Amazon Basics DisplayPort to HDMI cable with gold-plated connectors 1.8 m
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I use multiple monitors. A 185 hz 4ms and a 144 hz, both with dp and HDMI slots. I have 4dp slots on my rig. I use this set up for streaming, school, and gaming.
If you are looking for a cable, you will want to make sure that you grab one of a decent length. If you are planning on hooking up two devices, then you will need to ensure that there is enough cable to extend between the two. To Conclude This article is so timely. I looking to increase my desktop set-up from two to three monitirs and would appreciate any thoughts on dual or triple ports DP to HDMI adapters. Should I plug-in all three monitors via a single adapter or use single port and double port adapters to handle the three monitors. Thanks in advance your input. Reply I’ve been looking for about 2hrs now and all seem to be one-way signal cables (not bidirectional), and the one-way is in the wrong direction I need. At the time of writing, the latest HDMI specification is HDMI 2.1a. It supports 8K at 60Hz and 4K at 120Hz. It's also capable of displaying 10K content and dynamic HDR formats up to 48Gbps. To make the most out of HDMI 2.1, you'll need to invest in an Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable like the Highwings High-Speed HDMI Braided Cord. But DisplayPort isn’t quite as generous when it comes to length. If you expect to maintain UHD resolution standards and higher-end bit depth, you’ll want to observe a 9-foot maximum. Going substantially over that distance will cause issues. You’ll want to keep that in mind as you make your selection, especially if you plan on matching your cable with an extension cable, or another adapter that uses cabling.
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Well, I am looking for the reverse!! I need a mini-DisplayPort to HDMI adapter where the input source signal is from the HDMI side and the output is the mini-DisplayPort end. Differences between decent cables and great cables aren’t always obvious. But those differences do exist, and they can manifest in the quality of your audio and video. Everyone wishes this kind of thing was as simple as choosing a cable and plugging it in. The good news it doesn’t have to be much more difficult than that to find cabling that’s great at maintaining the integrity of your signal. Rankie’s cables have a generous 0.6-inch diameter, which actually looks quite stalky when paired with one of their shorter cable lengths. The cabling is constructed with double-shielding protection, using braided foils to protect the underlying copper wires and extend the durability of the cable. The Cable Matters DisplayPort to HDMI cable yet another unidirectional cable. The DisplayPort end of the cable supports DP, DP++, and DisplayPort++ gear, from televisions to monitors. And once again, it’s available in a broad variety of sizes, including 6, 10, 15, 25, and 35-feet. But where most DisplayPort to HDMI cables overlook support for subtle features, Cable Matters provides cabling that makes sure you’re able to make the most out of the HDMI and DisplayPort formats. Build Quality & Specifications For example, both HDMI and DP can support 4K content, provided the DisplayPort cable is at least version DP 1.2, and the HDMI cabling is at least HDMI 2.0. Both cables support audio content, even allowing for 2, 5.1, and 7.1 channel options. And they support high bandwidth digital content protection, allowing you to play content which needs to be verified against piracy. DisplayPort 1.3 can even handle 8K content played at 60Hz, which far outstrips the capacity of regular HDMI cables. Overall AV Quality
We’ll go through the connectivity question and cover some more of the basics below, so you have all the tools and knowledge you need. As it’s useful to know the difference between the two things, we’ll start there. Ensure you get a good connector for long-lasting use What Is HDMI?Rankie DisplayPort to HDMI Cables are suited towards people who are looking for shorter cables. They’re available in 3, 6, 10, and 16-feet. The reason these cables are somewhat shorter is because they’re intended to provide support for 4K content. Naturally, that includes support for HD audio and standard 1080p content, as well as 7.1 audio channels. But make no mistake, these cables are made specifically for people who are looking to stream high bandwidth content.