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Active HDMI/Mini HDMI/Micro HDMI to VGA Male to Female Adapter with 3 Feet USB Power Cable

Article ID: 6
Last updated: 28 Sep, 2015

Active HDMI/Mini HDMI/Micro HDMI to VGA Male to Female Adapter

with 3 Feet USB Power Cable

(SKU: 113046, 113047, 113048)

Please check the pictures below for the correct HDMI cable you need.

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Cable Matters Active HDMI/Mini HDMI/Micro HDMI to VGA Adapter is the most convenient and cost effective solution for connecting HDMI devices to VGA monitors or projectors. With a built-in active IC chip it, this active adapter has better compatibility than passive ones.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Input/Output Signal: HDMI digital/VGA analog
  • Supported Resolutions: 480i/480p/576i/576p/800x600/720i/720p/1280x1024/1600x1200/1080i/1080p
  • Supports 165MHz/1.65Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel) bandwidth for HDMI
  • Supports analog video output up to UXGA and 1080p with 10-bit DAC
  • Vertical Frequency Range: 50/60Hz
  • Audio Output: No
  • Power Requirements: Optional

INSTRUCTIONS

No driver is needed. Plug and play.

Please plug in the included power cable if the HDMI source does not supply sufficient current.

COMPATIBILITY

HDMI to VGA conversion may post compatibility problems under the following conditions:

* The HDMI source has a different refresh rate than the VGA display

* The VGA display (projector, monitor or TV) does NOT support the following resolutions as output from the HDMI source (480i/480p/576i/576p/800x600/720i/720p/1280x1024/1600x1200/1080i/1080p)

* The HDMI output of the source device does NOT supply 5V/500mA current

* When you use the adapter with Samsung ChromeBook and Macbook Pro with Retina Display, please plug in the included Micro USB power cable.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Video Setting

The Windows OS uses the external HDTV as an extension. You have to drag your window on the desktop all the way to cross your display edge to display the window on your external HDTV. Alternatively, you may set the external HDTV to a mirror display as your main screen.

1. Right-click any empty area of your desktop, and then click Screen resolution.

2. Click the Multiple displays drop-down list, and then select “Duplicate these displays”. Note if you cannot see the additional monitor(s) listed, click Detect. If it does not work, try restarting your computer and do step 1 to 2 again.

The Mac OS system uses the external HDTV as an extension. You have to drag your window on your desktop all the way to cross your display edge to display the window on your external HDTV. Alternatively, you may set the external HDTV to a mirror display as your MacBook monitor. You may use your Command+F1 to activate mirror display. Or you can also slowly set your Mac to mirror display via Display Preference Panes:

1. With your TV connected to your Mac, Open Apple System Preferences.

2. Select 'Displays' with its big blue screen icon

3. Go under 'Arrangement' section

4. Check the Mirror Displays checkbox

Please note: when you mirror your screen to an external display, make sure the resolution is not beyond 1920X1080, which is the max resolution the adapter supports.

Please note: This adapter is not HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) compliant. As a result, you cannot play any HDCP content via the adapter. HDCP content includes copyrighted DVD/Blu-Ray Disc, etc. No adapter should work if it follows Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It is restricted by HDCP association which prohibits the HDCP compliance for Digital to Analog conversion.

Troubleshooting

1 Video setup: Choose between Duplicate and Extension mode in Control Panel > Display

2 VGA display input: Select the VGA input channel on the display

3 Plug in the included charging cable if the HDMI source does not supply sufficient power

Please note the following specifications of this cable.           

* The VGA monitor or projector MUST support one of the resolutions listed below.
* Supported Resolutions: 480i/480p/576i/576p/800x600/720i/720p/1280x1024/1600x1200/1080i/1080p

HDMI to VGA conversion may post compatibility problems under the following conditions:

* The HDMI source has different refresh rate than the VGA display

* This is NOT a bi-directional cable.

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Article ID: 6
Last updated: 28 Sep, 2015
Revision: 8
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