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Connect 2 Macs to HDTV


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I have my Plasma HDTV and Macbook Pro connected via HDMI so that I can share or clone the screens. They are also connected to my surround sound, woohoo!

Is there any way to connect my laptop as well, so that, for instance, you could have 3 cloned screens? If so, what's the easiest way to do this?

(maybe using Screen Sharing in the preferences panel?)
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