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Worked fine while I used it, but if you buy a device like an Apple TV or Chromecast you don't have to bother with cables anymore (that's what I eventually did)....
Insten Mini DisplayPort Adapter/ HDMI Cable for Apple MacBook
This is a 2-piece cable/ adapter set for Apple MacBook. Connect your Mini DisplayPort devices to your HDMI devices with this accessory set.
ITEM#: 13875987Connect your Mini DisplayPort devices to your HDMI devices with this 2-piece cable/ adapter set for the Apple MacBook. Designed for excellent picture quality and sound, this mini display port adapter guards against RF and EM interference that can make your video fuzzy. An ample six feet in length, this cord allows for an easy connection without the need to move items around or to utilize an extension cable.
- Compatible Apple series:
- iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, Mac Pro/ 13"/ 15"/ 17"
- Mini DisplayPort Adapter
- HDMI cable
- Supports HDMI 1080p
- Supports HDMI 12-bits per channel deep color
- Supports compressed audio such as LPCM
- Supports compressed audio like DTS Digital, Dolby Digital (including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD)
- Powered by Mini DisplayPort source
- Connectors: Mini Display Port Male to HDMI Female
- Fully HDCP compliant
- Protects against RF and EM interference
- Less plug/ socket pressure
- Meets all HDMI standards
- Supports: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p resolution
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable
- Color: Black
- Length: 6 feet
Mini DisplayPort Adapter:
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Worked fine while I used it, but if you buy a device like an Apple TV or Chromecast you don't have to bother with cables anymore (that's what I eventually did).Read More
I was very pleased with what I got. I was a little concerned when I ordered this as some of the reviews on other Mini Display Port to HDMI adapters were not good and this combo was a bargain but this one as well as the HDMI cable has worked fine. The adapter and cable both seem to be great quality.Read More
The Mini Display port adapter and HDMI cables worked perfectly! At first I wasn't too sure because I didn't see any brand on them but they are perfect!Read More
I'm currently using this product with my macbook air (late 2010, mountain lion) and a 32inch LCD HDTV. Audio/video works perfectly. I'm very happy.Read More
Product was O.k. but not of a high quality. For the price I paid, it was O.K.Read More
Questions & Answers
Need to connect MacBook to TV via HDMI
It fits with my requirement.
Will this work with an ipad as well?
Hello crazycatlady05, And yes, it would work, though you will need an extra audio cable. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
What version is the HDMI cable?
Hello chris228, thank you for your interest in the Mini Display Port Adapter/ HDMI Cable for Apple MacBook. This Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p resolution. Thank you for shopping with us.
This is stating it is for the "MacBook" but the product details list only MacBook Pro and other things that don't seem to be just the MacBook... Will it work for a plain old MacBook?
Yes this will work with a Macbook.
As long as you have a "mini display port" on your Apple computer it doesn't matter whether it's a MacBook, and Air, a Pro or an iMac.
Does this Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter also send the audio to the TV from the Mac?
Audio function is NOT supported on all models released before April 2010. If you require further assistance please feel free to contact us again.
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