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CRT monitors with Mac Minis


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Hi,

Anyone know if a CRT 17" Studio monitor will work with an Intel Mac Mini. I've attatched some photos to clarify which model it is (because I have no idea!)

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That one should work just fine since it has the VGA Plug on it. I am told there are some of those Apple Studio Displays that had an ADC connector, and those would not work with the Mini. That one will work great. The Mini comes with a VGA to DVI Adapter. Just plug it in.
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Cheers for that! I'm quite glad cos it's cheap (20), good quality (or so I'm told) and they do look very funky!
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