Is it possible to disable on goryachuyu display port?

Good day, recently learned that hdmi can not be hot to turn on/off. Recently bought a TV and wanted to turn into a monitor. in this regard, the question arose whether it is possible to enable/disable the display port on the hot. I have a lineup this is now (hdmi <-> DVI === DVI <-> mini display port) (connected to MacBook) and want to connect hdmi 2.0 (for 4K) <-> (hdmi converter) display port or mini display port (for Mac Buka). Is it possible in this configuration to pull the cable? if for example I want to take the laptop somewhere?
June 14th 19 at 19:20
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June 14th 19 at 19:22
As far as I know, that displayport can. But in the case of adapters... probably not worth it.
but if for example the hdmi cable with the adapter connected all the time, and I just stick a mini display port to MacBook, for example, or shut the lid the computer fell asleep pulled out and went about his business??? - geoffrey.Tillman commented on June 14th 19 at 19:25
June 14th 19 at 19:24
Always included HDMI on the "hot" in the TV and TV box several times a day (connection IPTV subscribers), there were no problems. With the adapter as there are no problems, sometimes the Chinese adapters are sensitive to the sequence of connection - this can affect auto-detect the screen resolution and nothing more.
The most important condition is that the devices need to be galvanically isolated, which in most cases is performed. The second condition to enable the connector to try beginning with the initial contact between a metal connector housings, i.e. at a slight angle.
Practice can stress the danger of "hot" to enable the COM port and the connectors for the mouse and keyboard (not USB which), as well as any videoipod from a desktop computer to the receiver.
well, I read, where people pulled one way and his video card is burned out, someone writes that little spark even is. I wonder what hdmi 2.0 cable does the same cable is a little different , Yes, and the mini display port of the Mac, someone said that it is not defined until the computer won't reset - geoffrey.Tillman commented on June 14th 19 at 19:27

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