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Tendak Active 1080P Female HDMI to VGA Male Converter Adapter Dongle with 3.5mm Stereo Audio portable HDMI Connector for Laptop PC PS3 Xbox STB Blu-ray DVD TV Stick
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- Female HDMI to VGA adapter connects an HDMI compatible device to a monitor or projector with VGA port by extra HDMI cable
- Converts HDMI digital signal to VGA analog signal; 3.5mm audio port sends audio to speakers or a display
- Gold-plated connectors is compatible with desktop, laptop, Ultrabook, notebook, DVD, media player, cable box, or other devices with HDMI port
- Supports 720p and 1080p full-size high-definition resolution; Support HDMI V1.4, 3D
- Plug & Play No driver needed, No external power required
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|HDMI to VGA with Audio||Female HDMI to Female VGA||HDMI to VGA without Audio||Male HDMI to Female VGA||Mini HDMI to VGA Converter||Female HDMI to Male VGA Adapter|
|Resolution||HD 1080P||HD 1080P||HD 1080P||HD 1080P||HD 1080P||HD 1080P|
|USB Power Supply||No||No||No||Yes||No||No|
|HDMI Port||Male||Female||Male||Male||Mini Male HDMI||Female|
|With Audio||with 3.5mm Audio||with 3.5mm Audio||No||with 3.5mm Audio||with 3.5mm Audio||with 3.5mm Audio|
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Simply connect the HDMI female end of the adapter into an HDMI connector of notebook or desktop PC by extra HDMI cable and the female end of the adapter to your VGA cable from the display. It converts HDMI digital signal to VGA analog signal and supports full-size high-definition resolution of 720p or 1080p. A perfect companion for an easy and enjoying life!
Super small design concept, carring easily
A Simple HDMI female to VGA conversion
Support plug and play, Do not need to set
Powered by HDMI port
Support HDMI V1.4
Product resolution of up to 720p/1080i/1080p
Audio output: 3.5mm audio jack
length of the audio cable: 100mm/ 3.3ft
Product input: HDMI
Product output: VGA+Audio
1. This is not a bi-directional adapter. It only transfers signal from HDMI to VGA
2. This converter maximum support resolution is 1080p, please do not set your HDMI Source over 1080P
3. Due to the VGA port can't output audio indenpendently,so you have to connect the converter with a VGA monitor.
1 x HDMI to VGA Adapter
1 x 3.5mm Audio Cable
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The first thing to notice is the build quality. You can see it is very good. Then I connected an HDMI cable from the ROKU to it, and then a VGA cable from it to the VGA port on the projector, and finally I connected a 3.5mm audio cable from it to the audio input of the projector.
I showed my wife the RCA connection, which had looked great for a year, then showed her the HDMI/VGA connection and she was shocked. Instantly the picture quality was at XGA which is the maximum of my projector and looked almost HD.
The audio connection works awesomely as well. Although the overall volume, or dB gain, is less then the direct RCA audio connection. This may be the projector itself or a reality of hdmi audio. It only means the maximum volume is not as loud as it was. It's not a negative. If I was going to use the same setup as above, where the volume is controlled by the projector, for an outdoor movie night an amp or louder speakers will be needed. I am, for the record using 2.1 computer speakers and they are only 5 watts.
The picture quality is amazing. The colors and contrast have improved in addition to the overall resolution. I was going to buy an HD projector, but this awesome product upgraded my home cinema to the point where it would be hard to see the difference.
Let me be clear. This simply allows an HDMI connection to the VGA port, so your maximum resolution will depend on your individual projector. Also since sound and video are carried through HDMI this has a separate audio output for it.
This will not allow devices to recognize your projector as an HDMI device however. HDMI has coding language that transfers between devices and since this is HDMI to VGA it will consider your device a Standard definition device. This means an XBOX will not play in 1080p format (which beyond graphics affects certain features; such as no multiplayer on Minecraft). This is not a Con of this item, it's just how HDMI works.
Tendak makes a version of this that has the HDMI attached, it's a smaller footprint but wouldn't have worked with the ROKU because of limited plastic space surround the HDMI port. So I chose this design for the fit I needed. It's something to think about.
I highly recommend this. I would say that anyone who has a VGA input capable device get one of these right now. You will be very happy with your results.
When I went searching for a way to turn the HDMI into either VGA or DVI WITH audio, I thought I would end up with some bulky box behind the monitor. I was pleasantly surprised when I found this adapter. It allows me to split the HDMI into VGA and Audio in a small package without having to have an additional power requirement.
The only issue I've run into is the speaker bar for my monitor slightly obstructs the audio cable coming out of this, but that is in no way the fault of this adapter and ultimately they still work together without issue.
I had absolutely no issue in Windows 10 using this either. It just worked when I plugged it in. I got sound and video.
The AppleTV has an HDMI cable that goes into this adaptor; the adaptor is plugged directly into the VGA input on my Westinghouse TV, and the included audio cable goes from the adaptor into the TV's audio input that is next to its VGA input. I get a full-screen 1080p picture, with sound coming out of the TV's speakers Exactly as I envisioned it.
Only one caveat: if I unplug the HDMI cable from the source (my AppleTV) and replug it, it takes 5-10 seconds for the adaptor to resume converting the signal. Not a bad delay, just requires refraining from knee-jerk reaction.
The hardware that I used:
1. Google Nexus 6 smart phone
2. a projector, VGA input
3. an external speaker for audio out
4. this dongle
Here is how it worked:
1. connect Chromecast to the dongle's HDMI side
2. VGA connector to the video projector from the female VGA side of the dongle
3. connect audio out to an external speaker.
4. Use my Nexus 6 phone to cast screen through the Chromecast.
Now I can play YouTube videos from my Nexus 6 and project the video to the wall with sound from the external speaker.
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