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Can I use my LCD TV as monitor?

Can I use my occasionally my LCD TV as monitor with my iMac?

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What connectors does it have?

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Does it have HDMI or DVI input?

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If you do not know then tell us what TV you have, model etc., and we can research and tell you.

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I have Samsung LCD TV and it has two HDMI port and one VGA

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Y ou need a mini dvi to hdmi connector such as the StarTech.com Mini DVI to HDMI Video Cable Adapter for MacBooks and iMacs - Video adapter - Male Apple mini-DVI to FeM 19 pin HDMI Type A

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?c...

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This iMac came before mini DVI

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Wrong again rab. Please note this was the start of the Intel machines. Thanks for another downvote.

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1463#30172...

iMac (Early 2006)

The iMac (Early 2006) was introduced in January 2006. This computer has several features that distinguish it from the iMac G5:

A 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo processor with a 17-inch screen, or a 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo processor with a 20-inch screen.

Comes with an ATI Radeon X1600 video card using PCI Express.

Comes with a mini-DVI video out port.

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My bad, mixed up DVI and DisplayPort

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If DVI to HDMI is too expensive for you then DVI to VGA will work as well.

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The cable I recommended is $12

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$12 is a bit more than 37 cents, more options is always better for people with unknown budgets.

http://www.amazon.com/Cables-Unlimited-A...

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