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CNE36622 Display Port to HDMI Converter with Audio Adapter, 2 Pack

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Description

  • Compatible: Devices with Display port
  • Brand new high quality GTMax Brand adapter
  • Connect your Display Port using HDMI cables with this adapter
  • HDMI cables with this adapter Display Port v1.1 Compliant Enable high quality optional digital audio transmissions Embedded clock architecture to reduce EMI susceptibility.
  • Support greater then AXGA (2048 x 1536) resolution at 24 bit color depths

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Customer Reviews

It works great for converting your DVI port to HDMIThis product is okay. It works great for converting your DVI port to HDMI, if you don't have an HDMI port on your computer, functioning as expected. However, the design it has for keeping the converter in the computer isn't good. It has two prongs that snap your converter into the computer, you have to depress the tab on top of the device in order to remove it from the computer. It doesn't come off easily, and you have to depress the tab pretty hard, while supporting the bottom of the device so as to not break it off on the computer (as in pinching the device). This causes undue stress on the DVI port on the computer side. In my case, even though I attempted to be as careful as possible on removing, it still ended up breaking the port on my computer, leaving me with no way to stream/connect my computer to my TV as was the intent. This device is cheap & affordable. It was a affordable way for me to convert my DVI to HDMI for use on my TV, but also cheap in construction. I had one, but it ended up breaking, since you have to pinch it so hard to get it out of your computer. The second one broke my computer's port, and that was the end of that. The design not only can ruin your port, but it also doesn't make sense...it secures the device to the computer, but the HDMI side is still just slid on, with no securing. Not sure why you need to have it "latch" onto the computer, rather than just plug in like any other device...but whatever the case may be, it isn't good for the computer. If you want a portable, cheap/affordable converter for your DVI to HDMI, this is the way to go. Just be extra careful when taking it in & out.2but that has all kinds of problem many man hours (15 minutes times 10 to 20 people can add up to 4 man hours wasted) wasted tryiBought it for use at the office. We got new laptops that don't have HDMI ports but only display ports, but all the conference rooms have HDMI ports for the big monitors. The Higher ups did not want to get us adapters, as the conference rooms had computers in them already, and their solution to the need to display our desktop with our specialized software on it was remote desktop, but that has all kinds of problem many man hours (15 minutes times 10 to 20 people can add up to 4 man hours wasted) wasted trying to get that to work every meeting.I bought this, it is only about $7, but I have saved so many man hours, heck I have saved myself hours on setup time with this device, many of my coworkers just borrow this from me now, instead of going though the problems with remote desktop.The higher ups still don't see the value in getting one of these for everyone, but for now, I have mine, best $7 I have spent.51st one was DOA, but 2nd one works well.Purchased one of these to connect my laptop to my Samsung HD TV. The first one I received did not work at all. The computer didn't even recognize it. Contacted BlueMall (seller) and a new one was shipped out promptly. The second one works just fine. I'm only giving 3 star's due to the first one being DOA.Review of the working adapter: Plugged it into my HP 8460P elitebook (intel HD 3000 graphics, not discrete) and my Samsung HD TV. The TV showed up in windows 7 as Samsung HD Digital, with correct resolution and all. It also passes audio,your computer has to support it though. You have to configure the audio separately. It shows up in the list of Audio devices as Samsung, and you just have to set it as default. I don't know if it passes 5.1, 7.1 etc. because I don't have a setup that I can test it on.There were no instructions with this. I can guarantee my parents wouldn't know how to set this up on their computer without help, but anybody who has set up dual monitors before should have no problems.Other Thoughts: After receiving the first one that did not work, I purchased a StarTech.com DP2HDMI DisplayPort to HDMI Video Adapter Converter just in case. The startech adapter worked the first time and was only $2 more. Personally, now that I have both in hand I kind of like the startech better since it has a short 3-4" cable on it. The startech seems to be built a bit better as well.3Read: Could save your DisplayPort or laptop!I read the reviews about this product and noticed the tremendous amount of people saying that the hooks would get caught in the DisplayPort and no longer dislodge. Here's how to avoid that.Before even testing the adapter, I initially separated the cover to see if I could find a way to remove the hooks, but the only way I could see doing this would require separating the DisplayPort end from the circuit board, and then having to re-solder the connection or more. So don't worry about doing this, as I have an easier way.If you have an emory board (nail file) or any other way to smooth metal, like sandpaper, smoothing down the hooks really takes no more than 5-10 minutes. If you're using a nail file, simply line it up so that you're contacting both hooks and start sawing away. As the hooks get worn down, you'll probably scratch the heck out of the metal for the adapter, but it shouldn't affect anything. I was able to get the hooks nearly level so that I don't even need to press the release to take it out of the DisplayPort.As for the performance of the adapter, I personally had to use Nvidia Control Panel (the software utility for my video card) to resize the picture because it was cutting off the edges. If edges are getting cut off or the picture isn't reaching the edges, first set the other ("projector") monitor to "extend" and not "duplicate" because this allows you to change the resolutions of both monitors independently. From there, resize the other monitor to its native resolution and see if that solves the problem. If not, then your next step is to resize the other monitor's resolution until it fits in the picture.For audio, I had to go into the Windows 7 "Playback Devices" (right click the speaker at bottom right) and then set my HDTV as the default device for audio. I haven't yet tested audio through the headphone/speaker jack, but I imagine it will be the same except that I won't need to manually select the default audio device.For those having problems, remember that you get what you pay for. Good luck.3Works great with my Lenovo W510 ThinkPadAfter noticing my Lenovo W510 ThinkPad did not have an HDMI output, I had to find an alternate method to connect my laptop to my Samsung flat-screen via an HDMI cable. After doing some research and reading Mountain Man's review, I thought I would give this product a shot.Upon receiving the adaptor, I simply connected it to the video disply slot, hooked up the HDMI cable, and got video. However, as stated in Mountain Man's review, I had no sound. After going into my control panel and clicking on the sound button, I quickly noticed my Samsung television as a sound source. Immediately after choosing the Samsung option, BAM..sound! I then went into the advanced options and increased the quality; very simple.Additionally, to test the other comment concerning the teeth being an issue; I unplugged/plugged the adaptor 25+ times and it still works as new. Of course, taking my time and firmly pressing the release button while performing the simple task might make the difference. In closing, I would recommend this product to anyone looking to connect their Lenovo W510 ThinkPad to a TV source using an HDMI cable.5No audio on Sony XBR7I wanted to hear and see Skype on our Sony XBR7 HDMI-only capable 1080p TV, fed from a Lenovo X220 convertable laptop/tablet running System 7 64 bit Ultimate through the DisplayPort. I also wanted to watch some YouTube videos playing from Firefox and hear their audio on my big living room audio system. No such luck.When first plugged in, I remember briefly seeing the TV via this DisplayPort adapter in the audio device list, but the next time, the TV disappeared and is nowhere to be found. Not in the audio control panel, anyway. It's just gone.I first chalked this up to the Thinkpad weirdness, as its internal audio card/mic doesn't work with Skype either. If I plug in an external Logitech webcam, it works seamlessly. Internal camera/mic, nothing.Sony audio problems aside, the video looks great on the big screen, though it overscans a bit and cuts off part of the menu bar at the bottom.One reviewer said he could see his TV in the list of audio devices and was able to configure its audio to satisfaction. My Sony TV does not show in the Lenovo audio devices list, though it does show as a generic PnP monitor.I plugged the HDMI cable into a tiny 7" video monitor and whatdayaknow, the audio came through and the device showed up as an audio device. Then I plugged it into a 20" Vizio and sure enough, it works fine too. Same with a Samsung LCD. Three monitors out of four work. The Sony is the only one that doesn't. Hmmmm.Sooooo, I'm guessing there's something about Sony's DRM or some other HDMI protocol blocking the computer from seeing the TV. I set all the TVs for internal speakers. Routing audio to an external amp is another variable in the equation.Nothing wrong with the adapter that I can tell, it simply doesn't see certain Sony TV's.4THE LEAST EXPENSIVE WAY TO ADD FUNCTIONAL HDMI OUTPUTS FROM A VIDEO CARD TO YOUR TV, EXTRA MONITORS.EXCELLENT PRODUCT. PERFECTLY ALLOWS AN HDMI CONNECTION IN A DISPLAY PORT. THE DP'S USUALLY GO UNUSED SINCE, IMHO, IT IS A DYING PORT. NOT MANY ELECTRONICS USE THIS ANYMORE. ON THE OTHER HAND, HDMI IS ONLY GROWING, DAILY.CONS: NO LOCK TO PREVENT IT FROM BEING ACCIDENTLY PULLED FROM THE DISPLAY PORT ON YOUR VIDEO CARD. IT IS RATHER LONG FOR IT'S SMALL CROSS SECTION. THIS ACTS AS A LEVER FROM THE WEIGHT OF THE USUALLY HEAVY HDMI HANGING FROM THE OTHER END OF THIS ITEM, WHICH COULD PUT NOT DESIGNED FORCES ON THE DP SOCKET. AS LONG AS YOU PLUG IT AND LEAVE IT ALONE, SHOULD NOT BE A PROBLEM. CABLE CONVERSION ADAPTERS ARE MANY TIMES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THIS LITTLE BABY. THAT'S WHY I BOUGHT IT, IN THE FIRST PLACE. I WANTED TO BE SURE THAT IT WORKED. IT DOES.FINALLY: FOR THIS TO WORK FOR BOTH SOUND & AUDIO, YOUR VIDEO CARD MUST SEND OUT THE SOUND SIGNAL BETWEEN THE SHORT BURSTS OF THE VIDEO SIGNAL. MOST OF THE BETTER CARDS DO, ALREADY. MINE DID & I NOW HAVE SOME 4 EXTRA PORTS TO HOOK MY PC TO MY TV, ANOTHER (DUAL) MONITORS, ETC.4I forgot to throw it in the trash two years agoI recently bought some HDMI extension plates making it much nicer to attach my various portable HDMI devices to my TV. Tonight I decided to plug my Thinkpad to my TV and found this adapter in my A/V drawer. After plugging the adapter into my PC, the black plastic housing separated from its metal innards, leaving it locked. I immediately remembered this happened shortly after I bought it in August 2011. I must have forgotten to throw it in trash!I've uploaded 4 photos illustrating the problem. Now to look around on Amazon for a better DP to HDMI product.1Does the job. Pro Tip: File down the locking pins.It was cheap and it works as intended on my Thinkpad T410 running Ubuntu MATE. It was easy enough to switch my audio output settings to get sound from my Television speakers. I would second the recommendation that you file down the locking pins since they seem to be made to very tight tolerance and it takes a significant amount of pressure to disengage them from the port. So much that i would worry about damaging the port if the adapter were not removed carefully. A metal file can easily make the pins flush with a little time, and without serious harm to the plug if you are careful. It fits quite snugly into the DisplayPort without the locking pins and it avoids the possible risk of damaging your machine.4If you have a Dell, don't use this!I ordered this product after I finally figured out what that weird looking port on my laptop did (why Dell wouldn't just put HDMI ports on their computers, I have no idea). I ordered this product and when I plugged it in, it simply didn't work. I tried multiple HDMI cables, multiple TVs, and multiple different Dell computers. I even looked online to see if there was a solution, which I could not find. This product might work fine with other computers, but it absolutely will not work with Dell.The product itself was also poorly made. The casing was always coming off and the little pins that kept the adapter plugged into the computer would stay up and you would have to force it out, possibly damaging the display port.I've tried returning it, but I have yet to receive my money or an alternate model. Ultimately, I had to shell out about $20 for a Dell brand adapter that did work. If you have a non-Dell, this product might be worth a try for the money. If you have a Dell, this product will not work.2
CNE36622 Display Port to HDMI Converter with Audio Adapter, 2 Pack

CNE36622 Display Port to HDMI Converter with Audio Adapter, 2 Pack

3.5
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Regular price
NZ$ 84.00
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NZ$ 84.00
Regular price
NZ$ 140.00
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