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I would like to get hold of a mac mini and connect it to my lcd tv. Unfortunately my tv only has a scart connection. Anyone done this or know of a way I could do it?
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Here is a URL explaining the Scart Connection.

http://www.js-technology.com/technic...tconnector.pdf

I have no idea as this is the first time I have seen that connector.

Edit, this should work as the Minis all are native DVI.

http://sewelldirect.com/Gefen-SCART-to-DVI-Adapter.asp
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I've just contacted them, and they say this adapter will work only if my mac mini and tv will work with analogue signals over these ports!! Anyone know what this means?
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Well, I do know with the included adapter the Mini will work with normal VGA monitors. I saw the Analog part also. Not sure but will check around. That adapter is not cheap.

Check this thread. They seem to have the answer.

http://forums.macrumors.com/archive/.../t-194202.html
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