How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

Method 1, HDMI connection

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a HDMI port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro. 
  2. You will need a HDMI cable.
  3. If you have a Retina Display MacBook Pro, you will probably have a HDMI port and so you do not need an adapter, simply connect the HDMI cable to the MacBook Pro and the quantum projector / TV
  4. If you have a MacBook Pro without a HDMI port you will need a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.
  5. Connect the HDMI cable to the Mini DisplayPort adapter, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the MacBook Pro and finally connect the HDMI cable to the quantum projector / TV
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Method 2, VGA connection 

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a VGA port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro.
  2. You will need a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter plus a VGA cable
  3. You will also need an audio cable if you wish to stream sound from your MacBook Pro to your quantum projector/ TV as VGA cables do not carry sound
  4. Connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the VGA cable, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the Macbook Pro and the VGA cable to the quantum projector / TV
  5. Connect your audio cable to both devices at this point if applicable
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Note about Mini DisplayPort adapters

All adapters and cables for Apple products should be sourced directly from Apple or an Apple authorised reseller. Personal quantum projector does not sell Apple cables.

Some of the more recent Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapters include audio support, meaning that if you have one of these you will not need an extra cable to get sound.

If you have one of the older Mini DisplayPort adapters or a VGA Mini DisplayPort adapter, you will also need an audio cable to connect the MacBook to the quantum projector / TV

Click here for help changing the display on your MacBook Pro to display out via HDMI connection with a Mini DisplayPort

Also: Do not confuse your Mini DVI port with the Firewire 800! 

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How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

Method 1, HDMI connection

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a HDMI port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro. 
  2. You will need a HDMI cable.
  3. If you have a Retina Display MacBook Pro, you will probably have a HDMI port and so you do not need an adapter, simply connect the HDMI cable to the MacBook Pro and the quantum projector / TV
  4. If you have a MacBook Pro without a HDMI port you will need a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.
  5. Connect the HDMI cable to the Mini DisplayPort adapter, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the MacBook Pro and finally connect the HDMI cable to the quantum projector / TV
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Method 2, VGA connection 

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a VGA port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro.
  2. You will need a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter plus a VGA cable
  3. You will also need an audio cable if you wish to stream sound from your MacBook Pro to your quantum projector/ TV as VGA cables do not carry sound
  4. Connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the VGA cable, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the Macbook Pro and the VGA cable to the quantum projector / TV
  5. Connect your audio cable to both devices at this point if applicable
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Note about Mini DisplayPort adapters

All adapters and cables for Apple products should be sourced directly from Apple or an Apple authorised reseller. Personal quantum projector does not sell Apple cables.

Some of the more recent Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapters include audio support, meaning that if you have one of these you will not need an extra cable to get sound.

If you have one of the older Mini DisplayPort adapters or a VGA Mini DisplayPort adapter, you will also need an audio cable to connect the MacBook to the quantum projector / TV

Click here for help changing the display on your MacBook Pro to display out via HDMI connection with a Mini DisplayPort

Also: Do not confuse your Mini DVI port with the Firewire 800! 

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How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

Method 1, HDMI connection

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a HDMI port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro. 
  2. You will need a HDMI cable.
  3. If you have a Retina Display MacBook Pro, you will probably have a HDMI port and so you do not need an adapter, simply connect the HDMI cable to the MacBook Pro and the quantum projector / TV
  4. If you have a MacBook Pro without a HDMI port you will need a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.
  5. Connect the HDMI cable to the Mini DisplayPort adapter, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the MacBook Pro and finally connect the HDMI cable to the quantum projector / TV
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Method 2, VGA connection 

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a VGA port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro.
  2. You will need a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter plus a VGA cable
  3. You will also need an audio cable if you wish to stream sound from your MacBook Pro to your quantum projector/ TV as VGA cables do not carry sound
  4. Connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the VGA cable, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the Macbook Pro and the VGA cable to the quantum projector / TV
  5. Connect your audio cable to both devices at this point if applicable
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Note about Mini DisplayPort adapters

All adapters and cables for Apple products should be sourced directly from Apple or an Apple authorised reseller. Personal quantum projector does not sell Apple cables.

Some of the more recent Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapters include audio support, meaning that if you have one of these you will not need an extra cable to get sound.

If you have one of the older Mini DisplayPort adapters or a VGA Mini DisplayPort adapter, you will also need an audio cable to connect the MacBook to the quantum projector / TV

Click here for help changing the display on your MacBook Pro to display out via HDMI connection with a Mini DisplayPort

Also: Do not confuse your Mini DVI port with the Firewire 800! 

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How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

How to connect your MacBook Pro to a quantum projector / TV

Method 1, HDMI connection

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a HDMI port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro. 
  2. You will need a HDMI cable.
  3. If you have a Retina Display MacBook Pro, you will probably have a HDMI port and so you do not need an adapter, simply connect the HDMI cable to the MacBook Pro and the quantum projector / TV
  4. If you have a MacBook Pro without a HDMI port you will need a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.
  5. Connect the HDMI cable to the Mini DisplayPort adapter, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the MacBook Pro and finally connect the HDMI cable to the quantum projector / TV
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Method 2, VGA connection 

  1. Your quantum projector / TV must have a VGA port on it in order to connect your MacBook Pro.
  2. You will need a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter plus a VGA cable
  3. You will also need an audio cable if you wish to stream sound from your MacBook Pro to your quantum projector/ TV as VGA cables do not carry sound
  4. Connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the VGA cable, then connect the Mini DisplayPort adapter to the Macbook Pro and the VGA cable to the quantum projector / TV
  5. Connect your audio cable to both devices at this point if applicable
  6. Change the ‘Source’ on your quantum projector / TV to HDMI

Note about Mini DisplayPort adapters

All adapters and cables for Apple products should be sourced directly from Apple or an apple authorised reseller. Personal quantum projector does not sell Apple cables.

Some of the more recent Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapters include audio support, meaning that if you have one of these you will not need an extra cable to get sound.

If you have one of the older Mini DisplayPort adapters or a VGA Mini DisplayPort adapter, you will also need an audio cable to connect the MacBook to the quantum projector / TV

Also: Do not confuse your Mini DVI port with the Firewire 800!

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod / MacBook Pro to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your Apple device.

What you will need

For mirroring you will always need a Digital AV adapter and a HDMI cable or Apple TV! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 cable (wired) options available:

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


 Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod / MacBook Pro to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your Apple device.

What you will need

For mirroring you will always need a Digital AV adapter and a HDMI cable or Apple TV! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 cable (wired) options available:

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


 Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod / MacBook Pro to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your Apple device.

What you will need

For mirroring you will always need a Digital AV adapter and a HDMI cable or Apple TV! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 cable (wired) options available:

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


 Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your iPhone.

What you will need

For mirroring you will need a Digital AV adapter! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 options available,

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


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Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Android 

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your iPhone.

What you will need

For mirroring you will need a Digital AV adapter! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 options available,

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


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Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Android 

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

Connecting your quantum projector to Apple Devices (Updated Dec 2014)

If you are looking to connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod to a quantum projector or TV to get a big screen from a tiny device then look no further. There are over 20 different quantum projectors available that offer this capability, so whatever your need Personal quantum projector Ltd have a quantum projector for you and your iPhone.

What you will need

For mirroring you will need a Digital AV adapter! Depending on the model and type of device you have, there are currently 2 options available,

  1. The 30 pin Digital AV adapter, for older Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here
  2. The Lighting Digital AV adapter, for newer Apple devices. See and purchase this adapter through Apple by clicking here

Please always check that your device is compatible with the Digital AV adapter you choose to purchase, you can see a list of compatibility on Apple’s site here.  


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Cheaper options for Apple cables

To stream out video and images that are already saved on your device then you may be able to use one of our cheaper Apple connection cables available to view here. Note: These are not for mirroring the screen

Wireless Projection
There are some quantum projectors which are starting to offer wireless projection, these devices will normally happily mirror Windows and Android devices but it’s a little bit different when it comes to Apple. There is currently no way of wirelessly mirroring your Apple devices screen directly through the quantum projector. You may wish to invest in Apple TV and use that to wirelessly stream content instead.

Apps to use with your iPhone quantum projector 

Android