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    Monoprice Mini DisplayPort 1.1 | Thunderbolt to HDMI ACTIVE Adapter with Audio Support
    Product # 9426
    In Stock This item will ship on 9/24/2018 if ordered within 1 days 16 hours 14 minutes

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    Will this work with the Microsoft Surface Pro dock for the Surface Pro 4? There are some that don't work properly with the SP dock.
    Ronald S on Nov 5, 2017
    is this active adapter convert the signal from A(mini DP) to B(hdmi) and not just use as a tube? thanks
    A shopper on Apr 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It converts md to hdmi perfectly even in UW (more than 1080p). I have no idea what you mean by tube... I use it to connect an ultra wide display from a Mac computer that has no hdmi port, and it's great.
    Will this work on hooking an ipad up to HDTV and stream from the ipad to TV ?
    Michael P on Dec 2, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. unfortunately this item is not meant for an iPad but for computers or laptops that have mini displayport out. I hope this helps, thank you!
    What adapter do I need for a new imac with thunderbolt 3 connect to a flare 150 digital projector with HDMI?
    A shopper on Feb 5, 2018
    i'm looking for a solution to output surround sound (with video) from my miniDP, will this do the trick?
    A shopper on Sep 6, 2017
    Does this work if I am using it to connect a blue ray player to my macbook pro?
    Drake N on Jul 19, 2017
    4.1 / 5.0
    67 Reviews
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    Mac Pro (They say can run six monitors)
    Purchased a Mac Pro (over $3200) and as per Apple's recommendation, I purchased their Mini DisplayPort/FireWire to HDMI adapters. Got the computer, hooked up three monitors (HDMI) and one TV (HDMI). Only two would work at a time. Turns out APPLE was wrong. I even chatted and talked to several of their support personnel, and nobody could figure it out. So I had to for myself... You can only hook up 2 HDMI to the Mac Pro. So you need to either buy all expensive thunderbolt displays, or simply buy these ACTIVE adapters/converters. This product actually converts a FW/MDP to HDMI, so the computer think's it's FW/MDP. Thus escaping the HDMI limitation because you can hook up to six FW/MDP to the Mac Pro. Plus, these are really inexpensive.

    PROS: Easy to use ACTIVE-not passive Inexpensive

    CONS: None
    March 20, 2015
    Works as described, easy to use and hook up.
    If you're trying to stream TV from Mac to your television this product is perfect. No glitch in connection and the picture comes through great. I probably would have spent 2 to 3x for the product elsewhere, that is if anyone else carried it. Great product.
    March 16, 2015
    Works with Surface Pro 3
    Works with the MDP on my Surface Pro 3, which is why I bought it. Hard to get excited about an adapter.

    PROS: It's an adapter that works with MDP.

    Picture and sound come through fine.

    CONS: I guess it could be smaller or less expensive.
    August 9, 2014
    Works on Windows with Eyefinity
    I have a Radeon HD 6850 with 3 monitors. The cables used are
    1 HDMI,
    2a HDMI
    2b Mini Displayport - HDMI adapter
    3 DVI
    It allows for 3x1920 by 1080 (i.e. 5760 by 1080)
    February 29, 2016
    Excellent Tech Support

    PROS: At first I couldn't get the audio to work connecting my laptop into TV with this adaptor, but the Tech Support Team emailed me back immediately, told me the correct settings, and now works great... So not only great product, but great tech support!
    January 1, 2015
    so far, so good
    I just bought a MacBook Air (2/2016) and don't know a lot about tech/specs. This was really easy, just plug and play. Audio and video go through clearly. If it holds up, I would highly recommend this product!

    PROS: Easy. Plug and play.

    CONS: None so far.
    February 10, 2016
    Great product great price!
    Bought this to use with my Mac Mini to drive the second screen. The best part is that this is HDMI, so I can use the built in speakers in the HDTV that I'm using. Apple doesn't even offer a comparable product. Well built and works perfectly!

    PROS: Display port to HDMI!

    Sends audio as well

    Great price

    Not available from Apple

    CONS: Nada
    February 19, 2014
    Not much to say, it just works.
    Not a lot to say - you plug it in to your Mac, and connect an HDMI cable. Boom, you're done.

    Audio worked over it as well.

    5 stars, would buy again.

    PROS: Inexpensive, plug & play.

    CONS: I had to buy it.
    July 11, 2014
    This adapter is perfect if your MacBook does not have the HDMI port. The price is right, and quality is spot on. It just works, what more do you want? I am able to push movies (legally obtained) in every format imaginable to my TV with sound, and if I wish, I can push that sound to my reciever and it detects the format (DTS, DD, D, etc..)

    No complaints yet, and I've had this for 2+ years, still works. Still entertaining the kids with it.

    PROS: Pushes 1080p flawlessly to my 48" Vizio

    Pushes DTS, DD5.1 to my TV which is daisy chained to my reciever via optical/digital. Sound is spot on.

    Cheaper than the Apple store

    CONS: None
    September 15, 2014
    Still works Great
    been using it for over 5 months and couldn't be happier. works perfectly everytime.

    PROS: Able to connect my macbook air to TV and watch downloaded movies on the big screen.. the audio also outputs as well automatically, no additional wires needed

    CONS: non
    February 5, 2015