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hey everybody, I am a student and am moving away soon, I want to take my 20" imac, but i don't want to take a tv aswell.

I want to know how i can change my mac into a tv, so i can watch freeview, ( here in the UK). Ive seen a few on the market but i wonder whether i have to plug in the aerial lead into the freeview box, then plug the device into a usb slot? Or is there something that literally plugs straight in.

As a bonus, is there any thing out there where i can play my PS3 and use my mac a the tv, something with phono inputs for audio and video.

Thank you very much.
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Firstly where are you, Digital TV reception can be a little sketchy in the uk

but there is this

http://www.macheaven.co.uk/?page=proddetail&prod=19346

Whether you get good reception is another matter
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