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iBook - Mini-VGA to S-Video Help


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To connect my ibook to my television, could i just use the mini-vga to vga cable and hook it up to THIS?


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it would probably work. apple sells a mini vga to s-vid cable that has both the s-vid and the rca outputs just like that one, will save you from having too many adaptors pluged in all at once. you can get it at comp usa, the apple store, or any other computer place that sells mac stuff. its just called the ibook video adapter and it costs around $20
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yea that should work.

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