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Now, I'm very new to Mac so a lot of you Apple lovers probably know this already, but for Mac newbies (myself included), you need to go to SYSTEM PREFERENCES and choose DISPLAY, APPEARANCE and click on MIRROR DISPLAY to get the video on your TV. And to get the sound from your Mac to your TV go to SYSTEM PREFERENCES and… see more Now, I'm very new to Mac so a lot of you Apple lovers probably know this already, but for Mac newbies (myself included), you need to go to SYSTEM PREFERENCES and choose DISPLAY, APPEARANCE and click on MIRROR DISPLAY to get the video on your TV. And to get the sound from your Mac to your TV go to SYSTEM PREFERENCES and choose SOUND, OUTPUT and click on BUILT-IN HDMI OUTPUT and that should do the trick. Hope that helps folks out there. see less
By KungFuGrip on June 17, 2014
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Yes, I just used one yesterday and have since ordered one for myself. I had purchased off brand cable which was working with a friend's MacBook air but not on the surface so this is the first adapter I've used which has worked with the surface pro
By Katherine D on November 27, 2013
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Not sure what you are trying to do with this cable (most likely eyefinity) but it is a PASSIVE adapter. This is just a cable that goes from the displayport to HDMI/VGA etc. There is no onboard DAC or built-in converter. Hope this helps.
By KungFuGrip on August 15, 2014
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I believe the iPad mini requires a "Lightning" connector. This is a mini-Display Port or "Thunderbolt" connector. They are not the same thing.
By A. Snell on May 19, 2014
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The smaller connector is the Mini-Display connector and you have a choice of mini-disply to HDMI or mini-display to DVI.. In the main description you will see the choices for DVI or HDMI.. As for which DVI type? I would imagine with it being from PNY that it would be the newest standard, you can use D and I for a dig… see more The smaller connector is the Mini-Display connector and you have a choice of mini-disply to HDMI or mini-display to DVI.. In the main description you will see the choices for DVI or HDMI.. As for which DVI type? I would imagine with it being from PNY that it would be the newest standard, you can use D and I for a digital connector, but if you specifically need DVI-I analog support you will want to search for that implicitly, or upgrade from that CRT monitor to one of those newfangled monitors.. : ) see less
By Robert Ketron on April 3, 2014
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Yes, I am using it for this right now. One monitor is on the built-in HDMI port, the other is using this adapter.
By G. Williams on January 7, 2014
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Good question; does your imac have a mini displayport or thunderbolt 2 port?
By GVJ Gerald Jeremiah on May 22, 2014
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By NickB on May 11, 2014
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I don't see why it wouldn't. Im using it for a Mac mini which is a Mac book without a screen.
By The 13eatnik on October 29, 2014