I own the MacBook Pro 13" 2016 model. It has two thunderport 3 ports on the left side of itself.
I have two Samsung monitors with a HDMI IN on both monitors.
Do I need to buy two Thunderbold 3 to HDMI adapters, to connect both my monitors?
I just tried connecting them with a HDMI Splitter, but it only shows the same content on both monitors. I just found out, that a single HDMI cable can only show content for one monitor or split the same content to two monitors. So that just failed hard.
But the only option is to then have two adapter connected at the same time, to get use of both my monitors...?
EDIT: I've tried to search for similar answers but could not find anything. Also I have a HDMI splitter, which just simply displays the same content on both monitors, so that was little to none help.
I've got on Thunderbolt to HDMI, 2x USB and another Thunderbolt port.
Best solution would be a adapter with one Thunderbolt port but with two HDMI ports.