Question about Televison & Video
There should be no problems with the two. A TV device really doesn't "Know" what "Monitor" it is delivering signal too. IT merely outputs a signal, usually, via, HDMI, VGA, or Component, Or Composite, Video signal out. But it must be able to be able to show,
A widescreen, enhanced-definition or high-definition TV capable of at least one of the
480p If this monitor cannot set these settings then it may NOT be suitable.
manuals.info.apple.com/en/AppleTV_SetupGuide.pdf - United States
Remember you MUST be connected to iTunes to enable it to work correctly. Please find it all in your manuals i have included links for you, download and set it up as per the manual, and I am sure you will be able to sort it out.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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