The reason is that *sometime* it works. Specifically, it works if the HDMI source also generates an analog signal (along with the digital signal). I think they call it "DVI-A" (along with "DVI-D")superdexter wrote:Thanks v much for that. Makes sense!
I wonder why they sell HDMI to VGA cables then...??
well said... ive got a dvi-a on my tv but as i use hdmi to vga.. i get constant flickers from my pc.mahjongg wrote:not HDMI to VGA , there is no way to put analog signals on the purely digital HDMI port, but there are DVI ports on monitors that also accept VGA signals because some monitor cards put the VGA signals they have anyway on some pins of the DVI port, that is called DVI-A which is short for "digital video interface - analog" LOL.
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