Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
Sent a question regarding "mirrowing" my laptop to T.V. First time I have tried you. Just wondering if I should expect any kind of solution in a day or so. I thought this was a "quick fix" kind of link. Well, thanks anyway, however I must assume by this time that you have no thoughts on this problem.
There are add on boxes that can do this for you , They atart around $100- to $500
But most newer laptops may have an HDMI output that will connect to your TV. If your laptop is older it may have a 15 pin VGA out connection, some TVs have this input. So first thing is see what inputs your TV has and what outputs your laptop has. Older laptops have a composite output that will connect to almost any TV , but that would produce a low resolution picture not that great to watch.
Post the models of both the laptop and Tv for more specific advise.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2012
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