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MacBook Pro - Help me on getting my MBP connected to HD Plasma


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I want to be able to connect my MBP to my HD Plasma and cant find any cables to connect it. I love to connect it to HDMI is this possible?

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Well, there are adaptors, but the audio wouldn't transfer since DVI is only for video. You might as well just connect it DVI for the video and buy a mini-jack to RCA for the audio.

I found this though if you still want to connect via HDMI.
http://www.connectworld.net/syscon/a...-dvi-hdmi.html

Also, you would have to make sure your TV accepts DVI.

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