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Mini DisplayPort 1.2a / Thunderbolt to 4K HDMI Passive Adapter, White
Connect your Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt™ equipped PC or Mac® to a 4K HDMI® video display using this Mini DisplayPort 1.2a /Thunderbolt to 4K HDMI Passive Adapter from Monoprice!
This adapter is designed to allow you to connect an HDMI display to a Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt video output. It conforms to the DisplayPort 1.2a standard and supports HDMI resolutions up to 4K (3840x2160p) @30Hz. Being a passive adapter, it is NOT compatible with the AMD® Eyefinity and nVidia® Surround multidisplay modes.
It features a true 6" cable length with polycarbonate connector heads. The VGA end has panel screw holes, so you can secure the cable to the connector. The MDP connector head measures 14.0mm thick, 16.0mm wide, and 24.0mm long. The HDMI connector head measures 17.5mm thick, 27.5mm wide, and 47.0mm long.
- Conforms to DisplayPort 1.2a standard
- Connects to both Mini DisplayPort and Thunderbolt video outputs
- Supports HDMI resolutions up to 4K (3840x2160p @30Hz)
- PASSIVE adapter is NOT compatible with nVidia Surround or AMD Eyefinity multidisplay modes
Thunderbolt is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Apple and Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
AMD is a registered trademark of Advanced Micro Devices.
NVIDIA is a trademark of NVIDIA Corporation.
PROS: Small adapter
Audio carried to my TV (Dell XPS13, 2015) to an 8000 series Samsung
PROS: Well made. Compact.
PROS: works 100% with Surface Pro 4
CONS: none yet
5 months ago
PROS: Quality material
PROS: Makes sound and video go from MacBook Air to TV.
1 month ago
PROS: Works, small.
CONS: Plastic doesn't look as durable as it could be
Plugging the adapter into my iMac, the display immediately goes into "sleep" mode and will not wake up (and the iMac doesn't show a second monitor attached. If I plug the cable into my MacBook Pro (which already has an HDMI output, but using this adapter), I get a good image but every minute or two there is a white flash on the screen.
I think there is definitely an electrical issue with the device, causing the white flash. I can't find anyone else talking about "active" versus "passive" HDMI adapters so I can't tell if an "active" adapter would fix the issues I am having on my iMac. Filed for an RMA/refund.
2 months ago