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Okay,

I have a couple of questions about a big screen tv and my macbook.

I am getting a rear projection 55in high def tv and was wondering the best way to connect my macbook to it to get the best quality.

Also I was wondering if it would project a rather clear picture or if it would become grainy or pixelated or what have you. So would the picture look okay?

Thanks in advance for your input and help!

Matt
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It depends what resolution the TV supports...

You write it is high-def, which usually means a res. of 1280x720 in which case the picture should look quite good.

Use a miniDVI-> DVI adapter if your TV has a DVI input - that'll give you the best picture quality.
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