• LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
  • LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
  • LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
  • LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
  • LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio
LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio

LinkS Active HDMI to VGA M/F Adapter converter cable w/ 3.5mm Stereo cable in white - Supports Audio

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  • Hdmi to VGA adapter facilitates to connect an HDMI compatible devices( laptops, desktops, apple TV etc.) to a projector/monitor with VGA port
  • Built-in IC chip converts HDMI digital signal to VGA analog signal, Supports Samsung Chromebook, MacBook with retina display and apple tv
  • Plug and play: no installation of any driver and software, A good solution for connecting your new HDMI compatible devices
  • Come with 3.5Mm stereo cable, It allows to connect your audio devices with the included audio cable to stream audio and video simultaneously
  • One year warranty from LinkS

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Have to give it 5 stars becuase it works. I bought an MK808 Mini-Android PC-on-a-stick for my mom so she can watch Korean YouTube on her TV.Except her TV is an ancient cheap LCD with no HDMI inputs. So I needed to find something that would transport both the audio and video from the MK808 to her TV.Best solution was using VGA connection and getting this device. I could have used an HDMI to DVI cable, except those cables don't have an audio option, like this converter does.Tested it out using the MK808, an old LCD PC monitor, and a pair of headphones. Worked as it should!One thing though: After making the connections to both ends of this device, I wrapped the connections with some colored electric tape to make sure nothing becomes disconnected. The HDMI end seemed snug, but REALLY snug-tight like on the back of a television, so taped that side up. The VGA side... look in the pic and notice the plastic body kind of has a concave curve on the edges... it seemed to me that the VGA cable may not be plugged in all the way because of that curved piece of plastic pushing against the collar of the VGA cable. One could probably just shave those plastic edges down if they want. I pushed in the VGA cable as far as it would go and taped that down and didn't seem to have any issues... but I think the VGA cable could come loose if it was for the tape. Small issue that really don't deserves the # of words I used to describe it. 5DOES not work with PSTV / Playstation TV Item arrived well packed in a padded envelope. There was no product package. It was just in a small zip-loc baggie. Item feels tight and well constructed but is incredibly light making it feel "cheap". It is also very small only a little bigger than a USB stick. I have an old Panasonic DLP projector and I tried it out on my laptop and smart VIZIO Blu-Ray player which only has an HDMI out for audio/video and it worked great... HOWEVER... this DOES NOT WORK for PlayStation TV (PSTV). This is probably to do with the HDCP handshake that is supposed to occur with compliant devices. Perhaps if it had a separate power source it could be programmed with something but there is no source plug and with its nearly weightlessness-like quality I imagine there is nothing more than a small PCB of sort inside.I give it 3-stars because it works well enough but not in all situations. 3It works.. Let's see how long it lasts. It works well thus far; if I have any problems with it, I will return here to adjust my views about this particular product. I do my best to take care of my belongings, so that I may decrease my expenses in response to the replacement of broken merchandise. Let's see how long it lasts. If it endures through time, then I may be inclined to purchase another; if it does not last, even if I take care of it, I will not purchase another of the same type any longer. The way in which I gauge quality is through the proportion of utility and longevity. If it works well, but only lasts a short time, then it is of a lousy quality; if it works average, in comparison to others of the same type, but lasts for an extended period of time, then it is of moderate quality; although if it works well and endures through long periods of time, then it is of superior quality. 5Product helped me play my Wii U on my PC monitor and have Audio in my speakers!! I am ecstatic that this product worked! For weeks I was trying to find the right cable/adapter and thankfully after ALOT researching, I found the right one. I was afraid it might not work as some people said it turned off after being overheated or it just didn t work right out of the box. I am actually using it to play my Wii U on my pc monitor in 1080p. My monitor doesn t have built in speakers, so I use external ones. This adapter helped route the audio to the speakers, as unfortunately for the Wii U, this isn t possible with just a regular HDMI cable. Now I FINALLY have audio when I play in HD! Definitely would recommend this for anyone who wants to play their Wii on a PC monitor and have sound. 5Great little adapter at a great little price... When I discovered that modern computers (e.g. the Intel NUC no longer have VGA ports, and possibly not even DVI or even display ports, I was getting a little worried. When HDMI was originally introduced to the market, it's big selling point was HDCP, which meant, by design, there should never be a way to connect non-HDMI displays to an HDMI video output.Fortunately, things are not quite as bleak as it would appear. This HDMI to VGA adapter works absolutely beautifully. I plugged it into my new computer, and was then able to continue using my old VGA-only monitor and my old speakers. And it's very reasonably priced to boot.My only minor complaint is the fact that there are no screw holes to tightly attach the VGA cable. So, if I ever jiggle the cables, the picture becomes all distorted. Fortunately, all the equipment is going to disappear under the desk, where there shouldn't be much risk of the cables being moved. 5Almost works but not quite. I bought this to work with my Raspberry Pi B+ so I could use an extra monitor that I have with it. Unfortunately it does not work with my Raspberry Pi. I can use any TV I have with an HDMI port just fine and I can use the adapter with my Roku and it works fine. It seems like this adapter would be fine for another use just not for a Raspberry Pi.Other than that the adapter seems ok. It is very small. If the VGA cable has any weight to it it seems like it might damage the HDMI port. The included 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable is very cheap (really thin cord). Really could use some nuts for the VGA cable screws to attach to.EDIT: I have finally been able to get this to work with my Raspberry Pi B+. You must edit the startup config to enable "hdmi_force_hotplug=1". This is because the adapter does not provide a sufficient signal to the Pi to make it autodetect HDMI so it must be manually forced. After getting it to work I still have some issues, it will sometimes have the colors way off or have huge artifacts on the screen. I can unplug and then reconnect it and it will work again. It seems to to it more the long it has been used. I have not seen this issue with other devices that I have tried it with. For this reason I can not recommend it for a Raspberry Pi. 2Does what I wanted it to do. Got this to hook up a Wii U to a VGA projector (Sanyo XTrax). Works pretty well generally; the picture is ultra sharp and the audio output works. I'd seen other people say the sound signal was too quiet, but I haven't had that issue - I've got it running to a stereo and it's doing fine. There might be a very quiet hum when the games have no sound outputting, but nothing you'd notice if you weren't looking for it. Other'n that, everything sounds just like it should, and there's no interruptions or weird artifacts in the sound signal.As far as the video, the clarity is great, nice and crisp, but there seems to be a very slight motion-blur effect on games with fast motion (we were playing Super Smash Bros when I noticed it). I'm very particular about stuff like that in general and will often notice things nobody else does, so it might not even be something you'd take note of... and it's very slight - it didn't impede my ability to play at all, but I figured I may as well point it out to help people make an informed decision. I don't know if any HDMI to VGA adapter would have that, or if it's specific to this one. And again, I'm really picky about stuff like that but it's really not much of a problem, in my opinion.I also read something about some people saying the color was washed out, and I'd say that I DO notice that a bit, but again, it's slight. I tried messing with all my projector settings and really couldn't get it looking much better than it did by default, so that might just be something the adapter does. I'd say the BIGGEST issue (or potentially the biggest, depending on what you plan on doing with the adapter) with the video is that a little bit of the edge of the screen is cut off when I use this adapter. I don't know if that's the adapter's fault, or my projector's, but I've adjusted everything I can on my projector and there's still a little bit of each side of the picture cut off from the image. Not very much, but it could be an issue if you're particular about things like that.Bottom line, I'd say I'm quite pleased with this product. It enabled me to do exactly what I wanted to, and for a reasonable price. 4So Close! (Read if going to use with Raspberry Pi) So close! Could have been 5 stars. This work just fine (worth 5 stars) for what this is. A way to take a device that outputs video and sound via HDMI and connect it to a VGA monitor with sound going somewhere else, like speakers.So why 4 stars? Simple. I needed this for a Raspberry Pi (version 3 B) and at first it did not work. No documentation on what could be going wrong. After a bit of testing, I confirmed everything else was working - R Pi worked on my TV via HDMI and a my laptop worked with the VGA monitor. So it "had to be" the adapter. NOPE, I found that there were some setting in the CONFIG.TXT file for the R Pi boot up that by default are commented out (#) and that by enabling these setting/lines, BAM, adapter works.Now in fairness, they have no way of knowing what crazy things we are going to do with these kinds of products. But in noting that others have reported these as not working with the Raspberry Pi systems, they could do much better by just noting that these types of systems will need to be setup to boot correctly to take advantage of this device.So, great device and a good pick for us builders who have more VGA monitors than TVs working with the Raspberry Pi systems. Just needed to know to change some settings on the Pi. 4Small and Powerful This product works perfectly ! I have three daisy chained projectors in our training facility and this device allowed me to display my chromebook desktop on all three. I had purchased another product and it would only send the signal to the first projector.Pros: Size (very small and takes up little room in my bag), Sturdy (Like a USB Stick, it is all one piece), Signal Strength (I have used it with a chromebook to display my desktop on up to 4 daisy chained projectors, I routinely use it for a 3 daisy chain projector setup)Cons: So far I have had NO issues with this product and have not found anything I don't like08-15-2016 -- This product is so good that I purchased several more, I have used it on PS4, XBOX 360 various laptops and docking stations and this product has never let me down. This has become the go to device for my Techie friends and co-workers. GREAT PRODUCT ! 5Don't go with the cheaper one! I have an Ultrabook with a lower res touch screen and had a couple of monitors laying around that I never use again. The Ultrabook only has an HDMI out, so I went looking for a solution. My first purchase was a dirt-cheap black box cable extender. I'm sure that you are looking at this thing going 'Man, this is way more expensive than the other one.' It is more but here is the kicker: I went through two of them in less than three months. They both overheated and broke, the soldering was useless and the wires were way to small to handle the data. This one works like a charm, doesn't heat up at all and is narrow enough to work directly next to a USB port so you can plug in a thumb drive, etc. I can't speak to hi-res performance as I only use my laptop for internet, email and light gaming but I haven't had a single problem with screen flash, refresh rates etc. Don't waste your money on a cheaper item, go right for this and get a couple of more years out of those old VGA monitors you've got laying around. 5
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Have to give it 5 stars becuase it works. I bought an MK808 Mini-Android PC-on-a-stick for my mom so she can watch Korean YouTube on her TV.Except her TV is an ancient cheap LCD with no HDMI inputs. So I needed to find something that would transport both the audio and video from the MK808 to her TV.Best solution was using VGA connection and getting this device. I could have used an HDMI to DVI cable, except those cables don't have an audio option, like this converter does.Tested it out using the MK808, an old LCD PC monitor, and a pair of headphones. Worked as it should!One thing though: After making the connections to both ends of this device, I wrapped the connections with some colored electric tape to make sure nothing becomes disconnected. The HDMI end seemed snug, but REALLY snug-tight like on the back of a television, so taped that side up. The VGA side... look in the pic and notice the plastic body kind of has a concave curve on the edges... it seemed to me that the VGA cable may not be plugged in all the way because of that curved piece of plastic pushing against the collar of the VGA cable. One could probably just shave those plastic edges down if they want. I pushed in the VGA cable as far as it would go and taped that down and didn't seem to have any issues... but I think the VGA cable could come loose if it was for the tape. Small issue that really don't deserves the # of words I used to describe it. 5DOES not work with PSTV / Playstation TV Item arrived well packed in a padded envelope. There was no product package. It was just in a small zip-loc baggie. Item feels tight and well constructed but is incredibly light making it feel "cheap". It is also very small only a little bigger than a USB stick. I have an old Panasonic DLP projector and I tried it out on my laptop and smart VIZIO Blu-Ray player which only has an HDMI out for audio/video and it worked great... HOWEVER... this DOES NOT WORK for PlayStation TV (PSTV). This is probably to do with the HDCP handshake that is supposed to occur with compliant devices. Perhaps if it had a separate power source it could be programmed with something but there is no source plug and with its nearly weightlessness-like quality I imagine there is nothing more than a small PCB of sort inside.I give it 3-stars because it works well enough but not in all situations. 3It works.. Let's see how long it lasts. It works well thus far; if I have any problems with it, I will return here to adjust my views about this particular product. I do my best to take care of my belongings, so that I may decrease my expenses in response to the replacement of broken merchandise. Let's see how long it lasts. If it endures through time, then I may be inclined to purchase another; if it does not last, even if I take care of it, I will not purchase another of the same type any longer. The way in which I gauge quality is through the proportion of utility and longevity. If it works well, but only lasts a short time, then it is of a lousy quality; if it works average, in comparison to others of the same type, but lasts for an extended period of time, then it is of moderate quality; although if it works well and endures through long periods of time, then it is of superior quality. 5Product helped me play my Wii U on my PC monitor and have Audio in my speakers!! I am ecstatic that this product worked! For weeks I was trying to find the right cable/adapter and thankfully after ALOT researching, I found the right one. I was afraid it might not work as some people said it turned off after being overheated or it just didn t work right out of the box. I am actually using it to play my Wii U on my pc monitor in 1080p. My monitor doesn t have built in speakers, so I use external ones. This adapter helped route the audio to the speakers, as unfortunately for the Wii U, this isn t possible with just a regular HDMI cable. Now I FINALLY have audio when I play in HD! Definitely would recommend this for anyone who wants to play their Wii on a PC monitor and have sound. 5Great little adapter at a great little price... When I discovered that modern computers (e.g. the Intel NUC no longer have VGA ports, and possibly not even DVI or even display ports, I was getting a little worried. When HDMI was originally introduced to the market, it's big selling point was HDCP, which meant, by design, there should never be a way to connect non-HDMI displays to an HDMI video output.Fortunately, things are not quite as bleak as it would appear. This HDMI to VGA adapter works absolutely beautifully. I plugged it into my new computer, and was then able to continue using my old VGA-only monitor and my old speakers. And it's very reasonably priced to boot.My only minor complaint is the fact that there are no screw holes to tightly attach the VGA cable. So, if I ever jiggle the cables, the picture becomes all distorted. Fortunately, all the equipment is going to disappear under the desk, where there shouldn't be much risk of the cables being moved. 5Almost works but not quite. I bought this to work with my Raspberry Pi B+ so I could use an extra monitor that I have with it. Unfortunately it does not work with my Raspberry Pi. I can use any TV I have with an HDMI port just fine and I can use the adapter with my Roku and it works fine. It seems like this adapter would be fine for another use just not for a Raspberry Pi.Other than that the adapter seems ok. It is very small. If the VGA cable has any weight to it it seems like it might damage the HDMI port. The included 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable is very cheap (really thin cord). Really could use some nuts for the VGA cable screws to attach to.EDIT: I have finally been able to get this to work with my Raspberry Pi B+. You must edit the startup config to enable "hdmi_force_hotplug=1". This is because the adapter does not provide a sufficient signal to the Pi to make it autodetect HDMI so it must be manually forced. After getting it to work I still have some issues, it will sometimes have the colors way off or have huge artifacts on the screen. I can unplug and then reconnect it and it will work again. It seems to to it more the long it has been used. I have not seen this issue with other devices that I have tried it with. For this reason I can not recommend it for a Raspberry Pi. 2Does what I wanted it to do. Got this to hook up a Wii U to a VGA projector (Sanyo XTrax). Works pretty well generally; the picture is ultra sharp and the audio output works. I'd seen other people say the sound signal was too quiet, but I haven't had that issue - I've got it running to a stereo and it's doing fine. There might be a very quiet hum when the games have no sound outputting, but nothing you'd notice if you weren't looking for it. Other'n that, everything sounds just like it should, and there's no interruptions or weird artifacts in the sound signal.As far as the video, the clarity is great, nice and crisp, but there seems to be a very slight motion-blur effect on games with fast motion (we were playing Super Smash Bros when I noticed it). I'm very particular about stuff like that in general and will often notice things nobody else does, so it might not even be something you'd take note of... and it's very slight - it didn't impede my ability to play at all, but I figured I may as well point it out to help people make an informed decision. I don't know if any HDMI to VGA adapter would have that, or if it's specific to this one. And again, I'm really picky about stuff like that but it's really not much of a problem, in my opinion.I also read something about some people saying the color was washed out, and I'd say that I DO notice that a bit, but again, it's slight. I tried messing with all my projector settings and really couldn't get it looking much better than it did by default, so that might just be something the adapter does. I'd say the BIGGEST issue (or potentially the biggest, depending on what you plan on doing with the adapter) with the video is that a little bit of the edge of the screen is cut off when I use this adapter. I don't know if that's the adapter's fault, or my projector's, but I've adjusted everything I can on my projector and there's still a little bit of each side of the picture cut off from the image. Not very much, but it could be an issue if you're particular about things like that.Bottom line, I'd say I'm quite pleased with this product. It enabled me to do exactly what I wanted to, and for a reasonable price. 4So Close! (Read if going to use with Raspberry Pi) So close! Could have been 5 stars. This work just fine (worth 5 stars) for what this is. A way to take a device that outputs video and sound via HDMI and connect it to a VGA monitor with sound going somewhere else, like speakers.So why 4 stars? Simple. I needed this for a Raspberry Pi (version 3 B) and at first it did not work. No documentation on what could be going wrong. After a bit of testing, I confirmed everything else was working - R Pi worked on my TV via HDMI and a my laptop worked with the VGA monitor. So it "had to be" the adapter. NOPE, I found that there were some setting in the CONFIG.TXT file for the R Pi boot up that by default are commented out (#) and that by enabling these setting/lines, BAM, adapter works.Now in fairness, they have no way of knowing what crazy things we are going to do with these kinds of products. But in noting that others have reported these as not working with the Raspberry Pi systems, they could do much better by just noting that these types of systems will need to be setup to boot correctly to take advantage of this device.So, great device and a good pick for us builders who have more VGA monitors than TVs working with the Raspberry Pi systems. Just needed to know to change some settings on the Pi. 4Small and Powerful This product works perfectly ! I have three daisy chained projectors in our training facility and this device allowed me to display my chromebook desktop on all three. I had purchased another product and it would only send the signal to the first projector.Pros: Size (very small and takes up little room in my bag), Sturdy (Like a USB Stick, it is all one piece), Signal Strength (I have used it with a chromebook to display my desktop on up to 4 daisy chained projectors, I routinely use it for a 3 daisy chain projector setup)Cons: So far I have had NO issues with this product and have not found anything I don't like08-15-2016 -- This product is so good that I purchased several more, I have used it on PS4, XBOX 360 various laptops and docking stations and this product has never let me down. This has become the go to device for my Techie friends and co-workers. GREAT PRODUCT ! 5Don't go with the cheaper one! I have an Ultrabook with a lower res touch screen and had a couple of monitors laying around that I never use again. The Ultrabook only has an HDMI out, so I went looking for a solution. My first purchase was a dirt-cheap black box cable extender. I'm sure that you are looking at this thing going 'Man, this is way more expensive than the other one.' It is more but here is the kicker: I went through two of them in less than three months. They both overheated and broke, the soldering was useless and the wires were way to small to handle the data. This one works like a charm, doesn't heat up at all and is narrow enough to work directly next to a USB port so you can plug in a thumb drive, etc. I can't speak to hi-res performance as I only use my laptop for internet, email and light gaming but I haven't had a single problem with screen flash, refresh rates etc. Don't waste your money on a cheaper item, go right for this and get a couple of more years out of those old VGA monitors you've got laying around. 5
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