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connect macbook to sony KP-53HS10 color rear video projection TV


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I am trying to connect a 15 inch macbook to a Sony KP-53HS10 Rear Video Projection TV. I am not seeing where to connect it. There is no plug in for a DVI cable on the tv and I can't see how to do it. Is it possible?
I would appreciate any help. Please contact me.
Thank you so much.
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DVI on a TV from '01 - not hardly. VGA - not too likely either.

You will need this adapter.

Then either a S-Video cable (or composite cable, RCA jack) for video.

You will also need a mini-plug (3mm) to RCA for audio like this.

It's not going to be pretty. But, you could maybe watch a movie on it.

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