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Viewing HDTV on a macbook pro?


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hey guys, was trying to figure this out but was hitting a blank with it.

I have a macbook pro 17" with the 1920*1200 screen. I'm looking to buy mself an XBOX360 but I don't really have a television to play through.

My first option was getting an eyetv hybrid, except that only supports SD signals from the 360.

Is there any other, not too expensive option to get my MBP to accept an HD signal(I'm fine with 720p upwards, would really love 1080p or even just 1080i)

Doesn't have to even record it the video. I just basically want the video to be visible with minimal delay,

Thanks!
-Dhruv
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