HDMI to DVI with Audio Cables, Male-to-Male, Gold plated. Available in different sizes. All are 28 AWG.
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Note: If your source is HDMI and does not have a separate analog stereo audio output then make sure you purchase our
HDMI Audio Extractor
to use with these cables. The reason you will need the audio extractor is to separate the analog audio from the digital audio on the HDMI signal.
Note: If your source is DVI make sure it's DVI-D (digital) and make sure that the HDMI input on your TV can ALSO play the analog stereo audio input on a 3.5mm jack AND that it will play the analog audio when you select the HDMI input for your TV. Most TVs will not play the analog stereo audio when HDMI is selected. If this is the case, you may have to consider using separate speakers at the TV that accept an analog stereo audio signal.
Note: Your source and display must both have a analog stereo audio input and output. You will need the HDMI Audio Extractor if your source only has HDMI. These cables carry the digital video and analog stereo audio signal on separate cables and are bundled under a single tangle-free cover.
You can also use this on many new TVs that do not have a DVI input connector but use an HDMI connector. Our "HDMI to DVI Cables with Audio" allow you to send the DVI signal and the analog stereo audio from your DVI source to your TV that has an HDMI input. DVI and HDMI are identical signals, except that DVI does not carry the digital audio that is carried on the HDMI signal. The audio connectors on this cable allow you to take the analog stereo audio from your source and connect to you your TV's analog stereo audio input.