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MacBook - Connecting to 50" Sony Wega


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I'm trying to connect my macbook to my sony wega tv set. I have the Mini DVI - video adapter witht he s-video and the composite video.

When i connect using the composite video i get static/lines showing up on my tv, on every resolution.

When i connect with the s-video nothing happens on the tv.

Anyone been through this and have any solutions for this?
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I'm trying to connect my macbook to my sony wega tv set. I have the Mini DVI - video adapter witht he s-video and the composite video.

When i connect using the composite video i get static/lines showing up on my tv, on every resolution.

When i connect with the s-video nothing happens on the tv.

Anyone been through this and have any solutions for this?
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