Question about Televison & Video
Hello Brad. For your MacBook video you will need EITHER the MiniDVI-VGA adapter, the MiniDVI-Video adapter, or the MiniDVI-DVI adapter. It depends on the input connector of your TV.
For the audio, a 1/8th inch phono (from the headphone jack) to L-R RCA plugs (to the TV's audio in) is generally what you need for simplest connection.
You need a DVI to VGA adapter like this (it should've come with your macbook):
Then you need a VGA male to male cable like this:
Once you have those two things, you plug the adapter into your macbook, then plug one end of the cable into the adapter, and the other end into the PC Input of the TV.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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