DVI-D TO VGA: Cost effective solution for DVI to VGA conversion
A high definition DVI-D (digital video interface) digital signal can be converted into an analog signal using a DVI-D to VGA conversion device. This device has made the conversion between DVI and VGA signals possible. It enables a user to connect older CRT monitors, projectors, analog video systems and televisions to DVD players or computers. These devices offer video resolutions of 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1280 x 1024, 1600 x 1200 and 1900 x 1200. It has a frequency bandwidth of 165MHz and a DVI-D bandwidth of 1.6GHz. By generating the compatible digital to analog conversion signals it ensures that the output from PCs and laptops can be viewed on older display devices.
Although it does not require an external power supply and consumes only .54 Watts of power, which it passes from the motherboard, this DVI-D to VGA conversion device can be externally powered with an AC adapter. Its inline boosting capabilities provide crystal clear images and there are no issues of ghosting or data loss. HDCP compliant, it also has the necessary regulatory approvals from CE, FCC and RoHS. The input connectors on this device are single link DVI-D female whereas output connectors are VGA 15 pin HD male.
Installation is simple via plug and play. A user needs to connect the analog monitor to the HD-15 connector of the converter and the DVI input to the computers' graphic port. In today's marketplace, we find a wide variety of video converters such as the VGA to DVI-D or HDMI VGA Converter, but the DVI-D to VGA Converter is by far the most popular as people do not need to invest in plasma TVs if they use this converter. They can still view their computers output on existing TVs, without incurring additional expenditure. This device therefore increases the life of existing hardware. It supports advanced video hardware such as HDTV/satellite receiver, plasma TV, LCD TV or monitor, DVD player or projectors. Due to its functionalities, this device is an ideal solution for making business presentations and playing computer games on televisions, for home theaters as well as remote monitoring and training facilities. In order to cut down additional expenditure, government and industrial environments are also making use of this DVI-D to VGA conversion device.
Frequently Asked Questions
Best way to connect a MacBook to HDMI tv?
I'm trying to connect my macbook to my HD tv, I have a few inputs (AV, HDMI, S-Video and RGB) but what is the best way to get the best quality in the easiest form. I've had a quick look around and i don't seem to be able to find an adapter to go straight from the macbook to the tv.. I mainly want to use it for watching movies and playing games.
the best quality way would probably be to go from mini dvi to dvi (http://store.apple.com/us/product/M9321G/B?mco=MTIxODk3Mw)
and then dvi to hdmi
You will also need this
(http://www.yourcablestore.com/6-Foot-35mm-Stereo-Headphone-To-RCA-Adapter-Cable_p_0-29.html) If you want audio from you laptop to play through your TV or Home Stereo System speakers.
Keep in mind that this isn"t the cheapest option, but rather a high quality option. Double check that your TV doesn't have a dvi port. If it did, it would eliminate the need for the dvi to hdmi cable, and should give you the same quality!
I want to connect my Macbook Air to OLD TV, via VGA cable.
It's its old tv, but it has a big screen, anyways, it does NOT have HDMI.
I can't find the right cables I need. I tried amazon, but it gave me the wrong cable, that did not fit.
So can you tell me excatly what cables I need to connect my macbook to my tv, please?
Thank you so much!
MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.1)
you can connect it via vga-hdmi cable.
have a go
EDIT: but u wont be able to have sound from tv
What is the best way to connect a MacBook to an HDMI equipped TV?
I have a mini DVI port on my MacBook. My TV has an HDMI port.
A mini DVI to HDMI adapter my friend =]
how to connect new macbook to hdmi lcd tv?
ok heres the deal
apple decided to put mini-dvi inputs on there comps
so i need atleast two components to connect my tv to my macbook, for watching movies, or to game on a bigger screen.
it sounds easy, but its not because apples mini-dvi to dvi thing is only 6 inches long,, and i need it to be like 6 feet long.. also i would like to use the hdmi input on my tv, because i think it will give a better picture. if you know it doesnt matter please tell me. fyi-- my tv is only a 20'', but i need good quality for gaming.
i have tried looking around on amazon for female adapters and whatnot, but its too confusing for me.
pleaseee!! someone help! i need details and places to buy the components.
You might have a better response if you post this in the Computers & Internet forum, rather than here.
How can i connect a macbook pro to a tv without the hdmi connecter?
I have a macbook pro and an HDMI cable but i dont have that piece that is ment to go into the mac. Is there any way that i can connect my mac to the tv without it???
Ok, try to rub a lamp and see if a genie comes out, if one does then say 'i wish i can connect my mac to my tv without a high defintion multi-media interface cable.