In our daily life, the popularity of USB to HDMI adapter is nothing new. The article can help us learn their work principles and choose the appropriate ports.
What Is USB to HDMI?
USB to HDMI (Adapter) is an easy way for users to make the connection between a display and a computer.
Usually, a computer comes with 2 USB ports and 1 HDMI port. If the only HDMI port is occupied by another device, or the HDMI port gets damaged, then USB to HDMI plays an important in this situation.
That is to say, by connecting a display and a computer with USB to HDMI adapter, users are able to view images, videos, movies, and slideshows saved on computer from the larger display.
And there are times users have the requirement of playing media from phones or cameras to the large TV display. In this case, what they need is micro USB to HDMI adapter. Operations to use micro USB to HDMI is just like the process of using USB to HDMI adapter.
How Does USB to HDMI Work?
When a computer is connected to power, it queries all the devices connected to the bus, and USB as one of the input/output port is assigned an address. Depending on the instruction queue, a computer can transfer data over the USB device.
The interior of the HDMI cable is made up of conductors of audio and video components. Since they all have an audio return channel, this speeds up both audio and video transmission rates.
What’s the Differences Between USB and HDMI?
- USB is a high-speed serial port used for data transfer between Computer/Smartphone and peripheral devices. HDMI is the high-definition multimedia interface cable used to transmit video and audio signals from the multimedia signal source to the monitor/monitor.
- USB cable takes longer to transmit images or audio. HDMI cable, on the other hand, is faster.
- USB can be used to transfer any type of data because the versatility of it. HMDI specifically targets displays. It can transmit audio and video without compression at a high speed.
How to Connect USB to HDMI?
With these simple steps, we can easily connect USB to HDMI:
Step 1: First of all, we need to choose and buy a suited USB to HDMI adapter.
Step 2: Connect the USB cable to the USB port of a computer.
Step 3: Next, connect the male head of the HDMI cable to the HDMI female head of the adapter.
Step 4: Then Plug the free port of the HDMI cable into other target devices that support HDMI input.
Step 5: After connecting all the interfaces, start the target device to check that it is working properly (Click here to fix USB ports keep disconnecting and reconnecting).