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iMac - Can I connect iMac to this TV?


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Anyone know if it would be possible?

If so, what would the picture quality be like?
Anyone here use a similar setup?

What do I need to get it going?
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i have a Samsung 32" hooked up to my iMac. I had to purchase a mini dvi to dvi cord for $19 and a dvi to hdmi 6' cable for $60. The picture is good at 10' away and a a tv show on dvd i was watching came through real clean. Up close it looks really bad. My tv is a lot brighter than my iMac.
I have the LN-T3225H Samsung.
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Anyone?
Yes... it has HDMI, so you'll just use what bryphotoguy suggested... which is exactly what I use to connect to my 42" Philips LCD.
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Thanks for that guys!

And is it possible to use it as a second monitor.
That is, have a Movie Playing in VLC on my TV screen and still be working on my iMac in another application?
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yes, you can do that.
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yes, you can do that.
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Thanks for the advice!


I think I'm gonna go ahead and buy it so

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