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Old 06-22-2021, 11:43 PM   #1
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Arrow M1 Macbook air + LG Ultrafine 5k & LG Ultrafine 4k

I am wondering if there is a solution to output both the LG Ultrafine 5k and 4k displays using a displaylink adapter or hub from my M1 Macbook air.

Is this a possibility at all?
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Old 06-24-2021, 10:48 AM   #2
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It should be possible. But it also depends on what 5K monitor do you have.

If you have 5K monitor with 5120x2880 resolution, then you will definitely need a Thunderbolt docking station (for connecting the 5K monitor) and a DisplayLink graphical adapter that you could connect to the docking station (for connecting the 4K monitor).

I work at i-tec Technologies, so I will let you know about our products.
You can use any of the following TB3 docking stations: https://i-tec.pro/en/shop-window/?ca...=Thunderbolt-3
And either of the following graphical adapters:

If you have a 5K monitor with 5120x1440 resolution then basically any docking station with DL-6950 chipset can be used.
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Old 03-16-2022, 07:38 AM   #3
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I had 2x 4k60 screens connected to my MacBook Air through a Dell D6000 Dock with Display Link
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Old 06-28-2023, 06:28 PM   #4
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@CranBerryBlack, did you have any success? I'm in a similar boat, but with two LG 4K monitors. I'm using a Wavlink UG69DK1 dual 4K docking station. But because the LGs only have usb-c inputs, I've tried to use an HDMI-USB-C cable into the Wavlink, and a Displayport-USB-C cable into the Wavlink. Neither work. The DisplayLink application does register the device (i.e., on the preferences screen, I see the orientation option, which lists the monitor name properly), but there is no image.

(The HDMI-USBC and DisplayPort-USBC cables are of the right type, intended to convert a video signal *from* HDMI/Displayport).
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