OverviewHDMI is backward-compatible with DVI, so the Belkin HDMI to DVI-D Cable allows you to connect HDMI-enabled home theatre components such as your Apple TV, DVD player/recorder, HD cable/satellite box, and gaming console to the DVI port of your AV receiver or HDTV. It can also connect your DVI-enabled components to the HDMI port of your AV receiver or HDTV.
- Delivers the clearest high-definition digital video signal to your home theatre display
- Connects all your HDMI-enabled components to your DVI port, while delivering the maximum bandwidth for all resolutions up to 1080p
- 24k-gold connectors for a precise contact and maximum conductivity
- Superior shielding to isolate outside noise and reduce cross talk and interference
- Integrated strain relief and flexible PVC jacket to protect the cable and connector from strain and wear
- Convenient 6.6-foot length
Did you notice?Built to last with integrated strain relief and flexible PVC jacket.
Apple Recommends ForHook up your Mac to HDMI-compatible devices so you can watch video in clearer, high-definition quality.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin HDMI to DVI-D Cable (2 m/6.6 ft.)
- Cable type : HDMI to DVI Cable
- Connections : DVI-D,HDMI port
- Mfr. Part Number : AV10136yw2M-APL
- UPC or EAN No. : 722868904909
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- Warranty : Limited lifetime
Ratings & Reviews
Swings both ways
I bought this to connect my older Mac Mini to an HDMI input of my AV system. The packaging, when it arrived, implied it was for th e opposite: Connecting the more recent HDMI output of a Mac to the DVI input of a monitor. I had a slight panic, but then thought about HDMI and DVI... very similar digitally. Took a chance that the cable was nothing but a connector change and a re-routing of wires, no active nothing. That turned out to be correct -- works just fine in my application. Initially I have it plugged into the front HDMI input, where it looks awful, the white cable into my black AV gear, but oh well. I'll get it moved around back and no one will know.
Four stars because the AV end and cable are white. AV gear has been almost entirely black for years. White is just dumb for this application. …
- Written by Ben W from Glasgow
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
I hava a macbook with retina display. Is this the cord I would need to connect to my projector? It has a RGB/YCbCr port.
- Asked by Joel Y from Poulsbo
- May 5, 2013