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Does anyone know what I'd need to be able to see what's on my macbook on my TV? I searched apple and my computer but did not find anything.

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Not unless you provide:

MacBook model
Make & model of your TV
Do you want the sound also on the TV or on a separate stereo/surround receiver?

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Apparently, you did not search these forums. This is asked and answered at least twice a week, if not more.
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Actually....sadly..... I did. I probably would have found it if only I'd searched for "video adapter".

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