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Trying to Connect 1 Mac Mini to Two Screens

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I have a Mac Mini which I am trying to connect to two screens. I have read about the Dual Head 2 Go, but I don't think it will work in this case because one of the screens is 15" and one is a 42" flat screen.

A simple DVI splitter will not work because the Mac Mini will only support one monitor, right?

So, are there any other options? It doesn't have to be a solution which will allow me to use both monitors at once, a switch of some sort would be fine. Like a reverse KVM switch, if there is such a thing.

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Connect one monitor to the Mac Mini, and connect the other monitor to the first monitor.

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you could try this.

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