either of these standards. This adapter saves you the hassle and expense of purchasing and transporting different adapters with your MacBook because this one adapter fits all the primary standards you are likely to encounter in your travels.
Note that this will not connect more than one display at a time. Only a single display can be connected to one of the outputs.
- Supports Mini DisplayPort 1.1a "Dual-Mode" input
- Supports audio output over HDMI for iMac® (from Late 2009 on) and MacBook Pro (from Mid 2010 on)
- Supports DisplayPort 1.1a "Dual-Mode" output with a maximum resolution of 2560x1600
- Supports HDMI and DVI output with a maximum max resolution of 1920x1080p @ 60Hz, 225MHz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel), 12-bit per channel (36-bit all channel) Deep Color
- Automatically detects the connected display type
- Powered by the Mini DisplayPort input
This adapter does NOT a support Dual-Link DVI output. It supports Dual-Mode DisplayPort (up to 2560x1600), but only Single-Link DVI (up to 1920x1080p).
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|Input Signal||Mini DisplayPort 1.1a|
|Input Connector||Mini DisplayPort male 20-pin|
|Output Signals||DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI|
DisplayPort female Type A 20-pin
HDMI Connector female
DVI female (24+1)
|Vertical Frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Video Amplifier Bandwidth||225 MHz / 2.25 Gbps|
|DisplayPort Resolution||max to 1920x1200, 2560x1600 (Dual-Mode)|
|HDMI/DVI Resolutions||480i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to +70°C|
|Operating Humidity||10% to 85% RH (no condensation)|
|Storage Temperature||-10°C to +80°C|
|Storage Humidity||5% to 90% RH (no condensation)|
|External Power Supply||none|
|Power Consumption (max)||0.7 watts|
Included in the Package:
- 1x Video adapter
- 1x User manual
PROS: 3 interfaces in one adaptor.
CONS: Limited to 1920x1080. If you try to use them on a 1920x1200 display weird things happen.
Thank you for your review and my apologies for the issues you have experienced with PID 8119. A shame this didn't work for your needs.. Now if you'd like, I can help setup an RMA for a return. If you would like me to proceed with the RMA, all I would need is the order # this adapter is under. Sorry again for the trouble and thanks in advance!
Tech Support Associate
The one time it did work, it worked as advertised
CONS: Ghetto-rig wiring is very likely to fail
Only supports up to 1080p on non-dp connections
PROS: Works as advertised, no issues, price better than Apple products, slightly longer cable. Bonus is the multiple output ports
CONS: Plastic body is a bit cheap
PROS: small, inexpensive, arrived quickly, fixed my problem
CONS: didn't give full DVI res, but that might be the cable or monitor port
PROS: -Great all in one product
-Sound through HDMI works great
-All ports output the digital signal at the same time. I plugged in 2 monitors, one to HDMI and one into DVI and they both output the same signal. NOTE: The 2 external monitors did not recognize as 2 independent displays, but I didn't expect them to
CONS: -Computer will not recognize a second display until the external monitor is plugged in. Let me explain as that may have sounded ludicrous. The official Apple product begins outputting a signal as soon as the adapter is plugged in even if there is not a monitor plugged in to read the signal. Now 99% of the time, this is not an issue, but I have run into that 1% problematic issue. I have a projector that I occasionally plug into, but I don't plug the computer directly into the projector (if I did plug it directly into the projector, this would not be an issue). The projector is about 200 feet away from where the computer is, so we have to use a VGA to component converter then the component cables run all the way to a box that receives the signal then rebroadcasts the signal to the projector. The reason the Monoprice adapter does not work in this specific case is because the signal has been converted and interrupted and the computer cannot negotiate directly with the projector, therefore the computer does not recognize a second monitor is present (again, a very rare and odd case).
PROS: Not bad, and it does work.
CONS: This is NOT an active adapter.
PROS: Video works fine
CONS: No audio
PROS: Works from the start. The ability to use HDMI or DVI is nice.
CONS: After half a year of use the adapter become sensitive to being bent. Only works when you bend it a certain way and it become unreliable if you bump it.
Specifically the DVI port is not specified, so they are deceiving in their advertising and description of this product. They could have used a female DVI port that would have been compatible, and then specified that it would only carry a digital signal, or at least specified that the DVI port was a DVI-D Female port.
PROS: Break-out box with 3 connectors
CONS: DVI connector is not compatible with many cables and adapters, be sure you want a DVI-D Female Dual-Link - male plugs that are DVI-I or DVI-A are not compatible.