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Hi All,

Is there any way I can hook my macbook up to a TV, so that the images from my macbook screen are presented on the television? If anyone knows which cable could make this possible, that would be fantastic!! Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Kash posted a really helpful reply a couple days ago to the same exact question. I searched the board and found it.

What do I need to connect a MacBook to a 42inch Bravia
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Thanks a bunch!!!
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No problems. If you have any specific problems then feel free to ask them.
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I've got a Core2Duo MacBook (late 2006). It pushes my 42" LCD television just fine. I watch movies on it all the time. You will really enjoy what it can do =)

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