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• HDMI plug to DVI-D jack adapter
• Mates with DVI male cables
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This HDMI plug to DVI-D adapter allows the mating of HDMI to DVI Dual Link in a handy low cost adapter. This adapter will alow HD video (not audio) to be transmitted from one format to the other without having to buy new cables. Lifetime Warranty.


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Manhattan HDMI to DVI-D Cable (322782)

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HDMI Male to DVI-D 24+1 Male, Dual Link, 1 m (3 ft.

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  • HDMI 19-pin male to DVI-D 24+1 male
  • Connects an HDMI video source to a DVI-D display
  • Fully shielded to reduce EMI and other interference sources


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The Manhattan HDMI to DVI-D Cable delivers the brightest, most accurate colors and sharpest detail when connecting a high-definition television, LCD or plasma display, digital satellite receiver, DVD player, digital projector or other DVI- or HDMI-equipped display devices. Manhattan HDMI to DVI-D Cable is engineered and constructed of quality materials to deliver dependable transmissions in digital video applications. Full foil and braided shielding, molded boots with strain relief and protective PVC jackets help provide maximum conductivity and clear, crisp signal transmissions with reduced EMI interference and distortion.

  • HDMI 19-pin male to DVI-D 24+1 male
  • Connects an HDMI video source to a DVI-D display
  • Fully shielded to reduce EMI and other interference sources
  • Supports existing HD (720p, 1080i and 1080p @ 60 Hz), enhanced (480p) and standard (NTSC or PAL) video formats
  • Compatible with DVI-I and DVI-D interfaces
  • Molded PVC boot
  • Lifetime warranty

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HDMI to DVI adapter? Or an HDMI to DVI cable?

This article covers the following topics:

  1. DVI Connector
    1. DVI Connector Types:
  2. HDMI Connector
    1. HDMI Standardization Steps
  3. HDMI to DVI: Cable or Transition nickname?
  4. How to choose a cable or adapter?
  5. Which is better HDMI or DVI?
    1. Advantages and disadvantages of HDMI
      1. Advantages:
      2. Disadvantages:

How do you choose the connector that will allow you to use your monitor or TV to its full potential? You’ve definitely seen HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA/D-Sub markings. In our material, we will talk about the DVI connector.

Often there is a situation when you need to connect a DVI monitor to HDMI, that is, you need to connect a modern satellite receiver or T2 set-top box with HDMI output to an old monitor with a DVI connector. Or a large number of peripheral devices are already connected to your TV or monitor and all HDMI connectors are busy. And there was only one free digital DVI input. A classic HDMI cable will not solve this problem. In this case, it is better to use an HDMI-DVI adapter or cable.

Manufacturers of consumer electronics accessories offer a wide variety of solutions for connecting audio and video devices to each other and to external media. However, the number of digital HDMI interfaces in the case is limited, so you should consider using alternative interfaces such as DVI.

This connector is gradually disappearing from new devices, but many previously purchased TVs, monitors, projectors are equipped with it and can be used for a long time.

DVI connector

There are several types of DVI connector. The main division is Single link (single mode) or Dual link (double mode). The former provides a maximum output resolution of up to 1920×1200 (60Hz) or 1920×1080 (75Hz). The second allows you to get screen resolutions of 2048×1536, 2560×1080, 2560×1600.

DVI connector types:

  • DVI-A Single Link – analog transmission only.
  • DVI-I – analog and digital transmission.
  • DVI-D – digital transmission only.

However, the biggest limitation for Single link is the maximum screen refresh rate. 60 Hz can only be squeezed out with Full HD. Dual Link allows much more. It has the following limitations:

  • 1920×1080 up to 144 Hz;
  • 2560×1080 up to 100Hz;
  • 2560×1440 up to 75Hz;
  • 3440×1440 up to 60 Hz;
  • 3840×2160 up to 30Hz.

When deciding on this type of connection, you should carefully examine the output of the video card and monitor. Only this will avoid mistakes when buying a cable. And it’s not difficult. The DVI standard is divided not only into single and double. This is best illustrated:

This is a diagram of the Female connectors from the Wiki. As you can see, there is a DVI-D connector in the Dual Link version, which means the widest possibilities for this type of connection.

HDMI connector

Next, consider the most common standard today. Of course, we are talking about HDMI, which is found in satellite and T2 receivers, set-top boxes and game consoles, monitors and TVs, etc. The port allows you to send not only video, but also audio.

HDMI started rather modestly. The first versions 1.0 and 1.1 can only support Full HD resolution up to 60Hz. However, a lot has changed since 2003.

HDMI Standards Milestones

HDMI 1.2 has enriched the socket with Quad HD resolution at 30Hz.

The next evolution (1.3) is an increase in throughput from 3.96 Gbps to 8.16 Gbps. This resulted in the screen refresh limit being pushed to 144Hz at 1080p and 75Hz at 1440p. Support for other resolutions has not been added.

But with version 1.4, support for 4K with a maximum frequency of 30 Hz appeared. The rest remained unchanged.

Until recently, the biggest problem with the port was the lack of support for ultra-wide resolutions (yes, even in 1.4). This may be why the 1.5, 1.6, etc. variants were not created.

Only version 2.0 was able to fill this gap and its appearance was a big step forward. In this case it is best to use transparent markers for a complete specification. The number of supported resolutions has grown to five.

HDMI 2.1 adds even more features in terms of even higher maximum resolution and data transfer. Read more about the latest version at the link HDMI Specification 2.1.

HDMI to DVI: cable or adapter?

How to connect DVI to HDMI? Studying the offers on the market in search of the best option for connecting devices with HDMI and DVI interfaces, there are basically two solutions:

  • Adapter , also known as a DVI to HDMI adapter. This is a standalone element equipped with two connectors – HDMI on one side, DVI on the other. The adapter will allow you to connect a satellite or T2 tuner, laptop or computer to the monitor. If two-way communication is required for correct operation of the devices, please make sure that the adapter works in both directions before purchasing.
  • The HDMI to DVI cable is one cable with different connectors on the ends. Connecting a DVI to HDMI cable does not require the use of additional items, such as adapters. While standard HDMI cables usually work on both ends, multi-terminal cables use a one-way principle. When choosing the right cable, pay attention to the direction in which the signal is transmitted, or purchase a more expensive two-way cable.

How to choose a cable or adapter?

As with any other choice, it all depends on the quality of the components. If we switch the signal from HDMI to DVI and it’s a permanent connection that we’re not going to change, a good quality bidirectional cable would be a very good solution.

When we already have a quality HDMI cable, it is worth resorting to buying a good HDMI to DVI adapter.

When choosing a cable for HDMI to DVI conversion, especially in the case of one-way transmission, make sure that it will work in the correct direction. This is especially important when a situation arises when you need to connect a computer to a TV via DVI-HDMI.

Which is better HDMI or DVI?

Both interfaces can carry a digital signal, but DVI can also work as an analog connector. Therefore, choosing through which it is better to connect a DVI or HDMI monitor, the answer is obvious. An interface that offers a lot more options, especially in recent versions, is the more modern HDMI.

  • HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital audio and video transmission technology that gained wide popularity in the 2000s. The idea of ​​introducing this standard was to freely connect electronic devices such as: digital TVs, monitors, computers, satellite receivers, DVD and Blu-ray players, game consoles, etc.
  • DVI (Digital Visual Interface) – appeared in 1999 as a successor to the previously popular analog VGA connector. It provides analog and digital transmission in Full HD resolution. DVI is gradually giving way to a new generation of DisplayPort connectors, which are an alternative to HDMI.

It’s easy to guess that the more modern HDMI interface is better in comparison. First of all, it is more popular and constantly evolving along with digital technologies, and therefore, in new versions, it offers the maximum data transfer capabilities in modern consumer electronics.

Advantages and disadvantages of HDMI

And finally, let’s outline the advantages and disadvantages of HDMI technology.

  • maximum HDMI cable length up to 15 m;
  • Image transmission up to 8K UltraHD @ 120Hz, HDMI 2.1 specification;
  • is a popular interface used as a standard by many consumer electronics manufacturers;
  • two-way data transfer.
  • the need to use signal amplifiers over long distances;
  • not always good quality and execution of wiring for non-certified products.

Whether you decide to buy a DVI to HDMI adapter or cable, be sure to pay attention to the quality of the product. Certified products will certainly be produced in accordance with the recommendations of organizations that introduce this interface to the market of electronic devices. This ensures that the cable, lugs and adapters are made of materials whose quality guarantees a stable connection and data transfer without damping. This is very important for user comfort and high quality audio-video.

HDMI -> DVI-D adapter. — QUANT



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Type: Adapter
Type of signal: Digital
Type: DVI -D -> HDMI
Description: Adapter DVI – D(female) -> HDMI(male)
Adapter HDMI F to DVI M 24+1pin is designed to connect digital sources and receivers not equipped with both DVI and HDMI connectors.
Country of manufacture: China

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