XF TIMES HDMI to VGA Gold Plated Active Video Adapter cable 1080P HDMI Digital to VGA Analog Converter cable (6 Feet/ 1.8 Meters)

XF TIMES HDMI to VGA Gold Plated Active Video Adapter cable 1080P HDMI Digital to VGA Analog Converter cable (6 Feet/ 1.8 Meters)

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Average customer review:
(4.0 stars, based on 196 reviews)

Product Details

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: XF TIMES
  • Model: XF028
  • Dimensions: .30" h x 5.00" w x 6.00" l,


  • Maximum Supported Resolution 1920 x 1080 (60Hz).Cable contains a built-in active HDMI to VGA converter chipset, no other adapters needed
  • This converter adapter connector cable enables connecting newer HDMI-equipped devices (digital signal output) to older VGA analog signal input monitors and projectors. It does not work in the opposite direction, and is not a bi-directional adapter
  • The converter adapter connector cable chip requires sufficient power from output HDMI port.We have tested this converter cable with most of the devices,it is not for use with Apple Mac systems and Blu-ray players.
  • This product is ideal for converting and transmitting digital signal from HDMI devices (Laptop, PC, Xbox, DVD, TV Box, Nintendo Switch) to analog signal VGA devices (Monitors, Projects, TV)
  • This converter add a 2nd monitor or display to your PC/Laptop effortlessly. It is ideal solution for presentation, conference, expanding your working space.Plug & Play no need extra HDMI or VGA cable, no driver installation needed.


1. This HDMI to VGA cable is not a bi-directional cable adapter, you can only connect an HDMI output to a VGA input,VGA does not support audio transmission.

2. This adapter cable requires a powered HDMI port,the Apple TV, Blu-ray players do not provide enough power over the HDMI port to support this HDMI to VGA cable.

3. This product DO NOT support Blue-ray, PS3, PS4, NOT compatible with Apple and Sony Devices.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
5Excellent accessory for the Raspberry Pi 2 & Pi3
By Hesh!
In the past year my Raspberry Pi collection, demands and skills have grown. Since I now perform custom deployments of these devices for my customers, I needed a means of finalizing the configurations of them in accordance to my clients specifications. Thanks to the XF Times HDMI to VGA video cable I can do this from my existing available VGA port on my desktop computer monitor without having to run an HDMI to HDMI cable across my Prep Area Lab from my workstation to my HDMI LCD TV across the room.

Definitely worth the purchase, especially if you're a Pi hobbyist.

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
4Works, with caveats.
By WIlliam R
I bought a new video card, but didn't want to give up my cheap-but-adequate VGA-only 19" monitor for the moment. Since newer cards don't have analog connectors (mine has DVI, but no DAC so it's DVI-D only), I had to get an active converter; this cable fit the bill. I plugged it in and it worked immediately, proper resolution and no syncing issues. Better than the old DVI-I/A passive adapter I used to use, in fact.

Unfortunately, in my instance it outputs a noticeably darker picture. While I can offset this at the desktop level, it wreaks havok with some games that depended on a certain brightness to look right (e.g. Skyrim with ENB). For this, one star off.
It also doesn't support AMD's "Virtual Super Resolution" (literally sets the resolution directly, as if the feature isn't even turned on), but I would put this down to inability to communicate with the monitor properly (what with there being a converter in the way). This is a very specific problem, though, and not one that the chip designer could have forseen. Just something to be aware of.

If you need to use an older monitor with a modern card on a temporary basis, I would definitely recommend this cable; it's reasonably inexpensive and plug-and-play, no faffing about needed for basic functionality. For the long-term...you'll probably want to either get a modern monitor or a more expensive, configurable converter.

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
5Works for Raspberry Pi 3
By J. Thurman
This worked to connect my Raspberry Pi 3 to an old monitor with a VGA input. VGA does not carry the sound data so I had to use a separate 3.5mm male to male cord to connect the two. No issues with image quality and the cable seems very well made.

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