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Your model MacBook Pro can power external displays at 60Hz in the following combinations: One display at 5120 x 2880 resolution with over a billion colors Two displays at 3840 x 2160 resolution with over a billion colors Two displays at 4096 x 2304 resolution with millions of colors So, to use both the 5K and 4K displays you need to be mindful of the ...


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Apparently, the MacBook Pro can only power external displays up to 5K resolution. What you can do to use both the monitors is: Connect one of the monitors (preferably the 5k first) and lower it's resolution way down, up to 720p perhaps, by following the steps as illustrated in https://support.apple.com/kb/ph25175?locale=en_US Then connect the other monitor(...


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Re connecting a Mac mini 2018 to 30" Apple Cinema Display*: * Apple Cinema Display 30" refers to TFT-LCD model (M9179LL/A) only! This does NOT work for the LED apple cinema displays. You need the following: Power Adapter of the Apple Cinema Display The apple mini display port (mini DP) to Dual Link DVI adapter (sold second hand only, 30-150 USD) apple ...


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As a start I think we need to establish if you can get your display to work correctly while your MacBook Pro is in closed-clamshell mode. To do this, follow these steps: Connect a USB keyboard and mouse to your MBP (or pair a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse with your MBP) Connect your MBP to an AC power source Connect your Viewsonic display to your MBP After ...


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I did the 14 day trial of SoundControl which did work, but I wasn't really willing to pay $15 for something that I feel should be available out of the box for all MacOS machines. After some more digging I came across eqMac2. Quick install, free and open source, and worked straight away. Highly recommend anyone reading this to give it a try.


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Screen sharing https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/mac-help/mh14066/mac or you could use a VNC solution. Have a look at Real VNC: https://www.realvnc.com/en/


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I would recommend getting TB3 enabled monitors, then daisy chain them, less cables and easier access. "https://www.lacie.com/manuals/6big12bigtbolt3/daisy-chain-and-power-delivery/" Here is an example of a monitor you can daisy chain with thunderbolt 2 Here is an example of a monitor you can daisy chain with thunderbolt 3 Now most of these monitors you'll ...


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USB-C is a connector, not an interface. So, on your 2017 MBP, the "USB-C" ports are actually Thunderbolt 3, which includes displayport over USB-C. It is this video signal which is able to drive the monitor connected directly to the dock. One option would be to get a TB2 dock (e.g. https://www.startech.com/Cards-Adapters/Laptop-docking-stations/thunderbolt-...


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Same issue here, I bought a 2018MBP 512GB/16GB/I7 version, when I connect to my LG 4K (27UK850) display on the right (using equipped USBC to C cable), it only output 1920*1080 30Hz, the mouse and window is lagging with shadow, it is killing me, while my previous model 2016MBP 512GB/8GB works fine with this display, it can output 60Hz from any of 4 TB3 ports. ...


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