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Power Mac - Powermac G5/Macpro using a 37in LCD as monitor

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Is there anyway a powermac dual G5 or macpro could project an image/video onto a 37in tv. Im gana try to use my TV as a monitor. i was just woundering because hopefully later this year i will try to purchase a macpro or powermac G5.

Will it need a upgraded video card? if so what kind?
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Figured it out sorry for the waste of space
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