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Hooking up a Mac Mini to your HDTV: If it doesn't just work

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Then you probably don't have a television that includes a digital input like DVI or HDMI. If you own an older HDTV that is a likely scenario but not one that should prevent you from enjoying the 1080i Apple loving that our friend Ben has shared with us. robg of Mac OSX Hints.com  has created a walkthrough for connecting a Mac Mini running OS 10.4 using RGB cables and adjusting overscan.

Even if you're not a Mac-phile check out his page anyway for the DVD quality/HDTV quality comparison of the Harry Potter trailer available. Blow them up full screen and check out the additional detail noticeable even in those stills.

Update: You can also get more information on Rob's HD experience with the mini in this article.

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