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Connecting my monitor to my iMac.


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So I went out and got a new monitor for dual monitors.

I got this: AOC I2367FH 23 inch Widescreen IPS Multimedia Monitor (1920x1080, 5ms, VGA, 2 x HDMI, i-Menu, Screen+, Kensington Security Lock): Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories

Looks great btw against the iMac, however I need to now know which cable I need to connect them together for dual?

Links would be great - thanks so much.
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Connecting your Mac to your TV

There is no way to provide the correct answer (except by chance) without knowing which iMac you have... e.g. what type of video port it has. There have been over 75 iMac models since 1998 with several different ports.

You can put this info in your member profile (UserCp link on the gray bar at the top).

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