Kanex iAdapt 51 - Adaptador Mini DisplayPort a HDMI con Audio Toslink
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Color blanco
Conector 1: Mini DisplayPort
Conector 2: Apple Mini M, HDMI, USB
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 55,8 x 79,5 x 18,5 mm
Longitud de cable: 0,6 m
Profundidad: 79,5 mm
Tipo de género: Male connector/Female connector
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It no longer stays connected to my computer. It loses the signal and stops working after a few minutes no matter if I am booting the computer or waking it from sleep.
I'm pretty computer savvy and after working with all of the settings on the TV and computer, nothing worked. I have determined that it is fact the Kanex connection. I'm pretty sure the product has degraded to the point of not working at all now.
I would suggest not buying this product.
After attempting to working with Kanex, I found out that none of their contact forms or emails work so you can forget any support help too.
I got an email from Kanex saying they will replace it for a new one. I am pretty sure even a new version is going to fail so
I ordered the simple MDP to HDMI adapter and that would not work with my TV at all. I spent even more time with the Kanex adapter and although it connects with perfectly fine audio, the video connection is not right. I get pixellation as if it was connecting at 320p. I ordered another adapter that will adapt dual link DVI-D to HDMI. I think this is okay but after spending $100 on adapters and I really wanted to avoid using a toslink cable into my receiver since I only have one port.
I will post one more update so all of you trying to work with the same issues will know what you need to do. I hope the DVI-D to HDMI does the trick so I can put this issue to rest.
I bought a $3 dvi-d to hdmi connector and it works like a charm. The picture is perfect, never goes out and acts like a dvi connection. I spent $70 on the kanex iAdapt and it never worked properly. I want my $$ back!!!
Like many other reviews, I can definitely claim that this device did not work properly out of the package. It was definitely easy to set up. No manual was required. However, the resampled audio is not correct. There is a 1/8th second clipping noise. You can determine if your Kanex is broken, too, by playing a pure sine wave audio clip. If you hear a pure tone, then your Kanex is probably fine. But if you hear a pulse, you have a broken one like mine and others. It does this for both digital and analog passthrough.
I left it plugged into my mac mini overnight. The next morning I decided to google around for clues, but by then the chip was overheating and the HDMI video synchronization was lost. It would reclaim the sync every few seconds, in a periodic failure.
In a nutshell, I surmise they rushed this product out, when another month of QA testing would have yielded a properly working chip. Oh well, it was a really good attempt! Have to rate it as a complete dud though. I'm not even an audiophile and it was too lousy for me!
I had read reviews about durability, and I could see that with (3) cables inserted into your computer and a legnth of HDLI tethering you to your TV or monitor there could be stress put on the Kanex product but more importantly your ports on your Laptop or other PC, the solution is don't move it around and bundle the cords together to eliminate movement. I cannot speak for longevity but the initial set-up and product use has been perfect exactly as advertised.
I was really happy to notice that everything worked fine... until 2 hours later when the adapter apparently overheated and died.
I tried another HDMI and even tried the adapter on a different computer without any luck :(
The device's red LED flickers when I connect the USB but doesn't stay on.
I'm returning this product as a standard exchange hoping for a miracle with the new device Amazon will send me.