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Audio/Video studio MBP retina-based with Apple TV?


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Updating my movie-scoring studio around a Macbook Pro Retina 13. What would be the best way to connect 2 external monitor (VGA), 1 Mbox Protools, 1 video projector (VGA) and a couple of Firewire 400/800 hard external drives.

I m thinking of pluging the 2 monitors via Thunderbolt, daisy chain the (FW400) MBox, and using Apple TV3 to feed the projector.

Can anyone here confirm that this is going to function?

Thanks.

If it was more affordable, i would even use a dock like this; http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/mac/entry/henge-docks-horizontal-docking-station/
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