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eforCity 352504 HDMI to DVI Cable M/M, 6-Feet/1.8 M, Black
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- NOTE: Even though HDMI cables support Hot Plug Detection, improper usage might result in resetting / restarting both devices, or even may cause damage to the devices Therefore, we do not suggest Hot Plug action for any HDMI cables
- Please make sure both input and output devices are off when plugging or unplugging HDMI cables High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) uses a much smaller, user-friendly connector along with the DVI connector
- Eliminate unnecessary signal conversions 24 bit/pixel, 165 MHz max clock frequency 5 Gaps bandwidth, 55% spared for future expansion
- Connectors: HDMI Male to DVI Male. Color: Black. Cord Length: 6 FT / 1.8 M. Accessory ONLY.
- Suggested Applications: standard, enhanced, or high-definition video on a single cable.
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NOTE: Even though HDMI cables support Hot Plug Detection, improper usage might result in resetting / restarting both devices, or even may cause damage to the devices. Therefore, we do not suggest Hot Plug action for any HDMI cables. Please make sure both input and output devices are off when plugging or unplugging HDMI cables. High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) uses a much smaller, user-friendly connector along with the DVI connector. HDMI is fully backward-compatible with DVI hot plug for DTVs. HDMI DTVs will display video received from existing DVI-equipped products, and DVI-equipped TVs will display video from HDMI sources. Cable built with matching impedance, PVC jacket, molded ends and inner hood soldered 360 degrees to the connector to achieve a complete end to end shielding. Eliminate unnecessary signal conversions. 24 bit/pixel, 165 MHz max clock frequency. 5 Gaps bandwidth, 55% spared for future expansion. Connectors: HDMI Male to DVI Male. Color: Black. Cord Length: 6 FT / 1.8 M. Accessory ONLY. Suggested Applications: standard, enhanced, or high-definition video on a single cable.
Top Customer Reviews
This cable is good quality, well made, not flimsy but also not so heavy it's hard to work with. I've used these in several setups and have received no complaints. Picture quality is flawless.
Personally, I carry one of these in my laptop bag along with a smaller HDMI female to DVI male adapter. That way if I need to go DVI to HDMI I can, but if I just need a DVI cable I need only add a small adapter to one end. I have almost every eventuality covered (at least as far as my DVI-only laptop would require) without carting around a huge mess of adapters and other such stuff.
Luckily I had twelve of the BlueRigger cables, which both saved my bacon and allowed me to pinpoint the fault as being within these Eforcity cables.
I thought I'd be clever and save $1.52/cable, but it's not worth it. The build quality feels cheap compared to the beefy BlueRigger cables, and again, the failure rate was 33% right out of the box. I have zero confidence that the others will last long, so I'm returning them all. What junk.
Someday I'll learn: buy the SECOND-cheapest cables.
On the Xbox 360 also it KNOWS its connected to a monitor using this cable. under display settings it has resolutions instead of HD settings. Mine went to 1600x1000 something. It barely cuts off the top and bottom of monitor but my viewing range on games is a major increase.
Keep in mind this isn't the only thing you'll need to connect your xbox up. You'll still need your AV cable to put out the sounds to your speakers. My setup is the RCA audio males that come with the xbox to a [female RCA to male audio jack] cable, plugged into an audio coupler and the speaker audio jack plugged into the other side of the coupler. If you have a sound system that takes in RCA audio then that comes with the xbox and thats all you need. And yes the audio will still transmit though the Standard AV cables with the HDMI plugged in.
Basically what I'm saying is, Remember that while HDMI has audio support, DVI has no audio support, thankfully PS3 has dual-output support so you can send audio through a different port than your sending the video through.
Also, if it doesn't seem to work after doing the above a few times, connect your PS3 to a regular TV and switch the video to 720p - it may be the source of the issue if the monitor doesn't support 1080p.