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what TV is most compatible with Lion?


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I had a Sony Bravia that worked great with my old macbook pro, but was flashing black intermittently when I upgraded to Lion. I no longer own that TV and am looking to replace it. I'm on a tight budget (can only spend $700 or less). What TV brand has the most up to date software downloads that will be compatible with my Macbook Pro?
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Been having no issues with my Samsung or my Mitsubushi. It was probably an issue with the refresh rate you had set up.

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thanks for the reply. I'm a newbie. What is the refresh rate? I called apple support, and they tried multiple things (that I can't remember right now), and told me the problem was that Sony hadn't updated their software, but when they did it should work. Their software update was several years old. I will look into the television brands you suggested.
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So, looked into the refresh rate as you mentioned. Does that mean I should purchase 120HZ and not 60HZ? After reading reviews, was considering the Vizio. Any advice would be helpful.
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