5-pin cable for using select Android™ smartphones with HDMI-equipped Axxera receivers
Our take on the Dual SL55A by Crutchfield's Dave Delamere
Dual's SL55A 5-foot cable connects your Android phone to a compatible Axxera DVD receiver. The HDMI and USB connections plug into the rear inputs on your Axxera receiver, while the 5-pin connector plugs into your Android. The USB connection charges your smartphone, while the HDMI connection works with Axxera's DualMirror™ technology to mimic your smartphone's screen on the receiver's display. Warranty: 60 days.
Compatibility note: This cable is designed to be used with the Axxera AV1014BH, AV714BH, and AV614BH receivers. It can be used with other receivers with an HDMI and a USB input; however, these inputs cannot be more than 3" apart due to the design of the cable.
What's in the Box:
- 5' Micro-USB 5-pin to HDMI/USB adapter cable (micro-USB 5-pin connector on one end and full-size HDMI/USB connectors on other end)
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Micro-USB 5-Pin to HDMI/USB Cable: The Dual SL55A is a micro-USB 5-pin to HDMI/USB cable which allows you to connect your MHL-enabled Android smartphone device with a 5-pin microUSB port (such as the Galaxy S II) to your home and car audio/video components equipped with an HDMI input and USB type-A port. Through its full-size HDMI connector, the SL55A cable supports 1080p video and 2ch audio. The SL55A will also charge your MHL-enabled Android smartphone via its USB type-A connector. Because the USB connector pig-tails from the HDMI connector, your home or car audio component's HDMI and USB input must be less than 3" apart. The total length of the cable is 5'.
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Why did you buy this?
My old phone was a Galaxy S5 and I just replaced it with a Galaxy S7. The S5 uses a Micro USB 3.0 connector whereas the S7 uses a Micro USB 2.0 connector. [ Robert Sep 26, 2016 ]
it fits my car and plugs into my phone [ Jerry Sep 09, 2016 ]
6 questions already asked
Sorry, no. Samsung has not supported MHL since the Galaxy S4. [ Ryan May 24, 2018 ] Staff
Yes [ ALAN R May 12, 2018 ]
There is not, no. Aside from the connector type you require, the phone itself needs to support MHL for the HDMI connectivity to work and the Nexus 6p does not support MHL. I'm sorry I don't have better news for you there. [ Ryan Mar 14, 2018 ] Staff
I had some issue with note 3. I asked question to Axxera tech, According to him, : So the note 3 uses the 11 pin connector and I see you have the 5 pin connector. You should swap that SL55A cable out for the SL113A or the SL115A. Both of these use 11 pins and without these cables the function will not work. [ Anoshlal Jun 23, 2017 ]
The dual mirror Wi-Fi stick is the only option I found [ David Jun 23, 2017 ]
it didn't work for my LG G4 either. you probably need a USB to HDMI MHL adapter. [ Eric Aug 14, 2016 ]
You have to buy the wireless dongle for use with all Samsung products. They updated the operating system to the Mirrorlink and moved away from MHL to sell more of their TVs. [ Corey Jun 06, 2016 ]
The Dual SL113A is a micro-USB 11-pin to HDMI/USB cable which is designed to work with the MHL-enabled smartphones that use an 11-pin connection (such as the the Galaxy S3/S4/S5 or Galaxy Note II/III/IV). The MHL website doesn't list the Note 5 model as an MHL-enabled phone, so it doesn't appear that any of the MHL microUSB to HDMI cables would work for your application. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159 [ Larry May 23, 2016 ] Staff
You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your Nexus 5 smartphone. They will be able to pull up your phone and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Greg May 22, 2014 ] Staff