Cable Matters Gold-Plated Active HDMI to VGA Adapter (Male to Female) with 3 Ft Micro USB Cable - Black

Cable Matters Gold-Plated Active HDMI to VGA Adapter (Male to Female) with 3 Ft Micro USB Cable - Black
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Product Description

Cost-effective solution for converting digital HDMI signals to an analog VGA device (video only) with a built-in active IC chip Supports Chromebook (made by Samsung) and MacBook with Retina Display when used with the USB-power cable Supports 1080p and 1600x1200 resolutions for a Monitor, Projector, or TV Plug & Play without the need for software driver installation Includes Cable Matters Limited One Year Warranty and Product Support

Overview This HDMI to VGA adapter is a convenient and cost-effective solution for connecting your computer to VGA monitors or projectors, or older TVs. The adapter connects to the VGA cable of your device (VGA cable not included) It features a built-in active IC chip that improves compatibility and delivers sharp picture quality.

Instructions Connect the male end of the adapter into your computer and the female end into the VGA-male cable of the device. Optionally, choose to "Mirror" your computer screen for a presentation on a projector or "Extend" your desktop to view more applications. Select the display settings for a Mac in the System Preferences and for Windows in the Control Panel.

* The VGA monitor or projector MUST support one of the resolutions listed below.

* This is NOT a bi-directional cable.

Technical Specifications * Input/Output Signal: HDMI (Typ A) 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 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) and 1080p with 10-bit DAC

* Vertical Frequency Range: 50/60Hz

* Audio Output: No

* HDCP Support: No

* Micro-USB Power: Optional

Compatability HDMI to VGA conversion may post compatibility problems under the following conditions: * The HDMI source has different refresh rate than the VGA display