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Hey guys i bought a new macbook pro, and i wanna plug it into a hdmi,but i bought a Atlona Mini-DVI male to HDMI Female Adapter, and don't work, the new macbook pro has Firewire and thunderbolt if i am not mistaken,how do i plug my macbook pro since it has not MINI-DVI, any help would be welcome thanks
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Hey guys i bought a new macbook pro, and i wanna plug it into a hdmi,but i bought a Atlona Mini-DVI male to HDMI Female Adapter, and don't work, the new macbook pro has Firewire and thunderbolt if i am not mistaken,how do i plug my macbook pro since it has not MINI-DVI, any help would be welcome thanks
You need a mini-DisplayPort to HDMI adapter. Be absolutely certain that the cable supports audio if you need audio (not all of them do). This one, for example, will do:
For only $5.32 each when QTY 50+ purchased - Mini DisplayPort | Thunderbolt to HDMI Adapter w/ Audio Support | Mini DisplayPort to HDMI / DVI / VGA Adapters


Please verify and include the exact model/year of your Mac and OS X version number (available from "About This Mac", then "More Info" on the Apple menu).
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I don't have mini display port, only thing i have is thunderbolt and firewire
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I don't have mini display port, only thing i have is thunderbolt and firewire
Mini-Display Port is the same connector as Thunderbolt, and is otherwise compatible for your specific need. Please refer to the link I provided, which specifically states "Thunderbolt compatible".


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