|Brand Name||Tera Grand|
|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 1 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||MDP-VE719|
|Color||Mini DisplayPort to HDMI White|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Mini DisplayPort to HDMI - White|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MDP-VE719|
Tera Grand - Premium Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Cable with Audio Support - for Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro, and Microsoft Surface Pro - Thunderbolt Port Compatible - High Quality ABS Plastic Housing - in Retail Packaging
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- MINI DISPLAYPORT/THUNDERBOLT ADAPTER - Lightweight and portable adapter for connecting a Mini DisplayPort (Mini DP or mDP)/Thunderbolt™ port compatible computer to an HDTV, monitor, or projector with HDMI; A separate HDMI cable (sold separately) is required
- SUPPORTS FULL DIGITAL AUDIO - Additional configuration is required, results may vary depending on Mac model and OS X version installed. See the Product Description below for details
- COMPATIBLE WITH - Microsoft Surface Pro/Pro 2/Pro 3 (NOT Surface for Windows RT); Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro; Alienware 14/17/18; Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X230/X240s, L430/L440/L530/L540, T430/T440/T440s/T440p/T530/540p, W530/W540, Helix; Dell XPS 13/14/15/17, Latitude E7240/E7440, Precision M3800; Acer Aspire R7/S7/V5/V7; Intel NUC; Asus Zenbook; HP Envy 14/17; Google Chromebook Pixel; Cyberpower Zeusbook Edge X6; Toshiba Satellite Pro S500 Tecra M11/A11
- 1080P HD - Supports full 1080p HD digital video; Supports 5.4Gbps data rate of DisplayPort 1.1
- WARRANTY - Backed by Tera Grand One-Year Limited Warranty
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Tera Grand Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter lets you connect Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iMac to HDTV or any HDMI display. You can use an external display as your main workspace or to extend your desktop, or you can work in mirrored mode with a projector so you can view what your audience sees.
*** Audio and Video Setup Instructions for MacBook***
For Audio: In System Preferences, select Sound. Click the Output tab. Select your HDMI Device from the list.
For Video: In System Preferences, select Displays. Click the Arrangement tab. Check Mirror Display option.
Apple added support for audio over Mini DisplayPort in April 2010. The following Apple computers supply multichannel audio (up to 8 channels) and video signals over Mini DisplayPort:
iMac Model 11.2, 11.3 (Mid 2010) and later
Mac Pro Model 5.1 (Mid 2010) and later
MacBook Model 7.1 (Mid 2010) and later
MacBook Pro Model 6.1, 6.2, 7.1 (Mid 2010), 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 (Early 2011 / Thunderbolt) and later
MacBook Air Model 3.1, 3.2 (Late 2010) and later
** For MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) and MacBook Air (Mid 2012) users:
Please download the software update: "MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0" , "MacBook Air (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0" from Apple Support web site. (Due to Amazon's policy, we are not allowed to display the link here.) These updates fix external display support.
Apple Mac computers made before 2010 do not support audio over Mini DisplayPort. You won't get audio from the Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter, only video signal.
This Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter is also compatible with other non-Apple notebooks with Mini DisplayPort, such as Microsoft Surface Pro for Windows 8 Pro, HP Envy 14/17, Dell XPS 14/15/17, Lenovo ThinkPad notebooks with Mini DisplayPort.
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Top customer reviews
All I had to do was plug the adapter into my Thunderbolt II port, and remove the HDMI cable from my Roku II and set the input on my TV to Roku, and I had video and audio. More video than I could see on my TV - unbelievable overscan.
I then selected the proper display properties on the TV to try to match the Retina Display on my MacBook Pro. I ended up selecting 1080i because that's the screen resolution on my Sony. I also had to reset the display size on the TV so there was no overscan, and therefore missed video. Full screen, no extra video that didn't show up on my MacBook Pro.
A great adapter, Strongly Recommended.
I give the Tera Grand units a 3 star review because they do function and they're half the price of the Apple units. However, be expected to replace them at least once per year.
Turns out, to connect Macbook to a wide (29" or higher) monitor that have 2560 wide resolution, you need a dual link adapter. I bought Apple Mini MB571Z/A DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter for ~$100 and that is the only thing that let me use the full, highest resolution on my Acer monitor with a Macbook.
The 1920 wide resolution looked great though.
I have found that if I am streaming HBO go or Netflix or similar, I can close my laptop and after a short lag, the picture and sound appear on my tv. However, I have to keep my laptop open if I'm using the DVD drive on my computer, as closing it puts the drive to sleep.
I'm very satisfied with this product and I highly recommend it!
Once you get the correct cables to get the audio working, you have to go into preferences on your Mac and selected the speaker icon. Then select the device that you have plugged into your computer to carry the audio. Otherwise, you will get video, but no audio.