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I did a quick search, but was unable to find much. I was just wondering if it is possible to use my imac as a tv... I would like to hook my direct tv box to my imac. Thanks!
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Just looking at the eyetv deal, and am wondering what model would hook to a direct tv box? thanks again!
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