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So the new Mac Minis are out. Would it be a dumb idea to get rid of my HD up-conversion progressive scan DVD player and use the new Mini as my DVD player? Would the picture quality be at all good on my HDTV? Would I be able to get quality sound on my home theater with an optical out to the receiver from the mini?

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