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I would like to present a slide show from my macbook to my television,(NOT HD)
using iphoto, what patch cord do i need? usb to-----? firewire to-----?
I understand one end will be yellow white and red for the tv input. Thanks.
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i believe you need to get a dvi to avi or s-video adapter to make it work. someone correct me if im wrong
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sorry not avi but just av
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