Dvi D Converter To Hdmi Downloadbackstage

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The video will transfer without a hitch, but DVI does not have audio options, so you will either need to use a DVI to HDMI converter or a DVI to HDMI adapter with audio. If you are sending the signal in reverse, the video will travel directly from the HDMI to the DVI adaptor, while the audio will need to connect to a sound card or another audio. Simply insert the adapter into a DVI port and complete the connection with an HDMI cable attached to your display source. In no time at all, you’ll enjoy showing images, videos, presentations and more in a bigger, better way.This pocket-sized adapter comes in handy for a number of occasions and travels easily.

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I love my little Raspberry Pi computer, but wasn’t using it much because it only has HDMI and composite video out. The monitor on my desk doesn’t have HDMI, so I was looking for an HDMI-to-DVI converter. At the local flea market, I stumbled a lovely little adapter which I got for a dollar. It appeared to have a jack appropriate for an HDMI cable on one side, and the male side of a DVI plug on the other. My plan was to plug this into the monitor, then run a standard HDMI cable to the Raspberry.

But when I got home, I found that the DVI end would not plug into my monitor. I couldn’t figure out why not, as it looked like there were 24 signal pins on both. Then I noticed that there were actually 4 extra pins on the adapter around the spade contact. The internet said that these were analog pins, so I decided to take a chance and try to convert the adapter to fit into my monitor. Nothing to lose; even if I destroyed the adapter, it was already unusable in its present state.

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Incidentally, it works great!

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