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Hi all

I just bought a mini display port to hdmi adapter from maplin Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adaptor : Digital Monitor Cables : Maplin Electronics
and it connects perfectly to the tv I just need a cable for sound on the TV, how ever the screen size on the TV is out by alot its huge and i went into display to sort it out but i cant figure out what i need to do any help?

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You need to change the resolution to match the resolution of the TV.

As for audio, you might want to have a read of the sticky.

Connecting your Mac to your TV

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