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Your Mac has a DVI video port - it does not carry the audio.

Please read all of the above post # 4. Yours is the same, except you will substitute:

Easy Way - get a DVI to VGA adapter - link - instead of the mini-DVI to VGA adapter
or
Hard Way - get a DVI to HDMI cable - link - which replaces both the mini-DVI to HDMI adapter and the HDMI cable listed above

You will still need to figure out which type of audio port your TV uses and get the appropriate audio cable.

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Last edited by bobtomay; 08-30-2013 at 06:58 PM.
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