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Micro-HDMI Adapter (HDMI Type A-D, Female to Male)

Micro-HDMI Adapter (HDMI Type A-D, Female to Male) (Photo )

I think people's tolerance for lugging around bulky camcorder equipment evaporated in the mid 90's when Sony released MiniDV equipment and the race for miniaturisation really began. Nowadays, nobody wants to carry heavy camera accessories with them, so I'm here to widen your selection of miniature choices!

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I think people's tolerance for lugging around bulky camcorder equipment evaporated in the mid 90's when Sony released MiniDV equipment and the race for miniaturisation really began. Nowadays, nobody wants to carry heavy camera accessories with them, so I'm here to widen your selection of miniature choices!

The size race has culminated in Micro-HDMI devices, which is great, but you usually need to plug them into full-size standard HDMI screens to watch your footage; and why carry a heavy cable when all you need is a tiny adaptor? This Micro-HDMI Type D Male to HDMI Type A Female adapter will save you weight and space in your camera bag, and allow you to instantly convert any HDMI cable to work with your new smartphone or Micro-HDMI device - even long-run cables that the supplied converter can't measure up to.

It's simple, it's compact, it's bi-directional, it's gold plated and it's something every Micro-HDMI device needs!

Top Features:

  • 5 Year Cable Chick Warranty!
  • Micro-HDMI Adapter with Gold Plated Connectors
  • Full HD 1080p pass-through
  • Supports resolutions include 1080p/3D, and Ultra HD 4K
  • 7.1 surround sound Dolby True HD™ and DTS HD Master Audio™ compatible
  • Micro HDMI to HDMI Adapter (Type D to Type A)
  • Bi-directional - works both ways
  • Colour: Black with Gold connectors

Note: Product shape may vary slightly from picture as we attempt to source the best product for you.

Product Summary & Specifications
Product Code:
ADT-971
Connector A:
HDMI (Type A) Female
Connector B:
Micro-HDMI (Type D) Male
Packaging:
OEM

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