Questions & Answers for Apple HDMI-to-HDMI Cable 1.8m
236 Questions from the Community
Yes. Any HDMI cable that supports 1080p is considered 'high speed'.
High Speed HDMI cable is designed and tested to handle video resolutions of 1080p and beyond, including advanced display technologies such as 4K, 3D, and Deep Color.
- Answered by James H from Gold Coast
- 07 22, 12
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (is this cable highspeed?)
What gauge is the apple TV HDMI cable is it AWG24 or bigger?
- Asked by Timothy P from Nelson
- 06 28, 14
- Flag as inappropriate (What gauge is the apple TV HDMI cable is it AWG24 or bigger?)
Will this work with my 15 inch Macbook pro 2014 version?
- Asked by Geoffrey K from Bethesda
- 01 8, 15
- Flag as inappropriate (Will this work with my 15 inch Macbook pro 2014 version?)
Is this the correct cable for a Mac Book Pro 5,5 to be connected to an LCD TV and will it provide both audio and visual output to the TV?
No, the iPod touch/iPhone and iPad only support viewing videos on an external display using the Apple Component AV Cable or Apple Composite AV Cable
- Answered by Lachlan W from Narre Warren N.
- 02 5, 11
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (I can browsing my files and internet on my iphone and watch there on tv by this cable)
What is the weight/mass of this cable in grams? (Without the packaging).
- Asked by Dennis B from Toronto
- 08 28, 12
- Flag as inappropriate (What is the weight/mass of this cable in grams? (Without the packaging).)
Last time I checked, this required a converter that on its input side plugs into the video out jack on the macbook AND the 1/8 inch audio out jack on the macbook, and on its output side has an HDMI jack. Then an HDMI cable like this one takes it from there.
At the time, Apple did not make such a converter, but somebody else did, and my local Apple store carried it.
I have not tried this technology yet, but I have done macbook to VGA input on a TV, and that worked fine (given the appropriate converter).
- Answered by Carolyn Z from Denver
- 12 3, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Does this cable work with a regular 13 inch Macbook? (not a Macbook Pro)? If not, is there a cable that will work?)
Please tell me, if apple digital av adapter and apple hdmi to hdmi cable 1.8 m is alone enough to mirror iphone 4S on LCD Tv.
Accessories required to mirror iphone 4s on LCD TV via only cables without apple TVBest Answer:
It alone works exceptionally very well.Apple products are beyond genious engineering.
No, not with this cable. But you could with the Apple Composite AV cable. Click on iPod Accessories > Cables > Apple Composite AV cable. The composite AV cable is if you have the red, yellow and white plugins on your TV. Or you could use the Component AV cable if you have the red, green and blue plugins on your TV.
- Answered by Brett M from Austin
- 11 18, 11
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (can i watch the HD films and videos from my IPOD classic 160 GB on my TV through this HDMI cable 1.8m ?)
What is the Gbps rating for the Apple HDMI cable?
- Asked by Ian C from Lincoln
- 01 11, 11
- Flag as inappropriate (What is the Gbps rating for the Apple HDMI cable?)
The 2009 Macbook has a mini-DVI port. It is not compatible with this cable.
- Answered by William C from Murrysville
- 11 9, 12
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Will this cable connect a Macbook (2009) to a monitor with an HDMI slot?)
This depends on the monitor.
If you have a monitor with hdmi, you just need an hdmi cable.
If you have a VGA or DVI monitor (they have connections that are bigger, like 1.5" wide), you will need a "mini-display port TO dvi" or "mini-display port TO vga" adapter.
(Check the back of your monitor, dvi is usually white port, lots of square shaped holes, vga is usually blue with round shaped holes)
- Answered by Mehmet B from Los Angeles
- 02 18, 15
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (i have a 15 inch MacBook pro with retina. What adaptor do I need to connect it to a monitor)
Can this device connect my iPod 80 GB to my home stereo receiver so that I can listen to music from my iPod on my stereo system?
- Asked by Jennifer R from Clackamas
- 11 24, 10
- Flag as inappropriate (Can this device connect my iPod 80 GB to my home stereo receiver so that I can listen to music from my iPod on my stereo system?)
No, HDMI cables cannot connect to iPod. You can purchase 3.5mm female-female cord if your home stereo has a audio in input ( with a 3.5mm jack, of course ). In the case of the 2 home stereo systems i've owned, one came with a iPod adapter, the other had one for sale on their website. Very simple device, my iPod slides into it and I can watch my videos, play my music, etc.
- Answered by Samuel A from Davison
- 11 26, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Can this device connect my iPod 80 GB to my home stereo receiver so that I can listen to music from my iPod on my stereo system?)
how long should my cables be for a apple tv setup
- Asked by Mark L from Castlegar
- 01 31, 14
- Flag as inappropriate (how long should my cables be for a apple tv setup)
Can the HDMI cable work with the old Apple TV?
- Asked by Isaac R from Veracruz
- 12 23, 10
- Flag as inappropriate (Can the HDMI cable work with the old Apple TV?)
Can you use to watch iphoto slide shows from an mac book pro on hdtv
- Asked by Dianne S from Portland
- 12 5, 12
- Flag as inappropriate (Can you use to watch iphoto slide shows from an mac book pro on hdtv)
What cable do I need to connect my Mac book Pro to a Samsung HDTV
- Asked by Bridgette K from Nassawadox
- 11 26, 12
- Flag as inappropriate (What cable do I need to connect my Mac book Pro to a Samsung HDTV)
How can I connect a year-old MBP to my Plasma TV and get the picture AND sound on the TV? The TV does not have any HDMI ports.
I have tried so many kits from Radio Shack and the Apple Store. I do not think my MBP can take an HDMI cable so I do not understand how this Apple HDMI to HDMI Cable works for some people. I know my plasma TV does not have any HDMI outlets which surprised me Could I have missed them? I highly doubt it but I thought all the HD LCD/Plasma TVs had HDMI outlets. I was thinking then I need the old fashioned red-white-yellow-black cables that used to come with old stereos. I would be so grateful if someone could help me. I was able to get an adapter kind of cable and that worked for the picture but there was no sound coming out the TV. Any ideas? Any Apple article that helps? With the questions posted here, it sounds so easy, but how do they get the HDMI cable to hook into their MBP? I have another 1.5 year-old MBP and I did not see any port that would take an HDMI cable.
- Asked by Kent T from Salt Lake City
- 12 11, 10
- Flag as inappropriate (How can I connect a year-old MBP to my Plasma TV and get the picture AND sound on the TV? The TV does not have any HDMI ports.)
All MacBook's have something on them called a Mini Display Port, which is the port that allows you to send video out of you MBP to a TV or a display. You have to get an adapter that allows you to get from a Mini DP, to a more universal video cable to connect to an external video source. Assuming your TV had an HDMI port on it, you would be able to connect your MacBook Pro to your TV with the Mini DP to HDMI adapter. Depending on which model MBP you have, it may or may not support audio as well. However, since you do not have a HDMI port available on your TV, you might need to get a different adapter to connect it to your TV. If you have a VGA or DVI port on the back of your TV, then you can get a Mini DP to VGA or Mini DP to DVI adapter, and use a VGA or DVI cable to connect it to your TV. The only issue with this is that audio is not supported by these cables, and you would need to use the headphone jack on your MBP to send audio out to your TV as well.
- Answered by George S from Granada Hills
- 12 15, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (How can I connect a year-old MBP to my Plasma TV and get the picture AND sound on the TV? The TV does not have any HDMI ports.)