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DISPLAYPORT MINI DISPLAYPORT TO VGA MINI DISPLAYPORT TO DVI MINI DISPLAYPORT TO HDMI CABLE ADAPTER APPLE MACBOOK PRO

DISPLAYPORT MINI DISPLAYPORT TO VGA MINI DISPLAYPORT TO DVI MINI DISPLAYPORT TO HDMI CABLE ADAPTER APPLE MACBOOK PRO
Product Detailed
1.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO VGA CABLE 2.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO DVI CABLE 3.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO HDMI CABLE 4.DISPLAYPORT 5.ADAPTER

1.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO VGA CABLE2.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO DVI CABLE3.MINI DISPLAYPORT TO HDMI CABLE4.DISPLAYPORT5.ADAPTER

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The Mini DisplayPort is a miniaturized version of the DisplayPort interface. First publicly announced by Apple on October 14, 2008, it is used in revisions of the MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro notebooks, iMac, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro desktops and also the 24-inch Apple Cinema Display.

Unlike its Mini-DVI and Micro-DVI predecessors, Mini DisplayPort is capable of driving resolutions up to 2560x1600, commonly used with 30-inch displays. With a suitable adapter, Mini DisplayPort may be used to drive displays with a VGA, DVI or HDMI interface.

On November 27, 2008, Apple announced that it would license the Mini DisplayPort connector with no fee. Apple reserves the right to void the license if the licensee does "commence an action for patent infringement against Apple".

On January 13, 2009, VESA announced that Mini DisplayPort would be included in the upcoming DisplayPort 1.2 specification.

On November 10, 2009, VESA officially announced that the Mini DisplayPort has been adopted. All devices using the Mini DisplayPort must comply with the 1.1a standard.

VESA states, "DisplayPort assures that you get the best experience from your LCD, it simplifies display design and connections, enables interoperability with existing display interfaces and provides a technology foundation to deliver new and exciting display capabilities."

However, the removal of the DVI port from the MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro in favor of Mini DisplayPort, and the use of Mini DisplayPort as the video connector for the new 24-inch Cinema Display, may complicate compatibility:

The Mini DisplayPort specification includes HDCP copy protection, allowing DRM-enabled content providers, including the iTunes Store, to disable playback on any external displays that are not HDCP compliant.Apple's Dual-Link DVI adapter is relatively large and expensive compared to past adapters, and many customers are reporting issues with all new adapters, rendering it difficult or impossible to connect to external displays.Although the Mini DisplayPort and regular DisplayPort signals are identical, the two connectors are physically different. To connect Mini DP to regular DP devices and vice versa, an adapter is needed.Mini DisplayPort adapters do not exist for the older component video, S-Video, or composite video connectors. Connectivity can be achieved by converting the Mini DP digital signal, to VGA, an analog signal, and then from VGA to the appropriate signal type.While the DisplayPort specification is capable of supporting digital audio, the current MacBook and MacBook Pro range is unable to provide an audio signal through the Mini DisplayPort, and only does so over USB or the audio line out port instead. This can present a problem to users who intend to connect their computers to HDTVs using a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter. To work around this issue, some third-party manufacturers have created adapters that plug into both the Mini DisplayPort (for video) and a USB port (for audio) or Mini DisplayPort (for video), a USB port (for power) and the optical out (for audio); either option terminating with a single female HDMI connector, thus allowing both video and audio to be channeled over the one HDMI cable. A company called Kanex planned to start shipping their "Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter with audio" in the third quarter of 2009,  though after a slight delay finally released two adaptors available from October 2009. One with Mini DisplayPort and USB going into HDMI, showing 1080p video with audio. The other with Mini DisplayPort, USB (used for providing power only), and for the audio a TOSLINK (from the headphone socket or minijack on most Macs) going into HDMI, shows 1080p video with 5.1 digital audio, thus achieving digital stereo/surround sound if required. (Noting here that audio volume is fixed at 100% on the Mac and can only be controlled via the TV.)

Pin out

Pin 1Pin 2Pin 3Pin 4Pin 5Pin 6Pin 7Pin 8Pin 9Pin 10Pin 11Pin 12Pin 13Pin 14Pin 15Pin 16Pin 17Pin 18Pin 19Pin 20
GNDGround
Hot Plug DetectHot Plug Detect
ML_Lane 0 (p)Lane 0 (positive)
CONFIG1CONFIG1
ML_Lane 0 (n)Lane 0 (negative)
CONFIG2CONFIG2
GNDGround
GNDGround
ML_Lane 1 (p)Lane 1 (postive)
ML_Lane 3 (p)Lane 3 (positive)
ML_Lane 1 (n)Lane 1 (negative)
ML_Lane 3 (n)Lane 3 (negative)
GNDGround
GNDGround
ML_Lane 2 (p)Lane 2 (positive)
AUX_CH (p)Auxiliary Channel (positive)
ML_Lane 2 (n)Lane 2 (negative)
AUX_CH (n)Auxiliary Channel (negative)
GNDGround
DP_PWRPower for connector

DISPLAYPORT MINI DISPLAYPORT TO VGA MINI DISPLAYPORT TO DVI MINI DISPLAYPORT TO HDMI CABLE ADAPTER APPLE MACBOOK PRO



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