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Hi there. I am hoping i may find the answer to a problem i have been struggling with. I have a macbook pro which im attempting to connect to my tv with a view to streaming movies from lovefilm.com. I have managed to buy the correct hdmi cable to connect the macbook to the tv visually, and I have the screen working properly. My problem is sound. I bought a headphone jack to RCA lead and thought i would be good. I can select an option on the tv menu through which i can hear my audio, but I cant find a way to hear the audio and see the screen at the same time. It seems i can only have one or the other. I am stumped and id appreciate any wisdom thats out there. Thanks in advance!
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Connecting your Mac to your TV

See post # 3

If you can't figure it out, need to provide the make and model # of the TV.

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Hi bobtomay.. I just wanted to thank you for your help. I got the appropriate equipment and i am up and running now.

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