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Hi,

I want to connect my mid 2012 13" MBP to my HDTV and need to clarify some things I've found online.

This Apple support page lists models that can carry both audio and video via HDMI, but only lists late 2012 13" MBPs. On the other hand, this product details page says I can do HDMI audio and video out. Which is correct?

Thanks for the help!
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Your definitive answer is here:

Adapter/Cables for connecting Mac to TV via HDMI

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Your definitive answer is here:

Adapter/Cables for connecting Mac to TV via HDMI
Not sure how I missed that when I was searching around, sorry about that. Thanks for the help.
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