StarTech.com Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter with USB Audio

Mfg. Part: MDP2HDMIUSBA | CDW Part: 2175746 | UNSPSC: 43201544
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  • Connect an HDMI display to a Mini-DisplayPort source with audio
  • USB Audio Pass-Through ideal for older MDP computers where audio was not supported through the Mini DisplaPort port such as 2009 Unibody MacBook Pro / 2009 MacBook -Passive / DP++ / Supports HDTV resolutions up to 1080p
  • Thunderbolt to HDMI Compatible
  • Connects to your Laptop Thunderbolt port
  • Mini DisplayPort to HDMI / MDP to HDMI / Mini DP to HDMI / Mini DP to HDTV / MDP to HDTV / Thunderbolt to HDTV
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Main Features
  • Connect an HDMI display to a Mini-DisplayPort source with audio
  • USB Audio Pass-Through ideal for older MDP computers where audio was not supported through the Mini DisplaPort port such as 2009 Unibody MacBook Pro / 2009 MacBook -Passive / DP++ / Supports HDTV resolutions up to 1080p
  • Thunderbolt to HDMI Compatible
  • Connects to your Laptop Thunderbolt port
  • Mini DisplayPort to HDMI / MDP to HDMI / Mini DP to HDMI / Mini DP to HDTV / MDP to HDTV / Thunderbolt to HDTV
Connect an HDMI display to a Mini-DisplayPort source with audio.

The MDP2HDMIUSBA Mini DisplayPort with USB Audio to HDMI Adapter offers a cost-effective HDMI with audio to Mini DisplayPort link, letting you connect an HDMI-capable HDTV to a device with a Mini DisplayPort output, while saving the expense of upgrading the TV for compatibility. Simply plug in the USB and Mini DisplayPort connectors to a PC or Mac and the HDMI connector to an HDMI television/monitor. 2-channel analog audio will pass through to the HDMI connection, delivering sound to the display side, with the convenience of one HDMI cable. MDP2HDMIUSBA is a passive adapter that requires a DP++ port (DisplayPort++), meaning that DVI and HDMI signals can also be passed through the port. Compatible with Intel Thunderbolt, when connected directly to a supporting DisplayPort over Thunderbolt I/O port.

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