Connect your Macbook to your HDTV with the all-inclusive Belkin Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI Cable.
- Easily converts the audio*/video signal from your MacBook Mini DisplayPort to an audio/video signal on your HDTV
- Supports color depth of 12 bits per channel
- Easy plug and play
- Supports uncompressed digital LPCM 7.1, 5.1, or 2 channels
- Resolution (HDTV): Interlaced (50 and 60Hz refresh rate); 480i, 576i, 1080i resolution
- Progressive (50 and 60Hz refresh rate): 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p
- Data transmission rate of 2.25 Gbit/s
- Maximum single link range of 1920 by 1080p
Did you notice?Single cable allows for easy coiling and on–the-go storage.
Apple Recommends ForConnect your MacBook to your HDTV to browse the Internet, share photos, and stream audio and video from a variety of sources.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable
- Cable Length : 4 m
- Connections : HDMI port, Mini DisplayPort
- Compatible with Macbooks with Mini Display Port or Thunderbolt port.
- Mfr. Part Number : F2CD035yw4M-APL
- UPC or EAN No. : 722868908228
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty : Limited Lifetime Product Warranty
- * Audio transfer is available on MacBook models with Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt port.
Ratings & Reviews
I'm on my second one of these after the first one was replaced by the manufacturer for being defective after the store wouldn't ta I'm on my second one of these after the first one was replaced by the manufacturer for being defective after the store wouldn't take it back when it was just 3 weeks old. The cable is essentially weak on the mini-port side - the plug end can't hold up to everyday plugging in and unplugging and fails quickly. …
- Written by Karen P from Dallas
102 of 110 people found this useful
2nd broken cable!! Zero Stars!!
Bought our first cable and after a week of buying it and plugging it in/out maybe 5 times total the mini side metal housing broke Bought our first cable and after a week of buying it and plugging it in/out maybe 5 times total the mini side metal housing broke off inside my mid 2012 MBP!! Using tweezers to remove the housing, took the cable back to Apple and they exchanged no problem. Got a longer life out of this second cable but now it's start to mess up. Poor connection issues and if the cable gets moved it flickers the tv and have to reset so display comes back on tv. Poor product, don't waste time, money and piece of mind on this piece of junk!! …
- Written by Kendall R from Calgary
58 of 64 people found this useful
Does not hold up to regular plugging in and out. Fails to read often and eventually may even make your Mac shut down/restart or ju Does not hold up to regular plugging in and out. Fails to read often and eventually may even make your Mac shut down/restart or just die. The HDMI port is fine but it's the Mini display port side that's the problem. Do not buy. Waste of time and money! I've started researching alternatives already. …
- Written by Karan P from New York
29 of 29 people found this useful
Cable was intermittent from day 1
If it was physically aligned in a very particular way, the cable would connect properly when it was new. Eventually it wasn't poss If it was physically aligned in a very particular way, the cable would connect properly when it was new. Eventually it wasn't possible to make it work at all. I purchased this at an Apple store, but you have to work through the manufacturer for warranty replacement with a different instance of the same bad cable. Apple should be ashamed that they are selling this product. My advice is to spend the extra $40 for an Apple TV if you want to use your computer with an HDMI display. …
- Written by Donald D from Santa Clara
Don't Buy this cable
This cable broke as everyone says the mini display port end is weak and mine has gotten loose, now it will just not work at all! I This cable broke as everyone says the mini display port end is weak and mine has gotten loose, now it will just not work at all! I have only had it for a couple of months and after paying $60 dollars am disappointed. Went and bought the mini display port with the HDMI adapter from a different brand and plugged in an HDMI to HDMI cord into it and it is a lot sturdier! The cord does not weigh it down like this one and I think it will last a lot longer. Definitely go for the adapter instead of this cord, plus it costs less. …
- Written by Edvina K from Noble Park
Does what it's supposed to do.
The cable does exactly what it's designed to do. I love that I can get it in 2m or 4m lengths. The quality of the cable seems grea The cable does exactly what it's designed to do. I love that I can get it in 2m or 4m lengths. The quality of the cable seems great, I haven't had mine break in the year and a half that I've owned it, but the Apple Store will replace it within two years if it does break - as long as a I keep my receipt.
I don't expect this cable to do 4K as the box clearly says "Mini-DisplayPort to HDTV" not "to UHDTV" …
- Written by Laurence D from Perth
1 of 3 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will this connect to a pre 2008 13 inch MacBook ?
- Asked by Ian G
- Aug 25, 2014
Will this connect to the new 21.5-inch iMac?
- Asked by Katy C
- Jul 25, 2014
No answers yet
It only says MacBook, can i use it to plug a second HDMI monitor on a MacMini
- Asked by Benoit H from Gatineau
- Feb 26, 2014
which video monitor connection gives the highest quality picture? HDMI? VGA? DVI? DisplayPort?
- Asked by Scott J from Culver City
- Sep 18, 2013
HDMI and DisplayPort give the best. But if it starts to slow down lower it down to DVI and if you re HDMI and DisplayPort give the best. But if it starts to slow down lower it down to DVI and if you really need to i think you should leave VGA as a last resort. …
- Answered by Regular D
- Mar 15, 2014