Griffin's Video Display Converter is a two-in-one solution to convert Mini DisplayPort video output to two high-definition formats—DVI (Digital Visual Interface) and HDMI (High-Definition Media Interface). Use with your existing cabling to convert the Mini DP signal to HDMI or single-link DVI and enjoy high-resolution video from your MacBook or Macbook Pro on the big screen.
- Converts video output from your Mini DisplayPort source to DVI or HDMI monitors, displays and projectors
- Transfers digital video at resolutions up to 1920 X 1200 (resolution is limited by the display itself)
- Display video on DVI- and HDMI-enabled high-resolution projectors, external displays (including 30-in. Apple Cinema Display)
- Supports HDMI audio passthrough for select systems*
- Two converters in one
- Snap-on HDMI-to-DVI adapter for DVI video input
Did you notice?A two-in-one solution that lets you watch video from your Mac with Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt port on HDMI or DVI devices.
Apple Recommends ForViewing high-definition video from your MacBook or MacBook Pro with Mini DisplayPort on external monitors, displays and projectors.
What's in the Box?
- Griffin Video Display Converter (Male Mini DisplayPort Connector)
- Snap-on female HDMI-to-DVI adapter
- Connections: DVI-D, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI port
- Length: 4 in./101.6mm
- Mac OS X v.10.3 or later
- Mfr. Part Number: 3036-MDPHDMI
- UPC or EAN No.: 085387303944
- 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: One-year limited (For details, please visit www.griffintechnology.com/content/warranty/.)
- *Audio support is only available for 13-, 15-, and 17-inch MacBook Pro models released in mid-2010 or later; or for 21.5- and 27-inch iMac models released in early 2010 or later.
Ratings & Reviews
Re: Be Warned Video Only
This is a response to CM of Sebring's review: I researched the mini display port and this is what i came across "MacBook Pro (Mid This is a response to CM of Sebring's review: I researched the mini display port and this is what i came across "MacBook Pro (Mid 2010), and MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010) computers supply an audio signal from the Mini-DisplayPort."
Now this is directly from an apple support page so i know i am not wrong. Not all Mini Display Port to HDMI cables allow the transfer of audio. Since i am not allowed to post the URL, just google mini display port to hdmi with audio and click on the first link you see which is an apple support page. It will explain everything. I hope this is useful to everyone …
- Written by Matthew M from Milford
222 of 253 people found this useful
Great, Works Just as Advertised
Although it is not as flexible as I would have liked, this adapter does a great job transmitting an HD signal and audio from my 20 Although it is not as flexible as I would have liked, this adapter does a great job transmitting an HD signal and audio from my 2010 MBP to my HDMI equipped TV. …
- Written by Zach T from Marstons Mills
107 of 116 people found this useful
Mini DisplayPort > HDMI > DVI-D not DVI-I
Not compatible with DVI-I. The product does not work for DVI-I plugs, common to many flat screen TVs built in the pre-digital TV t Not compatible with DVI-I. The product does not work for DVI-I plugs, common to many flat screen TVs built in the pre-digital TV tuner era. Nowhere on this site or on the product's packaging does it specify which type of DVI, so before you buy be sure you know whether you need DVI-I or DVI-D.
Product consists of two pieces: 1)Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 2)HDMI to DVI-D. The first adapter connects snugly with my MacBook. The adapter will not accidentally slide out of the MacBook, even with the weight of an HDMI cord plugged into its HDMI output. …
- Written by Aaron J from Seattle
118 of 140 people found this useful
mini display to HDMI cable
The mini display port to HDMI cable worked very well for a year or so then I started experiencing problems, the LCD TV was not det The mini display port to HDMI cable worked very well for a year or so then I started experiencing problems, the LCD TV was not detecting input. Almost all the time, I would have to adjust the cable for the input to be detected. …
- Written by Sudarsan R from Mulgrave
2 of 2 people found this useful
it works with hdmi video and audio
at first there was no audio video worked great i called apple and was disappointed apple was not able to help. i called griffith a at first there was no audio video worked great i called apple and was disappointed apple was not able to help. i called griffith and they solved the audio problem go to system preference chose sound go to to output and select your tv from the list and wala audio works, i hope this helps out for some …
- Written by IVETTE I from LAKELAND
11 of 11 people found this useful
Works great on Imac
Used this adapter on my Imac and now have a dual screen 21,5" Imac and 24" monitor. Plug and play, very easy.
- Written by Michael S from Nieuw Vennep
9 of 10 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
can i connect my xbox 360 to my macbook pro with this?
- Asked by Nick S from Evans
- May 18, 2010
No. the MiniDisplay Port is an output-only source.
- Answered by Jason C from Davie
- Jun 16, 2010
Can I go from my Mac Book Pro (2013) to project on my iMac (2009) mini DV in port using this cable? Sound and video?
- Asked by Constantine O from Chadstone
- Dec 2, 2013
Can I connect my Xbox to my Cinema Display using the DisplayPort?
- Asked by Janelle Z from Steamboat Springs
- Nov 3, 2012
I think so, if you use the kanex adapter it is in the cables section under mac accessories.
- Answered by Jj C from La Crescenta
- Jan 31, 2013
Will this cable allow me to connect a Cintiq 12WX to a 15inch Macbook Pro Retina display?
- Asked by Mel C from Savannah
- Sep 6, 2012
I want to connect my MacBook Pro to my Sony Bravia LCD TV, which cable connections do I need?
- Asked by Amanda K from Manly
- Dec 13, 2010
I have Apple TV, but just realized my TV does not have HDMI - which port, if any, can i use? Do i just get a converter?
- Asked by Robert R from Charlotte
- Jan 24, 2011
Yes... but there are many options. It all depends on your TV's inputs. If it was Component or Compos Yes... but there are many options. It all depends on your TV's inputs. If it was Component or Composite in then there are converter boxes to go from HDMI to those sources. Best Buy and others sell these boxes.
If your TV has VGA in then there are simpler ways to go; there are HDMI to VGA cables and adapters, but keep in mind VGA doesn't support audio so you would have to attach your Apple TV's audio out also. …
- Answered by David A from Wolcott
- Mar 5, 2013