Moshi's Mini DisplayPort to HDMI signal format adapter is a compact and stylish adapter that can seamlessly connect your Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt-based MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini or Mac Pro* to any HDMI display. Moshi's adapter can support full HD at 1080p. It has also been designed to eliminate clutter and to allow for multiple devices to be connected to adjacent ports at the same time.
- HDMI v1.3 compliant supporting full HD display at 1080p
- Aluminium casing minimizes EM interference
- Compact design allows unobstructed adjacent port access
- Supports HDMI audio pass-through for MacBook/MacBook Pro and iMac*
Did you notice?Connect your Mac with Mini DisplayPort to an HDTV or display with HDMI connections using an HDMI cable (sold separately).
Apple Recommends ForConnecting your Mac to any HDMI display quickly and easily.
What's in the Box?
- Moshi Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter (with audio)
- User's manual
- Cable Length: 13.5cm/5.3in.
- Connections: HDMI port, Mini DisplayPort
- Weight: 50g
- Mfr. Part Number: 99MO023203
- UPC or EAN No.: 4712052311381
- 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.
- *Audio support is only available for MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 and later), MacBook (Mid 2010 and later), MacBook Air (Late 2010 and later), Mac mini (Mid 2010 and later) and iMac (Late 2009 and later).
Ratings & Reviews
How you know if it is supported w/o guessing.
The best solution, instead of trying to figure out the date your mac was born and the cut-off, etc... 1. Click on the Apple Icon The best solution, instead of trying to figure out the date your mac was born and the cut-off, etc... 1. Click on the Apple Icon in the top left corner of the screen. 2. Click "About this Mac." 3. Click "More Info." 4. Click on "Audio (Built In)." *** If you see "HDMI Output or HDMI/DisplayPort Output - Then you are GOLDEN!!!! If not, you are like me and extremely frustrated ;-).
Reference: Mac Help: "Playing HD audio and video from a Mac on an HDTV." …
- Written by Michael M from Orlando
3286 of 3414 people found this useful
MDP to HDMI with audio!!
I'm using the Moshi adapter on my mid-2010 uni-body 13 inch MacBook Pro, and it carries full HD along with audio to my LCD TV. On I'm using the Moshi adapter on my mid-2010 uni-body 13 inch MacBook Pro, and it carries full HD along with audio to my LCD TV. On one HDMI cable, I'm a happy customer. …
- Written by David B from orlando
796 of 888 people found this useful
My MBP on the Big Screen :)
Ok. I've got this baby connected to my 17" MBP i7-620M GeForce GT 330M w/8 GB (Mid 2010), which is connected to my Denon AVR. I Ok. I've got this baby connected to my 17" MBP i7-620M GeForce GT 330M w/8 GB (Mid 2010), which is connected to my Denon AVR. I had to go to System Preferences >Audio>Output(tab)>and click on the the proper output. Works fine.
.avi through quicktime... no problem.
music file through iTunes...no problem.
video on YouTube...no problem.
The silver aluminum casing on the adapter also matches the MBP perfectly. Looks and feels of high quality. I definitely recommend this! …
- Written by audrey L from Cupertino
418 of 490 people found this useful
Worked ok for a few days
I'm another person with the same issue. The adapter worked OK for a few days, the video signal has been snowy ever since, and gett I'm another person with the same issue. The adapter worked OK for a few days, the video signal has been snowy ever since, and getting worse. Audio cuts out intermittently. We've given up on this now, and about to try a Belkin one instead.
Apple, you should consider not stocking these. …
- Written by Nick W from Morrinsville
1 of 1 people found this useful
I had the same problem with many others
It worked for a few month and then won't work now. Moshi need to fix this or apple come up with their own adaptors!
- Written by HAIBIN W from North Ryde
6 of 6 people found this useful
Not worth the money
Like the bulk of the reports - it originally works just fine and then a few months later it's "give it a wiggle and it might work" Like the bulk of the reports - it originally works just fine and then a few months later it's "give it a wiggle and it might work".
Most times it doesn't. It's most likely NOT your HDMI cable (I bought another - "it's got to be the cheaper item"). Wrong, the Moshi HDMI has failed. It might show occasional vision but no audio.
That was an expensive mistake. I see Apple are "discontinuing stocking this item". I wonder why? …
- Written by Quentin H from SHENTON PARK
4 of 4 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
can i use this to connect my ps3 to my new 21.5" imac (the cheapest one)
- Asked by Nicholas P
- Sep 13, 2010
No. Only the 27" iMac supports video input, and that has to be Displayport input, so you'd need a mu No. Only the 27" iMac supports video input, and that has to be Displayport input, so you'd need a much more expensive converter even the 21.5" did video input. …
- Answered by Noble B from Ellensburg
- Sep 23, 2010
what cable do I need to connect my imac 2011computer to a HD Digital LED TV
- Asked by Ina T from Bronx
- Nov 8, 2013
- Asked about: Apple HDMI to HDMI Cable 1.8 m
What cable do I need to attach my MacBook Pro 13" mid 2010 to HDMI Moniter ?
- Asked by Carol C from Hastings
- Mar 21, 2013
- Asked about: Apple HDMI to HDMI Cable 1.8 m
I purchased an HDMI to Mini DisplayPort too hook to an extra monitor and that is working great
- Answered by Carol C from Hastings
- Mar 26, 2013
I was told to buy this to connect my uverse cable box to my new 27in iMac to watch TV using the monitor, is this true that it should work?
- Asked by Terancia C from Miami Beach
- Oct 21, 2011
With a lot of exhausting research on many sites and support communities......oh and four visits to t With a lot of exhausting research on many sites and support communities......oh and four visits to the Apple Store and speaking to Apple Support. You cannot connect your ATT Uverse cable box to your 2011 iMac to watch TV........that's such a bummer. Then monitor is perfect for it. Still if anyone knows if something is coming out to rectify this, I'm all ears!!!! …
- Answered by Terancia C from Miami Beach
- Oct 25, 2011
this cable work with mac book pro 2009
- Asked by Moroni Z from Somerville
- Dec 10, 2010
You will need to buy separate cables for audio to work. Audio is not supported through HDMI for MacB You will need to buy separate cables for audio to work. Audio is not supported through HDMI for MacBook Pros before 2010. …
- Answered by Adam T from Millville
- Dec 31, 2010