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MacBook Pro - Question about connecting my mbp to my tv


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So I got a mini-dvi to hdmi from the tip someone on the forum gave, and it works even better than I expected. Not the actual connection part of work but how I can actually put the display on 1920x1080 on my mbp when my friends gaming pc coudn't even get it to go more than 4x3 without having to stretch the image. So that made me really happy.

Getting to my question, I have my mbp connected to my toshiba 32" lcd. I only keep info on that screen such as itunes, and other related tasks that don't involve a lot of image movement. I know that lcd's don't get image burn in like plasmas, but is there something that I should still worry about? I don't want to ruin my tv! It's my favorite one out of all the lcd's that we have. thanks

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LCDs are not susceptible to burn like many cathode ray and plasma screenshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screen_saver

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