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?Conveniently transmits both digital audio and video signals between your MacBook and HDTV.
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: 6.5 ft./2 m
- Connections: HDMI port, Mini DisplayPort
- Macbooks with Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt Port
- Mfr. Part Number: F2CD035yw2M-APL
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868904992
- 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
- *Audio transfer is available on MacBook models with Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt port.
Ratings & Reviews
Worked for just a few weeks...
While this cable worked perfectly for the first few weeks, the image on the tv slowly deteriorated after use. I kept the cable alw While this cable worked perfectly for the first few weeks, the image on the tv slowly deteriorated after use. I kept the cable always plugged in, so there was no possibility of damage due to bending or abuse. Even though the image was bad, I continued to use it until it was completely useless, which was a mistake because I let the warranty expire (I didn't even know it had a warranty to begin with). I am very disappointed. …
- Written by Vianca V from Williamstown
169 of 195 people found this useful
A regrettable purchase
Was working fine at first and had no issues then two weeks later after inactivity the cord doesn't even work anymore. TV won't det Was working fine at first and had no issues then two weeks later after inactivity the cord doesn't even work anymore. TV won't detect it and my macbook pro just keeps flashing blue.
Not to mention how much I paid for this cord.
Save your money and find a more reliable brand. …
- Written by Camille R from Richmond
141 of 151 people found this useful
Works PERFECTLY - a great solution!
This is the perfect solution to connect your Mini DisplayPort-equipped Mac to your HDTV.
It worked 100% out of the box and is f This is the perfect solution to connect your Mini DisplayPort-equipped Mac to your HDTV.
It worked 100% out of the box and is far less unwieldy than using the version that ends in a female HDMI socket, requiring connecting a separate HDMI cable between it and your TV.
Given the price difference between this and the unit that just provides the jack is minimal, I would highly recommend this product for a "one piece" connectivity solution. …
- Written by William K from Louisville
85 of 128 people found this useful
Really terrible cable
I wish I could upload the pic of what this cable did after a few months of light, infrequent use. Before it broke, I'd sometimes u I wish I could upload the pic of what this cable did after a few months of light, infrequent use. Before it broke, I'd sometimes use the cable to stream video to my tv from my Macbook Pro. The part that you insert into the Macbook came completely unattached from the rest of the cord. This product is so cheaply made - it's ridiculous. And terrible. I tried to give it ZERO stars, but this site won't allow that. :( …
- Written by Sameera H from Marina del Rey
5 of 6 people found this useful
Don't buy this.
I bought this product in April. By June, it was no longer working reliably. Today, it is not working at all. This is the biggest I bought this product in April. By June, it was no longer working reliably. Today, it is not working at all. This is the biggest waste of money and Belkin customer service is a joke. I wish I had read the reviews before purchasing this..... …
- Written by Brecia Y from South Chesterfield
5 of 5 people found this useful
After talking to one of the employees at apple to check if this product worked. My first time using it, it didnt work. I have a 20 After talking to one of the employees at apple to check if this product worked. My first time using it, it didnt work. I have a 2012 Macbook pro, the display worked but it had a ugly green tint, after updating the software, changing the setting on my Macbook and TV it still didn't work. …
- Written by Marian T from Broome
7 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
can i use this to connect my PS4 to my iMac 27in monitor or do i need something else like a capture device
- Asked by Andrew P from Akron
- Jul 31, 2014
Can I plug this into my Macbook Pro 13 inch (Early 2011) and then directly into the back of my tv or do I need something else?
- Asked by John M from Augusta
- Jul 22, 2013
yes this adapter will work you just need to go to the speaker\sound setting and change it from lapto yes this adapter will work you just need to go to the speaker\sound setting and change it from laptop speaker to tv speaker and then you can hear sound from tv …
- Answered by Cuahutemoc F from Lawrenceville
- Aug 16, 2013
It only says MacBook, can i use it to plug a second HDMI monitor on a MacMini
- Asked by Benoit H from Gatineau
- Feb 25, 2014
which video monitor connection gives the highest quality picture? HDMI? VGA? DVI? DisplayPort?
- Asked by Scott J from Culver City
- Sep 17, 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