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VGA to HDMI Adapter with Audio For Sale Trinidad


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  • VGA TO HDMI—Connect a legacy VGA output on a laptop, or desktop to a modern HDMI monitor or television
  • SUPPORTED RESOLUTIONS—Compatible with HDMI displays up to 1920×1080, and lower resolutions including 1600×900, 1366×768, and 1280×720 (720p)
  • SIMPLE INSTALLATION—No installation software or drivers required; connect to the display’s HDMI cable, then connect the VGA end to the computer, finally connect the USB Type-A end to the computer for power
  • COMPATIBILITY—Compatible with desktop and laptop computers with D-Sub 9-pin VGA outputs, due to power requirements connecting the USB to the computer is required, and for audio to the HDMI display
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Revitalize a Laptop’s or Older Graphics Card With VGA Output

Plugable’s VGA to HDMI adapter (VGAM-HDMIF) allows you to connect from a 15-pin VGA output on your laptop, or desktop computer to a modern HDMI display.
This one-way adapter supports resolutions from a D-SUB VGA source to a HDMI display up to 1920×1080 at 60Hz refresh rate, lower resolutions such as 1600×900, and 1366×768 (720p) are also supported.
The adapter connects to the host computer’s D-SUB VGA port and requires a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port to power the analog to digital adapter.

Line art showing one-way adapter from VGA source to HDMI sink


  • Compatible with Laptops, Desktops, and Servers with VGA output
  • Compatible with HDMI monitors, televisions, or projectors
  • Operating system agnostic—no drivers necessary
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920×1080, or maximum supported resolution of computer

VGAM-HDMIF showing the VGA connection, HDMI connection, and USB connection

Getting Started

  1. Connect the adapter to the display’s HDMI cable
  2. Connect the VGA adapter to the computer’s VGA output and secure with the two thumbscrews
  3. Connect the USB power connection to the computer’s USB port
  4. Configure the external display through the computer’s display settings

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions


Q: Why is the display not detected in Windows when I connect to the VGA output on my desktop?A: If the desktop computer has a discrete graphics card the VGA output on the motherboard may be disabled. Some systems have an option to enable the onboard graphics with a discrete graphics card.

Q: Does this adapter support audio to my monitor/TV?A: Yes, this adapter supports audio through the USB connection. This may require setting the audio output device in Window or macOS.