Can anyone please help me to connect my MacBook pro 13 inches with 4 thunderbolts to 3 external monitors ( one U2414H and two P2419H) ?

I tried connecting them using three type-c to HDMI convertors but I can only power any two of them with or without my built-in MacBook pro display.

any help would be appreciated, guys

my mac info:

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The 13" MacBook Pro 2019 supports 2 external monitors (in addition to the built-in monitor).

If you want to connect more monitors, you'll external equipment such as a DisplayLink adapter or an eGPU for hooking up extra monitors.

  • do u if I can connect 2 external display using MST( daisy-chaining ) and another one using normal type-c to hdmi hub ? – Muneef M Nov 16 '19 at 12:43
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    macOS does not support MST, so unless you’re running Windows in BootCamp or similar, then no. You will need an eGPU or a DisplayLink adapter (could be in the form factor of a dock also). – jksoegaard Nov 16 '19 at 14:00
  • @ jksoegaard , Will it works if I use two of the traditional type-c to HDMI connector to connect two monitors and use another display link adapter to connect third monitor? or do i have to connect all three monitors to DisplayLink adapter? – Muneef M Nov 17 '19 at 1:53
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    That’s fine - no need to have three. – jksoegaard Nov 17 '19 at 6:11
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    Yes. But consider what you want to use the monitor for before buying - if you want to game for example, you’ll definitely want an eGPU and not DisplayLink. – jksoegaard Nov 17 '19 at 12:03

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