Easily connect an HDMI source to a DVI display or a DVI source to an HDMI display using Sewell’s DVI-D to HDMI Cable.
Home theaters are better now than they’ve ever been before. The only drawback is that means more pieces of hardware that all need to be able to communicate with each other. Some use component video, some use HDMI, and others use DVI. How are you supposed to get all of these things to work together if they all use different connectors? Luckily the answer is simple: there are various adapters that allow you to easily connect all of these components together. Sewell’s DVI-D to HDMI cable is a simple way to connect an HDMI source (like your Blu-Ray player or console) to a DVI display (like a projector, plasma TV, or even a DVI monitor).
What is the D in DVI-D?
DVI (Digital Video Interface) is a type of video connector, like HDMI or component video. There are three types of DVI connectors: DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I. DVI-A is Analog, so it can support analog signals (like VGA), but it can’t support digital signals (like HDMI). DVI-D is Digital, so it supports digital signals but not analog signals. DVI-I is Integrated, meaning it supports both digital and analog signals.
Mfg. Part Number
- Cable Length: 3 Ft
- Gauge: 28AWG
- Conductor: Bare Copper
- HDMI-DVI-D(24+1) Gold Plated
It is simple to use. I connect it to monitor.
Sewell provided the cable I ordered on Amazon quickly. It was a looong cord that made my old monitor available to my newer laptop. Thanks!
The cable doesnt work. Only works one or the other not both at the same time
No issues at all with the purchase, this is second one that I ordered for another PC setup. It is strong, reliable, no flickering and the price is reasonable. Would recommend!