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    HD Monitors and HD Converters
    I just learned that the only way to view true HD on a HD monitor it by buying a hd video card converter or getting one of theses coverter boxes http://shopmatrox.com/usa/products/datasheet.asp?ID=803 . Is this true and if it is then is my mini mac that is hooked up to a 23" HD Apple screen displaying any type of HD? Thanks
    Late 2011 MacBook Pro 27" | Thunderbolt Display | Final Cut Pro X

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    No, don't buy that. You're current setup is HD. I think that converter is for connecting to TVs.

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    O really because I was planing on buying a hdtv to hook up to my powerbook. So the only way to get HD is to have this?
    Late 2011 MacBook Pro 27" | Thunderbolt Display | Final Cut Pro X

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