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Just a simply question, can you use the macbook as an external monitor by using a av input cable? Thanks
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No.

You would need some sort of video capture device to do that...
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So i couldnt play xbox360 on it ?
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Again, you would need some sort of video caputre device.

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Again, you would need some sort of video caputre device.

Sorry for my lack of noobness but what is this?

Also sorry to keep bothering people but will this memory be ok to upgrade my macbook?

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/111436/rb/23419867212

And could i use my macbooks bluetooth to use these, or would i need to plug the ipod connector into the headphone jack?

http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObje....8.25.7.11.1.3
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