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June 8th, 2010
The Mac Media Center dream has come a long way over the years, but one of the major issues with that dream has been connectivity. That is to say a simple means of getting High Definition video output and Dolby Digital audio output to the TV. Since Macs do not currently support HDMI output, the previous solution was to run both audio and video cables to your TV or receiver. That solution isn’t for everyone, and is usually a mess.
Today we’re adding two new products to our store that address these problems. Both products are HDMI adapters that add HDMI output to the Mac.
The first product is a Mini DisplayPort with USB Audio to HDMI Adapter for $49.95.
The adapter works by integrating the Mini DisplayPort video source and USB audio source of the Mac into an HDMI output. Note that this adapter does not provide digital audio for compressed formats such as DTS digital or Dolby Digital.
The second product is a Mini DisplayPort with Toslink Audio to HDMI Adapter for $59.95.
This adapter works by integrating the Mini DisplayPort video source and digital audio source of the Mac into an HDMI output. This adapter supports compressed formats such as DTS digital or Dolby Digital.
The adapters are currently compatible with the following Mac models:
iMac (Late 2009)
Mac mini (Late 2009)
MacBook Air (Mid 2009)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009)
MacBook (13-inch, Late 2009)
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