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I have a 27" iMac that I purchased 2-3 months ago. I am curious as to find out if this is going to work. I have a basic home studio and I run Pro Tools and such. I would like a 2nd monitor for myself, for more screen space, BUT I'd also like to have a THIRD monitor INSIDE the vocal booth so the artist can see my main screen. Am I dreaming? Or is this possible?



**edit** I posted this like 2 years ago, got one reply about Matrox, I understand that a lot has changed in the iMac series so I thought I'd repost...Thanks in advance!!
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