HDMI-female to DVI-male adapter ADA-HDMIF-2-DVIM - the gold-plated HDMI-female connector and the handy thumbscrews can be seen in this photo.
Our ADA-HDMIF-2-DVIM HDMI-female to DVI-male adapter makes it simple to connect HDMI cables to DVI-enabled equipment such as as DVD players, satellite receivers, cable TV boxes, terrestrial set-top boxes, HDTVs, projectors, or any DVI-enabled equipment. The adapter is bi-directional, so it can be used to solve a wide variety of DVI-to-HDMI or HDMI-to-DVI connection problems.
Featuring gold-plated shell and contact points, this elegant adapter ensures error-free, bit-perfect digital transmissions so you get the best video that your system can deliver.
HDMI is similar to DVI in some respects, but the HDMI interface uses a smaller connector than DVI. Both DVI and HDMI specifications can handle high-bandwidth uncompressed video. Since all HDMI-enabled equipment is electrically compatible with DVI, this adapter is all that is needed to accomplish the conversion. HDMI can also accommodate multi-channel digital audio, but since the DVI specification is for video only, it is not possible to send HDMI audio to a DVI device. Keep in mind also that HDMI is a digital-only specification, so it will not work with analog DVI. If your goal is to accomplish a digital video connection, then this will work very well for you.
Like most Cable Solutions products, our ADA-HDMIF-2-DVIM comes with a one year limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
The gold-plated shell and pins can be seen on the DVI side of the adapter. This side would typically be connected to a piece of equipment.
Here is a closer look at the HDMI connector. An HDMI cable would usually be connected to this end.
This is another view of the DVI end of the adapter.
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